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THE ROYAL WEDDING
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Prince William, Duke of Cambridge (William Arthur
Philip Louis) is the elder son of the Prince and
Princess of Wales, Charles and Diana. He is
second in the line of succession, behind his
father, to the thrones of sixteen independent
sovereign states known as the Commonwealth
realms the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia,
New Zealand, Jamaica, Barbados, the Bahamas,
Grenada, Papua New Guinea, the Solomon Islands,
Tuvalu, Saint Lucia, Saint Vincent and the
Grenadines, Belize, Antigua and Barbuda, and
Saint Kitts and Nevis. Prince William married
Catherine (Kate) Elizabeth Middleton on 29 April
2011 at Westminster Abbey. Hours prior to his
wedding, Prince William was created Duke of
Cambridge, Earl of Strathearn and Baron
Carrickfergus. Catherine, made Duchess of
Cambridge by wedding William is also the current
holder of the titles Countess of Strathearn and
Baroness Carrickfergus.
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Wedding Guests
Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall Williams step-mother
Carole Middleton, mother of the bride
Anne, Princess Royal Williams aunt
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Prime Minister David Cameron and Samantha ''We're
quite a reserved lot, the British, but when we go
for it, we really go for it''
Princesses Eugenie and Beatrice, daughters of
Prince Andrew and Sarah, Duke and Duchess of
York.
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Soccer player, David Bechham and wife Victoria
(former Spice Girl, dubbed Posh Spice, née Adams)
Elton John and partner, David Furnish
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Tara Palmer-Tomkinson
Sweden Crown Princess Victoria Prince Daniel
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Guests of the royal wedding topped off their
looks with over-the-top fascinators created by
Philip Treacy. Victoria Beckham, 37, Princesses
Beatrice 22 Zara Phillips, 29, Princess Eugenie
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Deputy Prime Minister Nick Cleggs wife Miriam
Gonzalez Durantez
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Sophie, Countess of Wessex
Camillas daughter Laura
Sophie Winkleman
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Reverend John Hall, the Dean of Westminster gave
Her Royal Majesty, Queen Elizabeth ll, a warm
welcome to Westminster Abbey.
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The Queen appeared relaxed and happy as she and
Prince Philip awaited the bride.
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  • Bridesmaid Pippa Middleton (sister of the
    bride)
  • Flower Girls
  • Lady Louise Windsor, daughter of Prince Edward
    and Sophie (age 7 and the Queen's youngest
    granddaughter
  • Grace Van Cutsems, daughter of friends
  • Eliza Lopes, granddaughter of Camilla, the
    Duchess of Cornwall 's
  • Margarita, Viscount Linley's daughter the
    Viscount is a 2nd cousing to the Prince (8 yrs.)
  • Page Boys
  • Billy Lowther-Pinkerton (age 10, secretarys son)
  • Tom Pettifer (age 8, Willians godson)

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While the brothers patiently waited at the altar,
Harry couldnt resist peeking at his future
sister-in-law. He whispered to Wills Wait
til you see her !!!
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Here comes the bride
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''We're supposed to have just a small family
affair'' - Prince William jokes at the altar with
the bride's father Michael Middleton.
For his wedding, Prince William was dressed in
the scarlet red uniform of Colonel of the Irish
Guards. He wore only one decoration, the Queens
Golden Jubilee medal to mark the 50th anniversary
of her reign. His choice of uniform was
welcomed as a tribute to a battalion that has
recently returned from an arduous tour in
Afghanistan. It may also reflect the Royal
familys wish to demonstrate the strengthening of
ties between London and Dublin ahead of the
Queens historic state visit to Ireland next
month.
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Who gives this woman?
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Rowan Williams, the Archbishop of Canterbury and
head of the Church of England conducted the
service.
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Outside the Abbey the throngs were watching the
ceremony on huge screens. They joined the
congregation in singing the hymns Jerusalem,
Guide Me O Thou Great Redeemer, Lords Divine -
All Loves Excelling.
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The wedding ceremony was attended by 1900 guests,
including foreign Royal family members and heads
of state.
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With this ring, I thee wed
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Pausing to show respect to Her Royal Majesty
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The sky-cams picked up everything
Sharing the magic, the newlyweds take a private
moment.
