Total Pipe! The happy couple posed in William's royal blue vintage Volante car with balloons and 'Just Wade' numberplate as he headed for Clarence House.
:Prince William and Kate Middleton share two new pictures celebrating their tenth wedding anniversary :Photographers named Kris Floyd were photographed at Kensington Palace last week :The Duchess of Cambridge donated £ 195 dress by Coast, while William looked lame in a smart blue jumper :The couple tied the knot in Westminster Abbey on 29 April 2011 in front of 2,000 guests and 36.7 million viewers :They are now Prince George's parents, seven, Princess Charlotte, five and Prince Louis, three :After a decade of marriage and three children, they look as happy as ever. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have released two stunning new paintings at Kensington Palace this week to mark their tenth anniversary yesterday. Surprisingly, the pair - when it comes to official pictures, prefer to play it safely - have turned to celebrity snapper Chris Floyd, best known for his 1990s Britpop portraits is. His subjects include Oasis, Supergrass and The Verve, as well as Sir Paul McCartney, David Bowie, and artist David Jockney. The photos are glamorous and dazzling, but still natural. Kate and William are pictured standing in the courtyard of their official London residence, as well as sitting in the garden. In each, it is clear that the couple has an easy, affectionate trust with each othe A young Kate, 39, is wearing a ghostly blue Bohemian-style blue patterned Avery wrap dress costing 195 pounds. William, 38, is a smart casual in a blue jumper and shirt. The Duchess's hair is styled in waves rather than the more formal black curls she prefers early in her wedding - William will admit for the first time, jokingly, that she has simply seen less hair. In one of the new portraits of The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, taken at Kensington Palace this week to mark their 10th wedding anniversary, Diana, Princess of Wales's famous sapphire and diamond engagement ring can be seen gleaming on Kate's finger (pictured) Tender Moment: Kate and William hand in a new image imprisoned in the garden at Keatington Palace. Pictured, Kate opted for a 195-pound Bohemian-style blue patterned wrap dress by Ghost, while Prince William wore a familiar blue jumper and shirt Celebrate Kate-like style in a floral wrap dress from Ghost £ 195 Ghost 'Avery' Dress sold! Look carefully here ... Buy now The Duchess of Cambridge has, over the years, opted to wear blue dresses for many special occasions. When her engagement was announced, who can forget the now iconic Issa dress, which complemented Diana's sapphire ring perfectly? Or the Jenny Packham number she stepped out of wearing the Lindo Wing, while carrying little Prince George in her arms? The only fitting seems to be that he is wearing a very beautiful blue floral maxi dress in the pictures released to celebrate William and Kate's 10th wedding anniversary. It's from Ghost, and we love the patchwork design and frill detailing, as well as the flatter wrap on the front. She made her 'Avery' dress debut in 2019, when she was on a tour of Pakistan, of course she has now sold out, but click (right) for a closer look. Then mark a big occasion of your own in a similar blue dress from the edit below. Boden & Ganni is our favorite! Celtic may be their tenth anniversary but it is likely that the couple will be running the school as usual today. Aides say they emphasize their children - Prince George, seven, Princess Charlotte, who turns six years old on Sunday, and Prince Louis, three - coming first. Sources say that he is 'very proud' of the way William has adapted his wife for the golden bowl of royal life. Ebrate in a style like Kate in a floral wrap dress from Ghost £ 195 Ghost 'Avery' Dress sold! Look carefully here ... The royal insider said that he made the work his own and gave him a beautiful family. Real they are now a real team. ' On 29 April 2011, Kate moved into a service at Westminster Abbey, the then Archbishop of Canterbury, Drs. Was performed by Rowan Williams. The couple called 'I Do' in front of 2,000 guests and were seen by 36.7 million people worldwide.
