The Most awaited day has arrived. Around 5000 people have endured the cold overnight simply to get a prime spot close on the processional route. With the tick of time the flag waving crowds started to build in central London. Hundreds of guests and dignitaries have crammed into the centuries old building to savor the wedding. And here we present few important gigs from the wedding as it happened.
One of the places following the wedding with more interest than most is St Andrews, Scotland, where the couple met eight years ago at university. Around 1000 people have gathered in the university quadrangle to see the event live on a big screen. The Rolls Royce that will drive Kate Middleton to the abbey arrived sharp at 0826 GMT. Back at abbey, the first guests have filing in. It is first-come, first-served, hence so many invites have queue in prior for a good place. Miss Catherine Middleton’s was wearing a white wedding dress with long lace sleeves and a veil and tiara. Kate’s Wedding Dress has been designed by Sarah Burton at Alexander McQueen. As the bridal car passes, the crowd cheered the prince. Meanwhile, the bridesmaids and pageboys have arrived at the abbey with the maid of honour, Kate’s sister, Pippa, all in ivory. Prince William was wearing the famous tunic of an Irish Guards officer rather than his RAF uniform. At 1013 GMT: The Dean of Westminster started reading out the service “to join together this man and this woman in holy matrimony”. And then, Prince William and Kate Middleton exchange rings in front of the Archbishop of Canterbury at Westminster Abbey, London. From now on Prince William must be addressed as His Royal Highness the Duke of Cambridge and Miss Catherine Middleton on marriage will become Her Royal Highness the Duchess of Cambridge.
Well, on behalf of Golden Hat Bingo… let’s wish them Good Luck!