Friday, April 29, 2011

Britain celebrates monarchy as Kate, William wed

With a smile that lit up TV screens around the world, Kate Middleton married Prince William in a union that promised to revitalize the British monarchy. A million people roared their approval as the royal couple then paraded through London in an open carriage.

Even knowing that an immense television audience was tuning in to watch, the couple managed, at times, to appear in their own private world Friday, both at Westminster Abbey and on the balcony of Buckingham Palace.

William whispered to Kate, who radiated contentment and joy, as they pledged their lives to one another at the church with the simple words "I will."

After a ceremonial tour around London, they then delivered two � not one � sweet, slightly self-conscious kisses on the balcony, with William blushing deeply at the highly anticipated event. Within moments, a flyby of vintage and modern Royal Air Force planes roared overhead.

For much of the world, the wedding was a dramatic introduction to Middleton's beguiling star power. Despite the pressure, the 29-year-old carried the day with an easy smile, youthful exuberance and a sense of decorum that matched the event.

After the ceremony, Middleton curtsied easily before Queen Elizabeth II, comfortably sharing the stage with the woman who has reigned since 1952.

The sighting of Middleton's wedding gown � the biggest secret of the day prompted swoons of admiration as she stepped out of a Rolls-Royce with her father at the abbey. Against all odds, the sun broke through steely gray skies at precisely that moment.

Her ivory-and-white satin dress � with its plunging neckline, long lacy shoulders and sleeves and a train over 2-meters (yards) long � was designed by Sarah Burton at Alexander McQueen. Middleton's hair was half-up, half-down, decorated with dramatic veil and a tiara on loan from the queen. Her dramatic diamond earrings were a gift from her parents.

"It's a dream," said Jennie Bond, a leading British monarchy expert and royal wedding consultant for The Associated Press. "It is a beautiful laced soft look, which is extremely elegant. She looked stunning."

The structured dress, which emphasized Middleton's slim figure, reminded some of the wedding dress worn by a princess from another era, the late Grace Kelly of Monaco.

William, second-in-line to the throne after his father, Prince Charles, wore the scarlet tunic of an Irish Guards officer, reinforcing his new image as a dedicated military man.

Maid of honor Pippa Middleton wore a simple column dress and naturally styled hair, while best man Prince Harry was dressed in formal military attire. The flower girls, in cream dresses with full skirts and flowers in their hair, walked down hand-in-hand with Pippa.

The couple's first royal wedding present came from the queen: the royal titles of the duke and duchess of Cambridge.

A flood of well-wishers � as well as some protesters � packed central London, especially around Buckingham Palace, Westminster Abbey and other landmarks beginning at dawn, despite cool temperatures and the threat of rain. Cheers erupted as huge television screens began broadcasting at Trafalgar Square and Hyde Park.

"Will, it's not too late!" read one sign held aloft by an admirer dressed as a bride.

The Metropolitan Police estimated the crowd peaked at one million along the route, with around 500,000 people in and around The Mall trying to catch a glimpse of the couple's kiss.

The iconic abbey was airy and calm, the long aisle leading to the altar lined with maple and hornbeam trees as light streamed in through the high arched windows. The soft green trees framed the couple against the red carpet as they walked down the aisle, having recited their vows without stumbling before Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams.

The royal couple smiled broadly as they were driven to Buckingham Palace in the open-topped State Landau, a carriage built in 1902, escorted by four white horses and followed by scarlet-clad troops on horseback.

Later in the afternoon, William and Middleton delighted the crowds outside of Buckingham Palace by going out for a spin in a dark-blue Aston Martin Volante convertible festooned with ribbons, bows and balloons and bearing the ceremonial license plate "JU5T WED."

It drove down London's Mall for a couple minutes before pulling in to Clarence House, drawing cheers from the lingering crowd.

The Aston Martin has been owned since 1969 by Prince Charles, an ardent environmentalist who had the car converted so that it could run on bioethanol made from the waste matter generated by English wine production.

It was accompanied by a search-and-rescue helicopter in a special flyby. William is a serving search-and-rescue pilot on the island of Anglesey in Wales.

The palace was holding two parties, one hosted by the queen for 650 guests, and an evening dinner dance for 300 close friends. The queen and her husband have promised to go away for the evening, leaving the younger royals free to party the night away_ and Harry to make his best man's speech away from his grandparents' ears.

