Oh, and as for Victoria Beckham, I thought she looked like an air hostess.
And the Queen. I'm delighted she wore yellow. I tried (in vain) to get a yellow dress for a friend's wedding (the one in Bath). Obviously it isn't the colour for this season. Watch it be the colour for next season!!!
Yes, that was brilliant - I think we watched it in one of the news programmes afterwards Although funny bit was a policeman doing a kind of dance, and flinging his arms upwards, to get the crowd to cheer louder, whilst in The Mall ;D
Have a look at the outfits again! I was amazed at Beatrice's headgear - perhaps she likes MOTG and Big Eric
I loved every minute of it. BBCAmerica showed their whole program, about 4 hours, repeatedly on Friday and again on Saturday. I just couldn't get enough. Such a lovely event for everyone and I am glad there was no trouble.
We were up at 4am and had 'full English breakfast'. Our friend's daughter, who had just come back from living in London with her parents, watched with us so it was great fun. Sad for her that her visa ran out two days before the wedding as it would have been nice for her to be there. Her mum called when the ceremony was over and they were watching the same broadcast so we chatted and commented on the coverage as it went along. What a day!
Coverage of the Royal Wedding started at 4 am here (US, east coast) with the actual wedding starting at 6 am. We were interested in seeing everything, people attending, etc. so we had planned on getting up early. Though I'd set my alarm for 3:50 am, I ended up waking up at 3:10 am -- while waiting for the rest of the family to awaken at 4, I prepared a modest spread of coffee, toasted English, cut up cheese and fruit. It was a lovely ceremony, Kate looked so calm and self-confident. We were able to watch the entire program. The next day I checked on some of the news podcasts I had been downloading which carried stories of the Royal Wedding and I was delighted to find that one of them (the station we happened to be watching that day) included the entire ceremony from the time Kate walks into Westminster Abbey to them leaving to board the carriage. What a great little treasure this was! The camera angles, in particular, were especially interesting, showcasing the abbey quite well.