Royal Wedding

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Royal wedding dresses! New exhibition opens 18 October

The exhibition, featuring five Royal wedding dresses, will open 18 October at the Royal Palace of Stockholm and give visitors a unique opportunity to see the dresses in the Palace’s Hall of State.

19 June 2016 marks 40 years since The King and Queen were married in Stockholm in the early summer. To commemorate their anniversary, an exclusive exhibition will open at the Royal Palace of Stockholm this autumn, featuring five royal wedding dresses.

The dresses were worn by Queen Silvia, Crown Princess Victoria, Princess Madeleine, Princess Sofia and Princess Lilian.

The exhibition opens on 18 October 2016.

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The Royal Wedding of Prince Naveen and Princess Tiana - the procession!

The procession is lead by the King and Queen of Maldonia with the new Princesses mother, Eudora, by their side, followed by the newlywed royal couple waving to the citizens of New Orleans!

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happy f o u r t h wedding anniversary, will & kate! ♡

On April 29th, 2011 Prince William and his long-time girlfriend Catherine Middleton tied the knot in a ceremony at Westminster Abbey. Approximately 1,900 people were in attendance, while over 5,000 street parties were held throughout the United Kingdom, and one million people lined the route between Westminster Abbey and Buckingham Palace. The ceremony was viewed live by tens of millions more around the world, including 72 million on YouTube. In the United Kingdom, television audiences peaked at 26.3 million viewers, with a total of 36.7 million watching part of the coverage. The viewing figures for the event around the world have been the subject of much speculation, with Culture Secretary, Jeremy Hunt, estimating that 2 billion people would watch the wedding. The bride wore a gown by Sarah Burton at Alexander McQueen, while the groom opted for his Irish Guards mounted officer’s uniform.

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The Cambridge family  (April 2011 - July 2015)

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A watercolour made by Queen Victoria showing her daughter Victoria, Princess Royal on her wedding day. Queen Victoria records the occasion in her journal entry of that day, describing how it was “ The 2nd most eventful day in my life, as regarded feelings, for I felt almost as if it were I that was being married over again, only much more nervous

LIKE WE ALL ALREADY KNOW THIS BUT THEY’RE GOING TO GET FUCKING MARRIED AND WE’RE ALL JUST GONNA HAVE TO SIT HERE AND REALLY LIVE IN THAT MOMENT LIKE IT’S ACTUALLY REALLY GOING TO HAPPEN THEY’RE EVENTUALLY GOING TO BE OUT AND FREE AND /GET MARRIED/ AND /HAVE THOSE BABIES/ THEY’VE WANTED SINCE THEY WERE AS YOUNG AS THEY WERE I’M FURIOUS