British singer Ellie Goulding, 24, is reportedly going to perform, and rumors have it that Harry has even planned a breakfast for those with the stamina to dance all night.

Plumage of Amazonian variety filled the cavernous abbey as some 1,900 guests filed in, the vast majority of women in hats, some a full two feet (half a meter) across or high. Several looked like dinner plates, and one woman wore a bright red fascinator that resembled a flame licking her cheek. A BBC commentator noted there were some "very odd (fashion) choices" walking through the abbey door.

Most men, however, looked elegant and suave in long tails, some highlighted by formal plaid pants and vests. Others wore military uniforms.

The queen, of course, wore a soft yellow hat and coat dress, just like the bookies had predicted.

All the details � the wedding dress, her hair, their titles, the romantic kiss on the balcony, the honeymoon � were finally being answered. But the biggest question won't be resolved for years: Will this royal couple live happily ever after?

Will their union endure like that of William's grandparents � Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, now in its 64th year � or crumble in a spectacular and mortifying fashion like that of his own parents, Prince Charles and Princess Diana?

Recent history augurs badly: The first marriages of three of the queen's four children ended in divorce. But William and Kate seem to glow with happiness in each other's company, and unlike Charles and Diana they've had eight years to figure out that they want to be together.

Still, the fate of their marriage depends on private matters impossible for the public to gauge, since any wedding is fundamentally about two people. Will their lives together, starting with such high hopes, be blessed by good fortune, children, good health, productive work?

Much will depend on whether 28-year-old William and 29-year-old Kate can summon the things every couple needs: patience, love, wit and wisdom. But they face the twin burdens of fame and scrutiny. Money, power, beauty it can all go wrong if not carefully nurtured.

These are the thorny issues upon which the fate of the monarchy rests, as the remarkable queen, now 85, inevitably ages and declines.

Hundreds of street parties were under way as Britons celebrated the heritage that makes them unique � and overseas visitors came to witness those traditions.

Brenda Hunt-Stevenson, a 56-year-old retired teacher from Newfoundland, Canada, said there was only one thing on her mind. "I want to see that kiss on that balcony. That's going to clinch it for me. I don't care what Kate wears. She is beautiful anyway."

The celebration was British to the core, from the freshly polished horse-drawn carriages to the sausages and lager served at street parties. Some pubs opened early in the morning, offering beer and English breakfasts sausages, beans, toast, fried eggs and bacon.

Police said they had arrested 43 people for offenses including drunkenness, breach of peace, and theft.

The festivities reflected Britons' continuing fascination with the royal family, which despite its foibles remains a powerful symbol of unity and pride.

"It's very exciting," Prime Minister David Cameron said. "I went on to the mall last night and met some people sleeping on the streets. There's a sense of excitement that you can't really put a word to ... it's a chance to celebrate."

Others disagreed. John Deery, 45, from west London, described the royal family as "unjustifiable" in the modern day and age.

"What I want is a democratic alternative to the monarchy," he said.

A number of famous people were left off the guest list, including President Barack Obama and Britain's last two prime ministers, Tony Blair and Gordon Brown of the Labour Party, which is not as strong a backer of the monarchy as the governing Conservatives. Some critics call that a snub which could resonate for years among Labour voters.

The royals fervently hope that a joyous union for William and Kate will erase the squalid memories of his parents' embarrassing confessions of adultery as their marriage tumbled toward divorce.

And there is no small irony in the sight of Americans waking up before dawn (on the East Coast) or staying up all night (West Coast) after their fellow countrymen fought so fiercely centuries ago to throw off the yoke of the British monarchy and proclaim a country in which all men are created equal.

Brenda Mordic, 61, from Columbus, Georgia, clutched a Union Jack with her friend Annette Adams, 66.

"We came for the excitement of everything," Mordic said. "We watched William grow up. I came for Prince Charles' wedding to Diana and I came for Princess Diana's funeral. We love royalty England and London."

Sometime after the ceremony, a television caught a church official at the abbey doing a cartwheel between the abandoned chairs. The footage, rebroadcast on national television, drew amused commentary from announcers. The abbey confirmed that the cartwheeler was a verger the name given to a church official such as an usher or a sacristan but refused to give his name.