Following the birth of Prince Louis in April, 2018, the couple remarried outside the Lindo Wing of St Mary's Hospital in London in 2015, following the birth of their daughter Princess Charlotte (left) and right. 29-year-old Kate wore a £ 250,000 gown by Alexander McQueen, which included a lace choli hand sewn by the world's best seamstress at the Royal School of Needlework. Perhaps the most iconic moment of the couple's wedding day came when they shared their first kiss as a married couple in the balcony of Buckingham Palace, much to the delight of the audience cheering outside the Palace gates and beyond. A moment earlier, while stepping onto the balcony, Kate appeared to gasp 'Oh my' as she drew the eyes of thousands of people who used to go to public places around Buckingham Palace to share in the newlyweds' happiness. And just a few hours before that, he heard the same crowd, before the bride's arrival at Westminster Abbey. A moment earlier, while stepping onto the balcony, Kate appeared to gasp 'Oh my' as she drew the eyes of thousands of people who used to go to public places around Buckingham Palace to share in the newlyweds' happiness. And just a few hours before that, he heard the same crowd, before the bride's arrival at Westminster Abbey. Lucky enough to have six children to be raised to be bridesmaids and pageboys, and they were largely a symbol of good behavior - at least, until the big kiss on the balcony. Grace - who is the daughter of the couple's friend Hugh van Kutssem - is now 13 years old and has been in the public eye since stealing the limelight nearly ten years ago. Other highlights included the show-stealing entrance of Westminster Abbey's sister Pippa Middleton, who later now quickly dubbed the two mothers as 'her Royal Hotness'. Kate's siblings had plenty of tasks in their hands, however, the bride's train measured a distance of two meters. Prince William drives his new bride from Buckingham Palace to Clarence House in an open-top vintage blue Aston Martin DB6 MIII, adorned with balloons of love hearts and a 'just wed' number plate, one of the best in history There was another moment. Total Pipe! The happy couple posed in William's royal blue vintage Volante car with balloons and 'Just Wade' numberplate as he headed for Clarence House.
Total Pipe! The happy couple posed in William's royal blue vintage Volante car with balloons and 'Just Wade' numberplate as he headed for Clarence House.
Hard to believe: On the day of the couple's wedding, the mall outside Buckingham Palace was crowded all day, waving Union Jacks and cheering as newlyweds appeared on the balcony.
Love Train: Kate Middleton arrived at Westminster Abbey with her father Michael and sister Pippa, giving the crowd the first glimpse of her beautiful designer gown, with a choli hand-tied at the Royal School of Needlework, the world's best seamstress. The car, which has been updated to run on environmentally friendly fuel, was lent to William by Prince Charles, who has gifted the now 51-year-old Aston Martin at his 21st birthday party. Earlier in the day, the couple arrived at Buckingham Palace from Westminster Abbey in Landau, 1902, used by Charles and Diana on their wedding day 302 years ago. Then there was the couple's cake, an eight-level seduction depicting 900 flowers individually and made by Fiona Cairns. The stunning composition had 17 different floral designs, all with their own personal meaning, representing a daffodil to Wales and new beginnings
Pippa Middleton stole more headlines after helping her older sister adjust the train on her Alexander McQueen gown. Pippa wore a stunning white cowl-neck dress with cap sleeves for Kate's big day Pippa Middleton has gently held the hands of Kate's flower girls - leaving Bresius Grace Van Kutsem as she arrives at Westminster Abbey. Happy times: Prince Harry arrives at Westminster Abbey with Lady Louise Windsor and pageboy Tom Pettifer
Eight tiers of temptation: Royal baker Fiona Cairns decorated the royal wedding cake with individual
The cake was actually made from 17 individual fruit cakes - 12 of which formed the basis. The design of a garland around the middle matches the decoration in the picture gallery at Buckingham Palace. At the request of Prince William, guests were able to enjoy the multi-level Chocolate Biscuit Cake. The newlyweds commissioned McWitts to design the creation as an alternative to the official wedding cake. It was decorated with white chocolate water lily and milk chocolate leaves. As a nation emerging from lockdown after lockdown during the epidemic, some of the most shocking images are of people walking into the mall. London was a blanket of red, white and blue as a million well-wishers came together to catch a glimpse of T.