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Leaving the Abby, the newlyweds were greeted by
such cheering and applause, they could barely
hear the wedding chimes. The Westminster bells
played for 3 hours.
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Pomp and Pagenty
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Queens Guard
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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge riding to
Buckingham Palace in a 1902 State Landau
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A beaming Kate told William "I'm so happy." He
replied "Good."
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The Queen and Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh,
followed in the Scottish State Coach.
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Next, the Australian State Coach with the brides
parents, Michael and Carole Middleton, and
Charles and Camilla, Prince of Wales and Duchess
of Cornwall
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Over a million well-wishers from around the world
flocked to London to witness the spectacle.
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Mother of the Bride Designer Vera Wang described
Carole Middletons pale-blue dress and jacket as
safe, elegant, and subtle. I agree, it was a
lovely, understated dress. I was impressed.
Mother of the Groom The Queen looked resplendent
in a Primrose yellow dress, with hand-sewn seams
at the neck, in the shape of sunrays. Over this,
she wore a matching coat. Her hat was crepe with
handmade silk roses. Her diamond brooch was Queen
Mary's True Lovers Knot.
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Adoring Crowds
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Prince Harry and bridesmaid Lady Louise Windsor
shared a carriage after the ceremony as the
family returned to Buckingham Palace.
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Security on The Mall
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Band of the Coldstream Guards
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Arriving at Buckingham Palace
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A world of Media under the green cover and all
over the Queen Victoria Memorial
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Leading the masses to the Palace to view the Kiss
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Well-wishers approach the forecourt
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The police safely escort the masses into Queen
Victoria Square
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Wills and Kate sealed their marriage with a kiss
on the Buckingham Palace balcony, but then, urged
on by a cheering 500,000-strong crowd watching
from The Mall, they did it again after the groom
told his bride "One more kiss? Go on, come
here!" The first kiss was a quick, bashful
peck, but the SECOND was longer, deeper and more
tender. The double embrace was seen by an
estimated 2-Billion people on the telly. It
was the highlight of a happy and glorious day.
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Smiling broadly, our 85-year-old monarch said to
the Crown Equerry, "It (the wedding) was amazing."
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Battle of Britain memorial flight Royal Air Force
salute
The newlyweds waved again before a roar from
above signaled the flypast by a Lancaster bomber,
a Spitfire and a Hurricane. Seconds later, four
fighter jets flew over in the shape of a diamond.
At that moment, the clouds that had covered
London since dawn briefly broke to allow the
incredible scene to be bathed in sunshine.
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The Queen officially hosted the lunchtime
Champagne Reception for about a third of the
guests invited to Westminster Abbey - 650 of the
1900. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge greeted
guests, who were treated to Pol Roger champagne,
an array of canapes and a choice of two cakes.
Among the guests were family and friends as well
as politicians both from the UK and abroad David
Cameron, Nick Clegg, Ed Miliband and the prime
ministers of Australia and New Zealand.
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Designed by Fiona Cairn, the 8 layered cake had
900 flowers and leaves of 17 different varieties,
including daisies to represent innocence and
lavender for luck. It took 5 weeks to make and
has a garland design around the middle matching
the architectural garlands that adorn the ceiling
of the Picture Gallery in Buckingham Palace. To
whoops and cheers from friends and family, it was
cut with a ceremonial sword.
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McVities Cake Company was honoured with a
special request from Prince William to create a
chocolate biscuit cake from a Royal Family recipe.
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When the Champagne Reception and Kiss on the
Balcony ended, the newlyweds left Buckingham
Palace for Clarence House in Dads classic 1970
Aston Martin DB6 Volante. Charles mother, Queen
Elizabeth, gave it to him on his 21st
birthday. In an effort to be environmentally
conscious, Prince Charles converted his beloved
car into a hybrid that runs on surplus English
wine. Note the license for this occasion.
Dads Aston Martin
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The evening reception and dance included only
those in William and Kates true inner circle -
300 of their most trusted friends and family.
