Saturday, April 30, 2011

The Real Wedding Ceremony

With approximately 1,900 guests, the wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton began at 11 am in Westminster Abbey. Prince William dressed in his scarlet tunic of the Irish Guards officer and Catherine Middleton, clad in a classic dress created by designer Sarah Burton, the McQueen design house, they became husband and wife.

As marks the protocol, the development of the royal wedding began at an early hour with the arrival, at 8 am, the first guests to the temple, which had access to the North Gate.

The bride moved to Westminster in a Rolls-Royce limousine Phantom VI black and maroon, a gift manufacturer luxury cars made to the royal house in 1977 and is best known as the 'Rolls-Royce One', has a roof and rear glass, which will see the dress.

Michael Middleton accompanied her daughter to the altar, while Prince William was accompanied to the altar by his brother, Prince Harry.

Pronounce you man and wife

The Archbishop of Canterbury, Rowan Williams and Bishop of London, Richard Carew, was in charge of the ceremony.

The dean led the church service, the bishop read the homily, the Archbishop of Canterbury was asked to become husband and wife.

When William finished saying their vows of marriage placed the ring on Catherine.

"With this ring I you wed," said a smiling and then William became the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.

Catherine's mother Middleton, Carole, was shown really moved and guests read the playbill to keep the choir.

James Middleton, Brother of the bride, was in charge of the lectern to read Romans 12: 1, 2, 9-18, while the chorus, an orchestra and team fanfare were in charge of music in the service of the royal wedding in Westminster Abbey on 29 April.

The maid of honor is Philippa Middleton, Better known as Pippa, sister of the bride; on the other hand, the godfather is Prince Henry, brother of the groom, with six pages, ages 3 and 10 years old, chosen from children and grandchildren of the family and friends.

Prayer of William and Catherine

Catherine and William secretion his own prayer:

God, Our Father, we thank you for our family, for the love we shared and the joy of our marriage. In the daily occupations of keep our eyes fixed on what is real and important in life and help us to be generous with our time, love and power, reinforced by our union to help, serve and comfort those who suffer. We pray in the Spirit of Jesus Christ. Amen.

The ceremony ended with the choir singing Jerusalem, written by William Blake.

At this time, Kate Middleton and Catherine and the Duchess of Cambridge, travel through the downtown streets of London.

Meanwhile some 650 guests are directed to the private reception at Buckingham Palace organized by Queen Elizabeth II as a gift to her grandson.

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