Lady Louise Windsor, daughter of Prince Edward and Sophie Wessex, was just seven years old when she formed part of Kate's troupe, which accompanied her to the aisle. Picture, arriving in Westminster Abbey
Bridesmaid Margarita Armstrong-Jones and page boy Tom Pettifer wave as they arrive to attend the Royal Wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton at Westminster Abbey on April 29, 2011 in London
Eliza - granddaughter of Prince William's stepmother Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall - was just three years old when she played the role of a flower girl in front of the nation at a royal wedding (pictured)
Prince William and Kate's former colleague, Jamie Lothar-Pinkerton's son William, were ten at the time of marriage and are now 17 years old. His page drawings with the boys and the brookmaids, the Duke and the Duchess of Cambridge, as they prepare to make their debut. Singing to Buckingham Palace
William on you! Michael Middleton portrays her daughter being delivered to Westminster Abbey ... as she went from Catherine Middleton to Queen Conort, Queen of 17 Countries.
The queen, along with the late Prince Philip, Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall, sat in the first row to see a young-looking prince Harry Kate and William
William, dressed in full military uniform, and Kate smile as they leave Westminster Abbey man and wife
After traveling through the Horse Guards Parade from Waving Union Jack, Westminster Abbey to Buckingham Palace, the couple arrived in their open-top car, crowding with excitement. Thousands were then patiently waiting for the kiss - and then a surprise second. The moment was captured on giant screens in London's Hyde Park, Trafalgar Square and many other gardens, squares and street parties. Across the UK, and indeed the world. At the time, Westminster City Council said that the Royal Wedding was the capital's biggest event. Head of Operations Paul Reid said he estimated about one million people were on the streets of London. In a day of unparalleled goodwill, there were only 52 arrests among the crowd, despite the police being heavily crowded.
Prince George and Princess Charlotte, along with the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, christened her on 5 July 2015 at the Church of St Mary Magdalene in Sandrin
William proposed to Kate's father in October 2010 while on vacation in Kenya to ask for her daughter's hand after a marathon eight-year courtship. Kate and William first met at St. Andrews University, where they were both studying the history of art and lived close to each other in the halls of residence during their first year. It was at a charity fashion show in March 2002, at a charity fashion show in March 2002, when Kate wore a sheer black lace dress, stating that she had first turned Prince's head. en-hi en Kate wore a sheer black dress, stating that she had turned the head of the prince for the first time. They moved in together with friends in 2002, but have not become a proper item around Christmas 2003, it seems. Their romance was revealed on a skiing holiday in Closters in 2004, but William famously proclaimed: 'I don't want to get married until I'm at least 28 or maybe 30' - a very long wait. Setting the stage for They separated in April 2007 as William became increasingly involved in the Armed Forces in his career, but was secretly united within weeks.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge join with their children Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis as they attend NHS carers on 23 April 2020 in London as part of BBC Children in Need and Comic Relief 'Big Night' Clap for. Prince William, Kate Middleton and their children take part in a special pantomime performance at London's Palladium Theater, hosted by The National Lottery, on 11 December 2020 thanks to key activists and their families for their efforts during the epidemic To give
