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01/05/2011



Willliam and Kate ...

29.04.11

It's important to me that we protect our heritage for future generations.

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11 comments:

Kris said...

I assume the wedding was all important and celebrated widely in England. I assume that because it was here too. Everyone was talking about it and most people I know watched it even if they declared loudly that they wouldn't!

Glo said...

The coverage started here at midnight of that day, so I saved two different programs on the PVR. Last night I went to bed early and thoroughly enjoyed watching the proceedings. I could fast forward through the announcers talking which kept everything moving along quite nicely. I'm glad it all went according to plan :) There's a little old lady who made it into our local newspaper...she has a large royal collection...I happened to be in a shop she was in the day after the wedding. Apparently she had stayed up all night to watch it, and was thrilled to bits!

lifeinredshoes said...

I fully agree. It was wonderful!

Poppy said...

I wasn’t going to watch it, but I did and loved every minute of it.

Lou xxx

Bluebell said...

I am impressed that you have not one but two lovely blogs. I didn't see the wedding live as planned but enjoyed seeing it all later.

Lisa said...

It was quite spectacular seeing all those crowds of people, such a jolly atmosphere and they looked so happy!
Lisa x

Simone said...

It was a grand 'do'!!! x

Jane said...

It was a very special day, just lovely. Jane x

Indigo Blue said...

I fully agree. We have a country soaked in history and we need to maintain what we have for the future. it is hwat makes this country what it is. Lovely picture.
Good to hear form you today as well.
xx

Cowboys and Custard said...

Couldn't agree more Lou.. The Royal Wedding was something for us all to be proud of and time to come together as a nation and celebrate without prejudice.
Michele x

Wild Rose said...

Wasn't it a wonderful day!

Marie x