We were lucky to witness the live coverage of the wedding of the royal couple. The live telecast over the weekend would definitely erupt into celeberations over the weekend across the UK. It has been a extra ordinary day which was without much a controversy unlike the previous wedding of Prince Charles with Camilla.
After a long long time the british monarchy is witnessing a royal wedding. The mystical union of Prince Williams and Kate. The procession towards the westminister is lined with plenty of enthusiastic crowd. The bride was glowing in all her hallowed glory, with her bridal attire.
Her travel towards the Church in a Rolls Royce was telecast live, it was akin to the fame earned by her mother in law. Prince WILLIAM in his uniform looked handsome to the core. Forsaking all other temptation and will look after her prince in sickness and health, till death do us apart. The oath was administered, in richer or poorer, according to god s will.....both of them promise to remain faithful to each other.
The wedding ring was adorned on the bride by the Prince. Thus the marriage was solemnised. The priest sought the blessings of the lord for fulfilling the covenant. Thus the blessings of the lord was showered on the couple.
May the lord bless the couple with glorious years of living happily ever after..........Amen
God our Father, we thank you for our families; for the love that we share and for the joy of our marriage.
In the busyness of each day keep our eyes fixed on what is real and important in life and help us to be generous with our time and love and energy.
Strengthened by our union help us to serve and comfort those who suffer. We ask this in the Spirit of Jesus Christ. Amen." Rev Richard Chartres
Sidelights : While all the ceremony has been going on, Mark Hughes, our security correspondent, has emailed with some less pleasant news:
Further eight arrests in the royal wedding security area, including one for sexual assault.
Total breakdown is now: 1 sexual assault 1 assault 1 criminal damage 1 drugs 3 drunk 1 wanted on warrant 1 offensive weapon 4 breach of peace 1 public order 3 theft and one other, which is as yet unspecified.
Following reports of anarchists putting masks on at Soho Square, police have invoked sections 60 and 60a of the criminal justice act 96 on whole of royal wedding security zone - about one mile radius. Section 60 allows police to stop and search anyone without suspicion. 60a allows officers to arrest people if they refuse to remove face coverings.
ACK : photos courtsey BBC, Economic times; News courtsey Telegraph UK