The Royal Wedding, What Makes It Different From any Other?

April 29, 2011 by Haplock  
Published in Weddings

Two Billion People watching on TV and thousands more there in person.

 The engagement of Price William of Wales and Catherine “Kate” Middleton began on 20 October 2010 and was announced on 16 November 2010. The original announcement of the wedding stated that it would be sometime in the spring or the summer, and it was later announced that it would be on this day (29th April 2011).

 Now a few of you are probably thinking what makes this any different from any other royal wedding? Well there are a few reasons the main being the amount of interest taken in the wedding itself and the couple involved, because the wedding will be widely broadcast on TV from channels like ITV, Sky News and BBC , to the American media channels like CBS and CTV.

 And another reason that this is different than the other royal weddings is the fact that the love they have bloomed naturally rather than having the couple forced together.

 In America it is said the empire state building in New York will be lit, Blue and White (The colours of the Royal Union Flag) at sunset in honour of the wedding. I personally think it would make a pretty awesome photo but sadly enough I can’t get to America to get a photo of it.

 Within the crowds and the media itself there are bound to be freelance photographers as well trying to get the perfect photo of the royal couple as they go into Westminster Abby and out of the Abby to Buckingham palace now that I think will be the main place to catch the best shot of the couple as they watch a fly-past consisting of Lancaster, Spitfire, and Hurricane aircraft from the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight, followed by two Typhoons and two Tornado GR4s.

 All in all I think it will be a good day and I personally wish them the best.

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