Funny Highlights of Royal Wedding – William & Kate 2011
*•.¸♥¸•* * Oh… wasn’t it a gorgeous wedding. I hope you were able to watch it and if you didn’t, well I hope you have seen the photo’s. A lot happened in London on the day of The Royal Wedding and there were very funny moments too – which I share below.
1. The Clergyman in Church doing Cartwheels.
See video clip below - A friend of mine said, she was glad he had trousers on underneath. The Cartwheel was done after the wedding. So, he must have been happy the event went well because I am sure he and others had worked hard in preparation.
2. Frowning Bridesmaid
Grace Van Custem
A 3-year-old bridesmaid and daughter of Hugh van Cutsem, a close friend of Prince William - according to Vanity Fair. She covered her ears (bottom Left in photo) and because I was watching it Live, I am sure it was because of the noisy planes that flew over the Palace.
I have been to Air Shows and know how noisy those planes are. Grace is also Prince William's goddaughter and the great-great-great-granddaughter of William Waldorf Astor.
3. Dancing Policeman
A policeman entertained the crowds. I think he was excited even though when interviewed he said he was in full control. Anyway, it was nice to see a Policeman let his hair down a bit.
4. The Aston Martin
Harry and William have a great sense of humour and no one ever saw this stint coming. However, it was nice to see and everyone laughed at the “Learner” sign in front and the number plate “JustWed” behind it.
The vintage 1969 Aston Martin Volante was a birthday gift from the Queen to Prince Charles on his 21st Birthday. In the photo below, William is looking up because his colleagues from the RAF are flying in a helicopter above him – escorting him to Clarence House. Nice touch.
........ and they lived Happily Ever After.
Thanks for reading. Do you have any favourite moments of the wedding?
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