wedding dates: 10,000 CANAPES, 5,000 police officers and two billion TV viewers Prince Charles' bioethanol 41-year-old Aston Martin runs entirely on wine. It was converted in 2008 The cake had 17 different types of flowers made of sugar paste, each chosen by Kate for its meaning or symbolism. There were a total of 900 sugar paste flowers in the cake An estimated one million people lined the streets - and two billion were watching the world over 10,000 canapes were prepared by 21 chefs for the Buckingham Palace reception Mentioned 268,777 times on Facebook during wedding ceremony More than 5,000 police officers were on duty to ensure that the incident took place 1902 State Landau took William and Catherine to Buckingham Palace for the reception, which Charles and Diana had used 30 years earlier on their wedding day. 10,000 people were flown to Trafalgar Square to see the ceremony on the big screen More than 1,300 armed forces personnel played a role in the wedding Kate Middleton's bridal train measured two meters and 70 cm The huge increase in electricity demand marked the end of Kate's television coverage and William's procession at Buckingham Palace. Coming back to Television Studios at 1240 noon, the 2,400 MW boost was equivalent to about one million kettles being boiled at once. The top three blows are in demand at the end of a penalty shoot-out for England's World Cup semi-final against West Germany in 1990; 2,600 MW after the 1984 episode of The Thorn birds; And an increase of 2,570 MW at half-time during the semi-final match against Brazil in the 2002 World Cup. OK? Look at me . let's do it! 'Ten years ago, 2.4 billion saw William and Kate tying the knot. And there are words that sparked the kiss - now, in lofty detail, guru storyteller Jonathan Mayo recreates each glorious moment Legend has it that, while she was in school, young Kate Middleton had a picture of Prince William on her dormitory wall. They eventually met as students at St. Andrew's University and dated for eight years, separated for some time in 2007. Then in October 2010, they got engaged on a holiday in Kenya. William brought with him his mother's engagement ring. His girlfriend was not 'Wait Katie'. When the wedding date was set, William told his team that he wanted the day to be "as enjoyable as possible for as many people as possible." Magic moments: First kiss on the balcony. Legend has it that, while she was in school, young Kate Middleton had a picture of Prince William on her dormitory wall Friday, April 29, 2011 7am Katherine Elizabeth Middleton is waking up in her £ 5,000-a-night suite at the exclusive Goring Hotel, close to Buckingham Palace. This is his last day as a normal person. Middleton has booked Göring's 69 rooms for family and friends. The cost of the wedding is being divided between the Queen, Prince Charles and Middleton. Policing is being paid for the taxpayer. There is speculation that the Middleton family cost £ 250,000 at the wedding. 7.15am Thousands of people around the world stand on the procession route between the Palace and Westminster Abbey. Some have slept overnight in nearby parks. So far, rain was predicted. Despite the opening hour, well-wishers are loudly singing Rules Britannia and drinking champagne. There are 5,000 police and soldiers on duty; In the days before the wedding, the Met has rounded up scores of potential firefighters, including a group of anarchists who planned to pen the heads of effigies of the royal family with mock guillotines.
Made of Honor Pippa helps her sister Abby at Kate Middleton's Royal Wedding from Prince William of Wales on April 29, 2018 7.30am
The government has today declared a public holiday, and thousands of street parties are being made nationwide. Some pubs are selling 'Kiss Mere Kate' wine and 'Fashion Kat Not all employers gave days to their workforce. Brendan Barber, general secretary of the Trades Union Congress, says: 'A significant minority of tight-lipped companies have decided to ignore the national mood. They are insisting the staff be chained to their desks while all the rest are enjoying the bank holiday. ' Tesco has said that its employees who work today will be given up to triple pay. 7.45am Princess William and Harry spend the night at Clarence House. William did not sleep much due to the noise outside. The previous evening, the brothers went out to talk to the crowd at the mall; William gave his police just five minutes of warning about his counterpart walkout. For one family member, William admitted that he was afraid to 'stray from his lines'. He asked the other: 'Will you wave? I will step back. ' William and Kate have told the public, friends, and family that instead of a wedding gift, they would prefer to donate to one of the 26 smaller charities. More than £ 1 million has been raised so far. 8.30am While her brother James is having breakfast at Clarence House with William and Harry, Kate is in her bedroom at the Goring Hotel, her hair done by stylist Richard Ward. She tells him that her only job is to make sure that by the time I reach the altar, William should be able to recognize me! It would take three hours to style her hair well. Ward later describes today as' the child gig of the century.
