What a great catch by the camera’s, the verger of course didn’t know the television camera’s were still on.
There is a story about the cartwheel in The Australian.
Rachel Jane Eardley and Diane Pallett put the finishing touches to the Royal wedding cake. Picture: AP Source: AP
AFTER all the pomp and grandeur of the day was over, Prince William and his bride managed to celebrate their wedding like any other newlyweds – surrounded by family and friends, and with a few tears and lighthearted moments thrown in. Read the full story in The Australian.
360deg images of the Royal Wedding (Interactive) Herald Sun.
Duchess of Cambridge leaves Clarence House with Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall to travel to Buckingham Palace for the evening celebrations following her wedding to Britain’s Prince William. Source: AP
Last night, the Prince of Wales hosted a dinner at the Palace followed by dancing for 300 friends and family. Read the full story in The Australian.
I thought Kate looked beautiful, a really good Wedding, all the people welcomed her with open arms. I was only going to watch the highlights of the Wedding, but when the Wedding actually started, I sort of got drawn in and ended up watching the whole Wedding. 🙂 Kate’s sister nearly stole the lime light, she also looked gorgeous.