Royal Wedding OF Princess Kate and Williams

Royal Wedding

There was no doubt that Kate and William made a smashing couple, but the now newlyweds looked absolutely perfect for their wedding that took place just a few hours ago at the gorgeous Westminister Abbey.

Now Princess Kate looked absolutely stunning in a gorgeous traditional ball gown wearing the same tiara that Princess Diana wore on her wedding day 30 years ago.SEE HERE MORE PICS OF THERE WEDDING.

Royal Wedding OF Princess Kate and Williams

William & Kate make first public appearance after wedding

William & Kate make first public appearance after wedding
I love that you can see that they are actually in love, it seems as if they are really taking in the moments here.

And now to my absolute favorite part of the entire affair...THE KISS!
Prince William and Princess Kate Kiss
Congratulations to the newlywed Prince and Princess, I only wish the both of them many years of joy and happiness, filled with love! SEE MORE PICTURES HERE..

Princess Kate Middleton Latest Wedding photos and pictures

Wedding Pictures Of Princess Kate Middleton and Williams

Wedding Pictures Of Princess Kate Middleton and Williams

Wedding Pictures Of Princess Kate Middleton and Williams

Wedding Pictures Of Princess Kate Middleton and Williams

Wedding Pictures Of Princess Kate Middleton and Williams

Wedding Pictures Of Princess Kate Middleton and Williams

Wedding Pictures Of Princess Kate Middleton and Williams

Wedding Pictures Of Princess Kate Middleton and Williams

Wedding Pictures Of Princess Kate Middleton and Williams

Wedding Pictures Of Princess Kate Middleton and Williams

Wedding Pictures Of Princess Kate Middleton and Williams

Princess Kate and William's Royal Wedding Pictures

Princess Kate and Prince William's Royal Wedding wedding was today. It was an awesome day for both of them and people all over the world her are some nice Wedding Pictures of Princess Kate Middleton and William. Hope people who are looking for nice pics will like these.

Kate Middleton Wedding Dress And Photos
Kate Middleton, who managed to keep the information under wraps until her Friday (April 29) emergence at Westminster Abbey, is wearing a gown by Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen.

Sister Pippa
, wearing a dress by Nicki Macfarlane, holds Kate's train:

Kate Middleton Wedding Dress And Photos
"The lace appliqu� for the bodice and skirt was hand-made by the Royal School of Needlework, based at Hampton Court Palace.  The lace design was hand-engineered (appliqu�d) using the Carrickmacross lace-making technique, which originated in Ireland in the 1820s.  Individual flowers have been hand-cut from lace and hand-engineered onto ivory silk tulle to create a unique and organic design, which incorporates the rose, thistle, daffodil and shamrock. 

"Hand-cut English lace and French Chantilly lace has been used throughout the bodice and skirt, and has been used for the underskirt trim.  With laces coming from different sources, much care was taken to ensure that each flower was the same colour.  The whole process was overseen and put together by hand by Ms Burton and her team.

Kate Middleton Wedding Dress And Photos
 "The dress is made with ivory and white satin gazar.  The skirt echoes an opening flower, with white satin gazar arches and pleats.  The train measures two metres 70 centimetres.  The ivory satin bodice, which is narrowed at the waist and padded at the hips, draws on the Victorian tradition of corsetry and is a hallmark of Alexander McQueen's designs.  The back is finished with 58 gazar and organza covered buttons fastened by Rouleau loops.  The underskirt is made of silk tulle trimmed with Cluny lace."

Middleton crowned off a loose hairstyle with a veil and the Queen's halo tiara, loaned especially for the day, made in 1936.

Kate Middleton Wedding Dress And Photos

Why Burton/McQueen?

"Miss Middleton chose British brand Alexander McQueen for the beauty of its craftsmanship and its respect for traditional workmanship and the technical construction of clothing.  Miss Middleton wished for her dress to combine tradition and modernity with the artistic vision that characterises Alexander McQueen's work."
M Queen took his own life in February 2010. A retrospective of the designer's work will launch Monday (May 2) at the Metropolitan Museum of Art's Costume Institute Gala.

Kate Middleton Wedding Dress And Photos

Kate Middleton Wedding Dress And Photos

Kate Middleton Wedding Dress And Photos

Kate wears dress by McQueen designer

Smiling broadly and waving to the cheering crowd outside Westminster Abbey, the 29-year-old clutched a bouquet of flowers that included Sweet William. Inside, her groom Prince William showed his appreciation, mouthing: "You look beautiful."