Thousands of people waving British flags waiting for Britain's Prince William and his wife Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, to appear in the balcony of Buckingham Palace 9am The doors of Westminster Abbey are opened to the congregation to take their place. The first guest list prepared by Lord Chamberlain had 777 names, most of whom were dignitaries and officials whom William and Kate had never heard of. William recalled: 'He said:' These are the people we should invite. 'I looked at it thoroughly and said:' I think we should start again. ' ' William asked the queen for advice: 'I asked' do we need to do this? 'And he said' no. Start with your friends first and go from there. 'He made the point that there is a certain time when you have to strike the right balance. ' In fact, William and Queen have either met in person or spoken over the phone (sometimes on the Emperor's mobile) in the wedding run-up. 10am Guests arriving at the Abbey, along with celebrities such as Elton John and Rowan Atkinson, people from Kate's home village Kate, including butchers, pub landlords and postmen. David Beckham arrives with his pregnant wife Victoria. The footballer is wearing his OBE on the wrong side of his Ralph Lauren morning suit (it should be worn on the left). London Mayor Boris Johnson gets into a wedding tail that he claims he has rented from the High Street store Moss Brothers. His wife Marina Wheeler, who is half Indian, is wearing a traditional shalwar kameez. 10.15am The streets of central London now hold more than a million people, and in some places, the sidewalks are 20 deep. William and Harry arrive at Abhay, who briefly stops at the Cenotaph to pay his respects to his fallen companions. The groom is in the uniform of a Colonel of the Irish Guards and his best man in the uniform of a captain of the blues and royals. Harry's uniform has a pocket specifically for the ring. William wanted to choose what he wore on the day of his wedding, but the queen insisted that he should marry in his Irish Guards uniform. 'You don't always get what you want [with the queen], keep it that way!' He later joked. However, on that day his grandmother made him his Royal Highness the Duke of Cambridge, Earl of Strathearn and Baron Carrickfergus. The princes made their way downstream and to the chapel of St. Edmund, where the groom traditionally waits for his bride to arrive. 10.27am Kate's mom Carol walks out of the limousine with her son James. He is under special investigation. The granddaughter of a miner, she once worked as a ground staff for British Airways and had several months of jib about her humble beginnings. Caroline is wearing a pale blue crepeaddress by Catherine Walker, one of Princess Diana's favorite designers. Carroll's brother Gary, the family's black sheep, who live in a house in Spain called 'La Maison de Bang Bang', was shut down in the abbey by television cameras. Eagle-eyed TV viewers discover that David Beckham is now wearing an OBE to the right of his jacket. 10.30am The next princesses to come are Beatrice and Eugenie. Everyone's eyes are on Beatrice's flamboyant, tall pink Philip Tracy Hat. 'He has an octopus on his head or a pair of antlers?' Asked the Daily Mail the next day. In May 2011, Beatrice sells the cap for £ 80,000 and gives money to the charity.
Fashion Parade: Princess Useni and Beatrice at the Royal Wedding in 2011 10.51am Kate leaves from the Gating Hotel and enters a Rolls Royce. The world has a brief glimpse of the wedding dress, designed by Sarah Burton of fashion house Alexander McQueen. It is made of satin and lace, with a 9 ft train and a curtain of ivory silk tulle, which was loaned by the queen to Kate. National emblems of rose, thistle, daffodil and shamrock are inscribed on the dress. Kate's bouquet includes Sweet William, The Valley's Lily, Ivy, and a stem from a mirel planted by Queen Victoria in 1845. Michael Middleton gets in the car after his daughter and carefully arranges the train. At a marquee in Bucklebury, a crowd is watching TV coverage on the big screen. A woman says: 'Oh my God. Oh My God! see her! She is so thin and beautiful, she is like a princess! ' She is a princess, you idiot ' 10.54am Pippa Middleton, Made of Honor, Bridesmaids, and Page Boy leave the Abbey's West Door in their car. Bridesmaids are all dressed in a balerie-length white frock, which consists of pale gold silk sax, tied at the back with a bow. Pageboys, wearing a Regency-style red tunic of a foot guard officer, echoing William's Irish Guards. Pippa is wearing a slim ivory dress, also designed by Sarah Burton. His floor instantly inspired tribute sites on Facebook. 11.01am A minute late, the bride arrives at Westminster Abbey. Pippa helps her sister out of the car and grabs the train. A relaxed Kate waves the crowd and then holds her father's hand. Michael Middleton looks uniquely nervous. 