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SlowSong e2
6 4.8k 29 England
29 Apr 2011 10:03PM
Seeing as no-one has mentioned this historic and momentous event on behalf of the people of the United Kingdom, I'd just like to say what a wonderful ceremony took place today in London when Prince William married Catherine Middleton. Thousands of years of history have been carried forward into the future, a new modern royalty, which can only be of benefit to our islands.

Good luck, love and best wishes to the now Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, the future King and Queen of England. It was a wonderful and joyous day.

Chris

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monstersnowman 9 1.7k 1 England
29 Apr 2011 10:17PM
Nice post .. and a nice change to the moaners and snipers ... same scentiments from me. It was nice to see such a gathering of happy well behaved people and the positive attention of 2 billion people around the world. My fiance was blubbing like a good one LOL ....
Kris_Dutson 12 8.2k 1 England
29 Apr 2011 10:21PM

Quote:Good luck, love and best wishes to the now Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, the future King and Queen of England. It was a wonderful and joyous day.


Hear, hear. Smile

And I loved the trees in Westminster Abbey.
29 Apr 2011 10:21PM
Perhaps he should have married Violet Elizabeth, then! SmileSmileSmile
Eviscera e2
8 1.1k 149 United Kingdom
29 Apr 2011 10:22PM
Illuminating day
lawbert 7 1.8k 15 England
29 Apr 2011 10:26PM

Quote:Is she gonna be called Princess William (in the same way Princess Michael of Kent is)?

I don't get that, Diana wasn't called Princess Charles.



Give Buck House a bell for a defintive answerTongue
lawbert 7 1.8k 15 England
29 Apr 2011 10:29PM

Quote:I feel sorry for William. He's never gonna be certain that she married him for love. There's always gonna be that doubt


They have been together for a few years now so I guess the cynics should buy a dirty daily every day to read the full story as it may or may not unfold dependant on the authorWinkTongue
kombizz 9 591 1 United States
29 Apr 2011 10:39PM
I wonder how much the whole ceremony cost? Does anybody know?
answersonapostcard e2
10 12.7k 15 United Kingdom
29 Apr 2011 10:55PM

Quote:And I loved the trees in Westminster Abbey
Me too, and as I understand it all to be replanted.

I wish them the best, they both seem like a genuinely nice couple and I'd rather give a little bit of taxes towards the wedding than some things I could mention Grin
Sus 10 3.2k 9 England
29 Apr 2011 11:26PM
What a beautiful ceremony, and the bride looked so lovely. I'm so pleased that everything turned out so well for them (ie no rain!) and wish them all the best as well.

This did raise a chuckle though!
trivets12 10 1.3k
29 Apr 2011 11:31PM
Did anyone else notice the horse that lost its rider and galloped past Will and Kate just as they were passing the Cenotaph? It looked as if it was one of the Blues and Royals horses. Someone's in trouble tonight! Bet they'll get a right telling off for that.
TRUEX 7 218 10
29 Apr 2011 11:46PM
I liked the moment Kate looked back over her shoulder as she and William went back inside Buckingham palace, i'm sure that photo will be in the papers tomorrow.
Tooth 9 5.8k 227 Ireland
30 Apr 2011 2:50AM
Where there's a Will there's a ...... whhhaaayyyy hhaaayyyyyy Tongue


As for what they'll call her, she should at least be Kate Upperton...
Ewanneil 4 1.1k 2 Scotland
30 Apr 2011 7:30AM

Quote:the future King and Queen of England.


Oh good, Scotland (and Wales, N. Ireland and 15 other Commonwealth realms) appear to have become a republics overnight. Must have missed the various coups d'etats in the midst of all this wedding malarkey. Does that means I'm going to get a tax rebate now that I'm no longer expected to contribute to the civil list?

(Those of you who contribute to the grump group will see I'm back to normal)
answersonapostcard e2
10 12.7k 15 United Kingdom
30 Apr 2011 7:49AM

Quote:Did anyone else notice the horse that lost its rider and galloped past Will and Kate just as they were passing the Cenotaph? It looked as if it was one of the Blues and Royals horses. Someone's in trouble tonight! Bet they'll get a right telling off for that
I saw something but wasnt quite sure, then I saw a picture of it. Alot of those horses took some handling though! Grin

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