The big day has finally arrived and the long waited event of the year, the Royal Wedding has begun, drawing the world’s attention. At last Great Britain has got a new Princess, as Kate Middleton has already tied the knot with Prince William. The entire world had the opportunity to witness this sensational and fascinating wedding live on BBC and other world channels. Undoubtedly this is the most watched event of the decade, which really fulfilled everyone’s great expectations with its perfect organization and the fairy-tale like atmosphere, spread all over London. Royal breath is in the air in London! If you haven’t managed to watch this great wedding, learn some details about what the Royals wore on this special day and some important factors.
It’s the first time in 30 years, when a member of the Royal family marries a simple girl, without any Royal roots and titles. Thirty years ago Prince Charles married a simple and humble girl from the British society, Diana, who later became Princess Diana of Wales.
The hottest couple of the year Prince William and Kate Middleton, who tied the knot today, on April 29, 2011, have been announced as the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. They got their new titles by the decision of Queen Elizabeth II and the Royal House. From today on Kate can be presented as Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, title got by marrying His Royal Highness The Duke of Cambridge (Prince William).
Prince William has also two other titles as well, that of Earl of Strathearn and Baron Carrickfergus.
Now everybody is cheering, dancing, singing and celebrating this great event in London streets, and the newlywed couple is strolling in the open top carriage, waving and smiling to people. No doubt both of them look amazing, stunning and no words can describe all the magic spread all over London.
Both Kate Middleton and Prince William looked amazing. Kate Middleton was like a dreamy fairy in her gorgeous wedding dress, designed by Sarah Burton at Alexander McQueen. The dress was very airy and romantic, with lace details on the upper side, which gave elegant and modern chic touches to it. The wedding veil was just fantastic, featuring gorgeous lace lining and set with a stunning tiara, which made Kate look like a real princess.
Prince William chose a military uniform, thus showing his great esteem in the army, being commissioned in the Armed Services and Royal Air Force. He appeared in the uniform of Colonel of the Irish Guards, in Guard of Honour Order with a Forage Cap. He also wore a gold and crimson sash with the wings of the Royal Air Force, the Garter Star and a Gold Jubilee Medal and gold sword swing, without a sword. His tunic buttons symbolize the Irish Guard’s position in the Order of Battle as the Fourth Regimen of Foot Guards. This catchy uniform was designed by Kashket and Partners.
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