11.03am As Parry's Coronation Anthem 'I Was Glad' plays, the bride walks down the aisle between a 'living avenue' of eight 25-foot-tall trees: six field maples and two hornbeams. Maples are chosen because they symbolize the humility and flexibility of hornbeams. He would later be repeated at Prince Charles' holiday home in Wales. Abhay is also decorated with around 30,000 flowers. Harry turns and looks downstairs, then whispers something in his brother's ear, and they both laugh. Harry told the press a few days ago, 'It is great that she is now becoming part of the family. I have always wished for a sister and now I have one. ' Kate reaches William. 'You look beautiful, beautiful,' he says, then leans in to mock his soon-to-be father-in-law: 'Just a small family affair. . . 11.15 The crowd outside the abbey sings with hymns, which are a favorite of William and Kate. The service is led by Rowan Williams, Archbishop of Canterbury, and as they say, 'Catherine Elizabeth, should this person, to be your husband, live together according to God's law in the sacred estate of Maithoni? ' Kate looks nervous for the first time. 11.20 William pushed a band of Welsh gold on Kate's finger. On the other hand, Kate is wearing Princess Diana's diamond and sapphire engagement ring. William said that she chose her mother's ring because, apparently, she is not going to share any kind of fun and excitement. . . This was my way of keeping her close to me. ' When the Archbishop says: 'I pronounce that they are man and wife together, the congregation can hear the crowd outside the roar. An estimated 2.4 billion are now watching service worldwide on television. 11.35am When the Archbishop says: 'I pronounce they are man and wife together, Richard Chartres, Bishop of London, turns to William and Kate and begins his sermon with a quote from St. Catherine of Siena, which today Is the day of: "Who are God you are and you will set the world on fire." The purpose of marriage is a way in which Man and woman help each other what it means to be God - their deepest and deepest selves. "Can hear the crowd outside the roar." An estimated 2.4 billion are now watching service worldwide on television. He ends his sermon by saying: 'I pray that we all be present, and many millions of people are watching this ceremony and sharing your joy today, your support and support in your new life We will do everything in our power to do it. ' Fourteen years ago, the night before Princess Diana's funeral, the bishop held a vigil by her coffin at Kensington Palace. 12.15pm The service is over, the new Duke and Duchess of Cambridge emerge through the west gate. The crowd screams and Abhay rings the bell. The couple boarded the State Landau in 1902 to visit Buckingham Palace, the same vehicle Charles and Diana had used 30 years earlier. The queen turns to the Duke of Edinburgh and says: 'Well, that was great, wasn't it?' Beckham, who attended the royal wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton in April 2011 12.25pm As soon as the car goes to the mall, the sun comes out for the first time. Kate tells William: 'Are you happy now? Yes! It was a beautiful service. It was indeed. It was amazing. I am proud that you are my wife! As they pass through the cenotaph, William greets the monument and Kate ties her head. When the couple arrive at Buckingham Palace, the sudden power demand increases by 2,400 MW - the power required to boil around one lakh kettles. This is the fourth-largest power surge since England's semifinal penalty shootout defeat at the 1990 World Cup, and the semi-final penalty shootout against Brazil in the 2002 World Cup semi-final against Brazil and the Thorn Birds in 1983. . 12.45pm Guests at Westminster Abbey are now gone and staff are beginning to clear up. Ben Sheward, an activist at Abby's, walks back into the building and drives under a cave located among the trees. ITV cameras capture this effortless display and beam photos from around the world; Ben becomes an instant international celebrity. A Westminster Abbey spokesman says: "Like all of us, the workers were very happy that the service had gone according to plan and was expressing their enthusiasm. ' In the Buckingham Palace throne room, official photos are being taken by society photographer Hugo Bernand; He has been preparing for three days. His team also includes six of his mother Ursi, a photographer who keeps bridesmaids and page boys happy with a bowl of jelly beans. Hugo Bernand later says: 'We were very ready and had rehearsed the stopwatch dress for a second throughout the day. Not only did we have spare parts for each piece of equipment, but we also had parts for the parts, so the day we were more excited than scared. The atmosphere among our team is 'Bring it!' Was more along the lines of. 'His photographs will be edited in the throne room and released to the world within hours. 1.25pm The balcony doors open and William and Kate move on. 