All spent the remainder of the afternoon
resting in their homes or London hotels, beforing
changing into evening wear and returning to the
Palace. Prince Charles hosted the party. The
Queen and Prince Phillip chose to not attend the
evening festivities. Guests arrived through a
candle-lit walkway in the Palace courtyard, where
bagpipers welcomed them. The Palaces Ballroom,
like the Abbey were decorated with white flowers
and candles. Each table was named after a place
that was special to Wills and Kate i.e. St
Andrews after the Scottish university where the
couple began their romance. As everyone present
at dinner was deemed equally important to the
couple, the tables were a mix of Royals, family
members and friends of the couple. Dinner
consisted of seafood appetizers and lamb entrée
(done three ways), then treated to a trio of
mini-puddings of trifle, chocolate fondant and
homemade ice-cream in brandy-snap baskets.
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Catherine chose a strapless white satin gazar
evening gown with a circle skirt and diamanté
embroidered detail around the waist. It was
topped with an angora bolero cardigan. The
Duchess of Cornwall wore a light blue
hand-embroidered high-collared floor length Anna
Valentine dress. Pippa Middleton had changed from
her demure white bridesmaids dress into an
eyecatching floor-length emerald dress, trimmed
with a flash of diamante. The mother-of-the-bride
had donned a black capped-sleeve dress, cut low
at the front and back, with a tiered skirt her
hair was now elegantly pinned up.
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After the speeches, everyone moved to the Throne
Room, which had been transformed into a massive
nightclub. The guests danced to live music
and DJs. At 2 a.m. waiters served bacon
sandwiches. The official last dance of the
evening was She Loves You by The Beatles. It
was followed by a spectacular fireworks display
in the Palace Garden as the couple were driven
away (albeit just around the corner as they spent
their first night at Buckingham Palace).
  • Earl Spencers daughters
  • Lady Amelia (18)
  • Lady Eliza (18, a twin)
  • Lady Kitty (20)
  • Princess Dianas nieces

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Reminiscent of Grace Kellys 1956 wedding dress
and bouquet simple and elegant.
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  • Something old was the traditional
    Carrickmacross lace-making craftsmanship that
    created the bridal gown.
  • Something new were the brides diamond-set
    stylized oak leaf and acorn earrings. They were a
    gift from her parents, inspired by the new
    Middleton family coat of arms, which includes
    acorns and oak leaves.
  • Something borrowed the halo tiara lent to
    Kate by the Queen was made by Cartier in 1936.
    It was handed down to the Queen, then Princess
    Elizabeth, by her mother on her 18th birthday in
    1944.
  • Something blue was a blue ribbon sewn inside
    the dress.

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An avenue of 8 trees graced Westminster Abbey for
the wedding. There were 6 - 20 ft. English Field
Maples and 2 Hornbeams, borrowed, from Prince
Charles' estate, Highgrove. The Royal couple
commissioned Shane Connolly to supply only
seasonal, organic British flowers. They also
requested as many growing plants as possible be
used, rather than cut ones. The Queen gave
them carte blanche to take flowers from her
enormous garden at Windsor Great Park. Apparently
30,000 flowers were used. The Abbey looked
luxurious with white flowers and loads of fresh
greenery. The smell of jasmine and lilac offered
a reminder of an English country garden,
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  • Kate Middleton, now the Duchess of Cambridge,
    paid an allusion to her new husband Prince
    William by including "sweet William" flowers in
    her bridal bouquet.
  • The bouquet, as royal tradition dictates, also
    included a sprig from a myrtle bush planted by
    Queen Victoria on the Isle of Wight in 1845.
    Other flowers in the bouquet included hyacinth,
    lily-of-the- valley and ivy.
  • It was designed by Shane Connolly, the florist
    also responsible for decorating the wedding venue
    Westminster Abbey with eight English maple trees.
  • The symbolism of the flowers used at the royal
    wedding has been much commented on
  • Sweet William means gallantry
  • Lily-of-the-valley happiness
  • Hyacinth constancy of love
  • Ivy signifies fidelity
  • Myrtle signifies true love and joy

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There were 55,000 street parties registered in
United Kingdom. This one is in Hove, near
Brighton.
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Imposters watching the Royal Wedding in Gulf
emirate of Dubai
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At Lego Windsor, Justin Ramsden made a likeness
of Wills and Kate
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Getting in the spirit of the Royal Wedding, these
brides cavorted in Hyde Park. in case Wills
changes his mind!!
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Red Hats couldnt miss an occasion like this !!!
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Royalists were in their glory !!!!
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The infamous Pearlies turned out to celebrate
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Street Party Mona Showground, Clifford
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God Save the Queen
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