Burton, the 36-year-old creative director of fashion house Alexander McQueen, had long been tipped for the commission, but palace officials had remained tight-lipped right up until the moment Kate stepped out of the car.

They said the bride has "worked closely" with Burton in formulating the design, which she wanted to "combine tradition and modernity".

In a design that echoed the dress worn by Grace Kelly when she married Prince Rainier III of Monaco in 1956, Kate's gown had long sleeves in lace which drew down over the ivory satin bodice to form a V-neckline.

The bodice narrowed at her tiny waist and was padded at the hips, flaring to a skirt resembling an open flower, with white satin gazar arches and pleats.

Her train measured 2.7 metres (8.8 feet) relatively short by royal standards, particularly Princess Diana's, which was 25-feet long (7.6 metres).

The train and bodice were adorned by delicate lace applique flowers, in a unique design that incorporated the rose, thistle, daffodil and shamrock the four floral emblems of the United Kingdom.

Members of the Royal School of Needlework worked on the intricate lace detailing, washing their hands every 30 minutes to keep it pristine, and changing their needles every three hours to keep them sharp.

"It's a bridal gown of very refined detail, much more refined than the one Diana wore" at her marriage to William's father Prince Charles in 1981, commented German couturier Karl Lagerfeld, adding: "It's very pretty."

Harriet Quick, fashion features director at Vogue, said: "It is absolutely beautiful and very restrained and quite modest in many ways.

"It has lots of echoes of Grace Kelly's wedding dress but I think Sarah Burton's created something really beautiful for her, with a very simple veil, the incredible lace and that prettiest of necklines."

Kate's veil was made of layers of soft, ivory silk tulle with a trim of hand-embroidered flowers. It fell to just below her waist, held in place by a Cartier tiara lent to her by Prince William's grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II. Related article: Queen wins cheers in yellow

Her diamond earrings, a gift from her parents, evoked her family's new coat of arms with an oak leaf design. On her feet, she wore hand-made Alexander McQueen shoes made of ivory duchesse satin and lace.

Kate held a bouquet containing lily of the valley, which symbolises the return of happiness; sweet William, which means gallantry; hyacinth, constancy of love; ivy, fidelity; and myrtle, the emblem of love and marriage.

Burton also created the dress for Kate's sister Pippa, 26, who was her maid of honour. It was simple and elegant, made of heavy ivory satin-based crape with the same button detail and lace trims as the bride's dress.

The designer said Kate looked "absolutely stunning".

"It has been the experience of a lifetime to work with Catherine Middleton to create her wedding dress, and I have enjoyed every moment of it," she said, adding that it had been "such an incredible honour to be asked".

The dress was the work of skilled workmanship from across Britain, and Burton paid tribute in her design to the Arts and Crafts tradition.

Burton took over as creative director after Alexander Lee McQueen committed suicide in February 2010. The 36-year-old graduate of Central St Martin's fashion college had worked side by side with him for 14 years.

The dress is expected to spawn a thousand reproductions.

Elizabeth Emanuel, who created Diana's fairytale ivory silk taffeta wedding gown in 1981 with her husband David, is still being asked to make copies.

"There are going to be people watching as she walks down the aisle with their sketch pads, with the machinists and pattern cutters all ready and waiting. By the next morning you'll see copies in the high street," she said.

Kate's wedding dress by Sarah Burton

As a smiling Kate Middleton entered Westminster Abbey to meet Prince William, officials confirmed long speculation that Burton had made her dress. They had previously refused to give even the slightest detail about it.

"Miss Middleton wished for her dress to combine tradition and modernity with the artistic vision that characterises Alexander McQueens work," officials said in a statement.

"Miss Middleton worked closely with Sarah Burton in formulating the design of her dress."

They said the dress made with ivory and white satin gazar, with a train measuring 2.7 metres (8.8 feet) and lace sleeves, "epitomises timeless British craftsmanship".

The bride had also borrowed a tiara loaned to her by Prince William's grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II.

Burton took over as creative director at the label after McQueen committed suicide in February 2010. She had previously worked side by side with him for 14 years.

