Bishwa Nath Singh
A fairy tale of royal marriage of Prince William, the Duke of Cambridge who is twenty eight years old who had lost her most loving mother Diana when he was barely fifteen years old had opted to wear the red tunic with a blue sash, the uniform of an Irish Guards colonel, his most senior honorary appointment, instead of the blue Royal Air Force uniform at the time of his wedding on the 29th of April 2011.
( Photo of Prince William seen kissing his spouse Kate Middleton in Public view)
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Bishwa Nath Singh :
Prince William is known as the search and rescue pilot with the Royal Air Force, the second in line to the British throne, is the eldest son of Prince Charles and late Diana, the princess of Wales and grand son of Queen of England Elizabeth... II and Prince Philip. Kate Middleton, the spouse of Prince William now called as the Duchess of Cambridge happened to be a year older to him and she comes from a business family, looked a vision in white in her long Chantilly-lace sleeved dress that flared gently from the waist and a train - much shorter than her late mother-in-law's though she looked gorgeous whom Prince William wedded with solemn dignity witnessed by one thousand nine hundred guests inside the Westminster Abbey at London which has seen history unfold over thousand years on the 29th of April 2011. Notably present in the said Westminster Abbey church were Queen Elizabeth in a buttercup yellow dress along with her husband Prince Philip, the Duchess of Cornwall and William's stepmother Camilla in an ivory white outfit as well as other family members and showbiz stars like Victoria and David Beckham, Elton John and Guy Ritchie. Global leaders like Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard were there too. The newly-weds were seen in the State Landau, specifically built for King Edward VII in 1902 and the same carriage used by Prince Charles and Lady Diana in 1981. The couple waved to the delirious crowds, with William also saluting as he passed fellow soldiers. Over three lakh people had gathered at Hyde Park, with thousands camping overnight to grab the best location to see the royal couple. The marriage was a culmination of eight long and sometimes lonely years of waiting for Kat Middleton. Unlike the Queen, who promised to obey Prince Philip when they married in 1947, Kate Middleton had pledged only to 'love, comfort, honour and keep'.There were mass celebrations in Britain, with over five thousand street parties, including one hosted by Prime Minister David Cameron at Downing Street. It was an unforgettable moment as the couple emerged on the balcony of Buckingham Palace to exchange their first public kiss as the surging crowds below cheered lustily in the evening of the 29th of April 2011 after they were wedded. The residents of Bucklebury, Kate Middleton's village, celebrated her wedding to Prince William by wearing Union Jack-themed clothes, drinking champagne and taking part in duck races. As now the royal couple is happily wedded and has started their day with a very happy note with good smile on their face, let us hope that they will keep on their marriage on right track and will lead a very blissful married life till their end. Let us join to wish and pray for their most blissful married life!