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For Now, The Honeymoon Will Have to Wait

Britain's Prince William and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, walk together in Buckingham Palace, following their wedding on Friday, in central London April 30, 2011 Reuters Pictures

Prince William and Kate’s Extraordinary Palace Reception

Inside Prince William and Kate’s Extraordinary palace reception 

Guests at Prince William and Kate Middleton’s reception for their closest friends have described the “magical” night in Buckingham Palace after the wedding.
The new Duchess of Cambridge changed into another flowing white gown by
Sarah Burton, for the evening reception. Prince Harry seemed to have control of the minibus microphone as he left the party with other guests in the early hours of yesterday Just as Prince William had pledged that his late mother should share “in all the fun and excitement” of his engagement by giving his bride the ring she once wore, so the sons of Diana, Princess of Wales made sure that she was not forgotten in the royal wedding celebrations.

 Prince William Wedding News: Prince William and Kate’s extraordinary palace reception

Prince William and his best man, Prince Harry, both paid tribute to their mother in their speeches at the intimate evening reception on Friday night, telling their closest friends and family “how much she would have liked to have been here” as Prince William married Kate Middleton. The emotional moments when both Prince William and Prince Harry remembered their late mother in their respective speeches followed an evening reception at Buckingham Palace, described by one guest as “the most magical party imaginable”.

Favorite Royal Wedding Photos

The world's newest princess, HRH The Duchess of Cambridge, was a gorgeous bride in a gown created by Sarah Burton of Alexander McQueen and wearing the Cartier "Halo" tiara loaned by HM The Queen. The gown seemed to take the best characteristics of two of the world's favorite royal brides, Princess Grace and Princess Margaret, and reinterpret them for a modern bride.
The Duchess of Cambridge

Prince William, now the Duke of Cambridge, and his bride delighted crowds with a carriage ride to Buckingham Palace. Some people had camped out for days for a chance to see them.
Carriage procession to Buckingham Palace

And this is the photo I've waited months to see: a beautiful picture of a very happy Lady Louise Mountbatten-Windsor, clearly enjoying her day as a bridesmaid beside her handsome older cousin Prince Harry.
Prince Harry and The Lady Louise Mountbatten-Windsor

The wedding party in a delightful portrait by Hugo Burnand. The young attendants are(clockwise from bottom right) The Hon. Margarita Armstrong-Jones, Miss Eliza Lopes, Miss Grace van Cutsem, Lady Louise Windsor, Master Tom Pettifer and Master William Lowther-Pinkerton.
The Official Royal Wedding photographs

The young stars of the day queued up at the Abbey, focused on their important roles at the wedding. Well, everyone except Master Tom Petiffer who seemed to have realized there were cameras at every angle.
Bridesmaids and page boys

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Not So Desperate Flaws

I hesitated in writing this post as I do not know the full details and certainly do not wish to draw attention to a child's minor and correctible condition but, after reflection, decided to write it anyway.

One of the beautiful children at yesterday’s wedding was particularly delighted to be playing such a role because, until then, she has been kept away from photographers due to an eye condition, which creates a squint. This little girl looked absolutely beautiful yesterday and I am sure she is equally beautiful all of the time! I am a little aghast at the need to keep her away from being photographed until now, for so minor a reason?

The newspapers have often reported that the condition, which led to her being kept from the public gaze, is ‘rare’ – but I don’t believe that is true. It is a quite common occurrence (and I know this as I, too, grew up with it and have experienced this way of viewing the world). It’s no big deal. In fact, though it was a big deal in childhood (going around with nail varnish on one lens of my spectacles so that one eye would work harder; or being called various names like ‘speccie’ and ‘cross-eyed’) it became quite fascinating to me to think why things were as they were. After some painful surgery as a very small child, I used to go to church and pray for a cure...and - wonder of wonders! – at the age of 13 - I underwent surgery again and was told afterwards that I could throw away my glasses and probably wouldn’t need them again until I was about...17. Three decades have passed since then. I still don’t wear glasses and have better eyesight than many of my contemporaries! What really happened was that I decided it was no big deal and it stopped bothering me. In fact, I decided it was symbolic of having an eye in two worlds – that which is ‘on earth as it is in heaven’ and that which is, ‘aren’t things unpleasant’? - and whenever it bothered me physically, I realised it coincided with my not being focussed on ‘on earth as it is in heaven.’

On a much grander scale, though, it brings to mind the way in which some royal families have felt a need to conceal or protect their children, if there was the slightest hint of them not being ‘perfect’ in any way. Prince Leopold, Queen Victoria’s youngest son, was so often left out of royal visits because of his haemophilia. Prince John was sent to live apart from the rest of his family because of his epilepsy and other conditions. The haemophilia of the beautiful Tsarevich Alexei, was hidden from the public because his parents feared that people wouldn’t understand or would lose faith in the monarchy.

Perhaps the worst thing that parents can do – with the best intentions - is to try to hide their child’s condition. By hiding it, they exacerbate it and make a big deal out of something which, left to his/her own devices, the child is perfectly capable of dealing with or even healing. I do not honestly believe in the necessity of illness in any form, and, harsh as it sounds, so many lifelong invalids tend to be the victims of their parents’ well-meaning over-protectiveness. It’s okay to have a condition; it’s okay to be ill for a while – it’s all a question of balance and not being led into adopting the sick role.

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Kate's Flowers are Placed at Grave of the Unknown Warrior

LONDON, ENGLAND - APRIL 30: The wedding bouquet of Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge lies on the grave of the unknown warrior in Westminster Abbey on April 30, 2011 in London, England. The day after the wedding of Prince William, Duke of Cambridge and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge the couple are expected to leave for a secret honeymoon location. Getty Images



A Lovely Photo

In this photo provided by Clarence House on Saturday, April 30, 2011, Britain's Prince William, center left, and his wife Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, center right, pose for a photograph with, clockwise from bottom right, Margarita Armstrong-Jones, Eliza Lopes, Grace van Cutsem, Lady Louise Windsor, Tom Pettifer, and William Lowther-Pinkerton in the Throne Room at Buckingham Palace, following their wedding at Westminster Abbey, London, on Friday, April 29, 2011. AP Photo

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Official Photo

Britain's Prince William and his bride Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, pose for an official photograph, on the day of their wedding, in the throne room at Buckingham Palace, in central London April 29, 2011. Photograph taken on April 29, 2011. Reuters Pictures

Elton John's tears for Diana at Prince William and Kate's Royal Wedding

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At Prince William and Kate's wedding

The Prince William and Kate Middleton's Royal Wedding may have been a happy occasion, but Sir Elton John's tears may be a giveaway to his mixed emotions on the day. While no-doubt happy for Prince William and Kate Middleton, the singer was returning to Westminser Abbey, where close friend Princess Diana's funeral service took place 14 years ago.

 Prince William Wedding News : Sir Elton John's tears for Diana at Prince William and Kate's wedding

The Prince William and Kate Middleton's Royal Wedding may have been a happy occasion, but Sir Elton John's tears may be a giveaway to his mixed emotions on the day.

A FANTASTIC WEDDING! A Toast to the Happy Couple.

London Decked Out In Preparation

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Handsome Prince William with his Beautiful Bride, Catherine

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A Dress Fit For A Future Queen

The divine dress was designed by Sarah Burton of Alexander McQueen.