The Royal Wedding

The Royal Wedding

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The world was set ablaze by the grandeur of royal wedding as Prince William and his newly titled bride sealed the ceremony with a kiss on the balcony of Buckingham Palace. Over a million people moved down to London on this occasion and the invitee list included 1,900 people. Around 650 people were invited to the lunchtime reception at Buckingham Palace given by the Queen herself and 300 people to the dinner at Buckingham Palace given by the Prince of Wales, which was followed by singing and dancing.

The occasion was the annual order of the garter ceremony where the duchess o
f Cambridge, decked in a dove grey long coat and matching fascinator arrived in a burgundy Rolls Royce, charming the crowd with all smiles on her face. Camilla stretched a guiding hand to her while doing so. The two women posed as to be photographed by the media. Prince William, smiling himself, marched down the hill from Windsor castle with his father, Prince Charles at his side.The Royal wedding between Prince William, son of heir to the British throne and his long time girlfriend Kate Middleton took place on April 29th at Westminster Abbey at 11 A.M. A wedding, seemingly a made-for television one, was cheered and applauded by the audience present. People could find likeness of the wedding with that of Elizabeth’s in the year 1947, the same year Britain lost a inestimable jewel from its crown, India as their colony.

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The wedding floated by without a hitch. The bride wore a strapless corset fashioned in Victorian manner, and the dress was virginal white even though she had been living with the groom for some time. William graced the occasion by wearing a red military uniform with gold braid. The couple looked comfortably happy and content while kissing, the moment brought back the picture of Charles kissing his newly wedded br
ide Diana, some 30 years ago. Indian High Commissioner Nalin Surie and several people of Indian origin solicited their gracious presence. The media played a pivotal part in broadcasting the event to the world as their cameras caught every moment of it.

their gracious presence. The media played a pivotal part in broadcasting the event to the world as their cameras caught every moment of it.

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The wedding floated by without a hitch. The bride wore a strapless corset fashioned in Victorian manner, and the dress was virginal white even though she had been living with the groom for some time. William graced the occasion by wearing a red military uniform with gold braid. The couple looked comfortably happy and content while kissing, the moment brought back the picture of Charles kissing his newly wedded bride Diana, some 30 years ago. Indian High Commissioner Nalin Surie and several people of Indian origin solicited their gracious presence. The media played a pivotal part in broadcasting the event to the world as their cameras caught every moment of it. The royal wedding inspired creative headwear all around, and people with flamboyant feathered headpieces and traditional top hats were seen. William and Catherine cut a gigantic cake after the wedding. The confectionery masterpiece covered in cream and white icing and decorated with up to 900 delicate sugar-paste flowers was centre-stage at the Buckingham Palace reception. Champagne and snacks were served in plenty. As soon as the ceremony ended, people rejoiced and celebrated to their heart’s content. They took to the streets with smiling faces and placards that read “long live the wedding.”

The Royal Wedding

Luxury was at its highest peak for the Royal family, and though recession looms in Europe, the air of entertainment, luxury and celebration created a short-lived escape from the harsh realities of wages and jobs cutbacks. All is well in the end and without a slight hint of doubt, one can emphatically state the wedding was a huge success.