'Wow!' Kate said when she sees the crowd below them. He was then joined by the rest of the Royal Family, Middlets and Bridesmaids and Pageboys. Millions of people are chanting for the newlyweds to kiss. William looks at Kate and says: 'Well? Look at me - let's do it. ' Harry: After they've kissed, he yells over to his brother, who is standing next to the groom and sister of Honor Pippa Middleton's maid! your turn!' Then William kisses Kate once again. Meanwhile, William's granddaughter, three-year-old bridesmaid Grace van Couetem, covers her ears because of the crowd's food. The noise only gets louder, however, as the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight and then the RAF Tornadoes and Typhoons roar. 1.40pm William and Kate are giving a lunch reception at Buckingham Palace for 600 people, all of whom were in the wedding service. Surprisingly 10,000 canapés are served during the two-hour occasion prepared by a 21-strong team of kitchen staff. Now he is the Duchess, Kate has a habit of saluting the palace's policemen, and the servants bow or nod their heads. Across the country, more than 5,500 famous street parties are going on. Brothers in Abhay. William and Harry approach Abhay, stopping briefly at the cenotaph to pay respect to their fallen comrades. 2.30pm Prince Charles is giving a speech and telling his new daughter-in-law: 'We are lucky for him.' He remembers William as a teenager who plays loud music in his bedroom for hours on end and advises not to slap. William then praises his new wife and thanks his grandmother for hosting the reception The couple cut an eight-tiered wedding cake, which is made up of 17 different cakes; This pastry chef Fiona Cairns and her team took two and a half days to assemble and had to remove the door of a palace to get it safely inside. Listen, you are desolating my house, 'the queen says to Fiona. In 2013, the top tier of wedding cakes will be served in Prince George's christening. 3.30pm The reception ends and guests are taken to the gardens behind the Palace, where the Prince of Wales awaits the dark blue open-topped Aston Martin Volante. The car, which has been adapted by environmentally conscious Charles to run on alcohol, is decorated by Prince Harry with balloons and ribbons and a 'JU5T WED' number plate. Kate and her wedding dress sit on the passenger seat with their 9-foot train and William travels short distances to the Clare House through the cheery crowd. A yellow RAF C King helicopter flies overhead and greets the couple. Flight Lieutenant Wells is a fully qualified search and rescue pilot in the RAF Valley. 5pm At Clarence House, Kate and William are taking advantage of a break in ceremonies to re-watch their wedding ceremony on television and relax. 8pm At the Ballroom at Buckingham Palace, a party for 300 close friends and family is starting. The Queen and Duke of Edinburgh stayed away to help keep the evening informal. Kate is changed into a floor-length white satin gown, William in a black tie. Welsh seafood is being served to guests, followed by a trio of lamb and trio from Prince Charles' farm in Highgrove. Later in the evening, two vans gathered in the quadrangle of the Palace will serve bacon buti and ice cream for the revelations. 9.30 pm The party is hosted by Prince Charles but Prince Harry sits next to his on-off girlfriend Chelsea Davy, master of ceremonies. Without notes, Harry talks about his mother, then teases William 'The Dude' about his recurring hairline and how he used to kill Harry and shoot aerial rifles at him. Harry says that he loves Kate, 'The Duchess' like a sister. Jamie Lothar-Pinkerton, whose son Billy was a pageboy, later states that Harry was' absolutely brilliant, weeping, witty, and capturing everyone and keeping everyone tied to his speech but still making everyone laugh. is'. Singer Ellie Golding and her band are providing entertainment. His opening number for William and Kate's first dance is Elton John's 1970 hit Your song. 3 AM A DJ finishes his set with the Beatles' She Loves You and Kate and William joins his cousin David Linley's open-top Yellow Fiat 500. As a chauffeur leads them around the block and back to Buckingham Palace, the couple stand with their guests. Their wedding night will be spent in the Belgian suite of the Palace, where the Queen and Duke of Edinburgh lived during the early part of their reign. 3.10 pm Harry, dressed in a black dinner jacket and a three-button undone white shirt, leaves Buckingham Palace to lead the party to another venue of the night - the party. William and Harry did not want their friends to talk to the press as they left the Palace, so they hired three coaches to ferry them judiciously to Göring, where Butler in the bowler's cap welcomes him. Later Instead of going on a honeymoon, William goes straight back to work in the valley for RAF search and rescue. The hotel the couple originally wanted in the Seychelles was fully booked and William and Kate were unwilling to ask for mnagement to make room for them and to cancel other people's bookings. 'There is no way we are going to do this. This could be their honeymoon, 'says William. Open in Google Translate•