Yeah, I was one of those girls.
In fact, when I stated my intention to watch the Royal Wedding live and to nap for a short time before it aired, Cent asked if I would take my nap on the couch, so that he, like a normal person, could get some sleep.
I have to say that it was totally worth watching the Royal Wedding live. At first I didn’t really think I’d be that interested, but as the day grew closer, I found myself more and more interested. When Charles and Diana married, I wasn’t born yet, so I’ve never witnessed a Royal Wedding before. And thanks to social media and modern technology, I didn’t miss a second.
Overall, I loved watching the wedding vows. As Catherine emerged from the Rolls Royce, I got chills. For them. When she walked down the aisle with her father, I got that feeling of anticipation as I do at every wedding I’ve attended or photographed. I loved seeing Wills and Kate exchange sweet glances and tried desperately to read their lips during the ceremony. And it’s super refreshing to know that they are a love match and that Kate, although the term feels outdated, is a “commoner”. She’s not royalty, but after today will be officially. I love that they are IN LOVE and it totally shows. Cheers to a long and happy marriage!
I definitely think this wedding will have an impact on weddings going forward – from Kate’s gorgeous Sarah Burton Alexander McQueen long-sleeved wedding gown, to full on choirs (we had one!), and maybe even bringing hats over this way. Although, some of those hats were pretty hideous, like Princess Beatrice, she looked like she got lost from Whoville. I definitely see sleeves coming back to wedding dresses! I can’t wait to see it all unfold.
Congratulations to Wills & Kate, and thank you for allowing the world to witness your wedding day!
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