The 36-year-old graduate of Central St Martin's had long been tipped as the wedding dress designer.

A woman wearing a studded leather belt doubled through the loops of her jeans, in a fashion identical to the one favoured by Burton, was photographed on Thursday evening slipping into the Goring Hotel where Kate was staying.

Her head was hidden under a huge fur hat in an attempt to avoid identification.

The dress is expected to spawn a thousand reproductions.

Elizabeth Emanuel, who created Diana's fairytale wedding gown in 1981 with her husband David, is still being asked to make copies of that gown, an ivory silk taffeta frock with a 25-foot (7.6-metre) long train.

"Exactly as it happened in 1981, there are going to be people watching as she walks down the aisle with their sketch pads, with the machinists and pattern cutters all ready and waiting. By the next morning you'll see copies in the high street," Emanuel said.

Television brings wedding pageantry to world

Like guests who whisper asides to their friends from the back pews, the commoners in the media kept the mood lighthearted Friday as cameras captured every angle of the royal wedding of Britain's Prince William and Kate Middleton.

Millions followed the event throughout the world on television, their computers and hand-held devices. The media enabled anyone who cared to become a wedding guest.

"At this moment every woman in the world envies Kate," a blogger who writes under the pen name Xiao Luolo said on China's Internet news portal Sohu.

Without a royal title, royal friendship or celebrity pedigree, few made it into the ceremony in person. Yet the cameras made it a remarkably intimate event: You could see William struggle slightly to fit a ring on his new wife's finger and the choir singer who neglected to shave in the morning. You wondered whether William's heavy eyelids indicated he would drift off during the service. He didn't.

Even the private moments truly weren't. Media members used lip-readers to suggest that William joked on the altar to his father-in-law, "We were supposed to have just a small family affair."

"I've been crying," said Jenny Crwys-Williams of South Africa's Radio 702, where the wedding dominated the media in early afternoon there. "I don't think anyone who's watching the ceremony hasn't been crying."

Media members studied up on royal trivia, and commentators stood at the ready to opine on Middleton's dress and tiara. The verdict was mostly thumbs-up, with magazine editor Tina Brown, working for ABC News in the U.S., calling the gown "deceptively sexy."

"Doesn't she look gorgeous?" asked ABC's Barbara Walters.

The bride's always a star on her wedding day, so much so that NBC's Martin Bashir even seemed impressed that Middleton could hold a bouquet in one hand and wave with the other as she was driven through the crowds to Westminster Abbey.

During the ceremony, a cheer from the crowd outside could faintly be heard at the moment the couple officially married.

"We hope you could hear the roar of England at that moment," ABC's Diane Sawyer said.

Wedding coverage started at 4 a.m. on the U.S. East Coast, and was a late-late night affair out West. Commentators kept mostly quiet during the ceremony, usually adding brief asides � like when CBS' Katie Couric noted that William wouldn't be wearing a ring, unlike his wife.

After the ceremony and the carriage rides to Buckingham Palace, things got a little giddy. NBC's "Today" show ran a ticking "countdown to the kiss" clock for when William and Kate were expected to appear on a balcony and share a smooch for the crowd below. Then it happened so quickly the cameras almost missed it.

"That was a peck!" complained Meredith Vieira.

NBC ran a slow-motion replay of the kiss before the couple bowed to pressure from the chanting crowd to kiss again. "Yeah, that's it," an approving Vieira said.

Television networks viewed the event as a respite, and the world's woes rarely intruded upon their coverage. NBC's top anchor Brian Williams was absent, however, after flying back to the United States before the wedding to anchor news coverage of the South's deadly tornado outbreak.

Couric wore a striking pink jacket for what is likely her last major news event at CBS (she's stepping down as anchor in the coming weeks). She looked comfortable in a setting that reflected her time on morning television at the "Today" show and allowed her to flash some irreverence. She reported about the queen conferring long new titles upon her grandson and his bride.

"What the heck does that mean?" she asked a dour-faced historian sitting beside her.

Her former NBC colleague, Matt Lauer, read the titles and joked that it was going to require "a business card seven and a half inches long. It's going to be huge." Befitting their status as American television's most popular morning show, the "Today" team sat behind a desk decorated with their show's name topped by a crown.

Brits brought on to the American networks were noticeably most excited by the event. ABC's "royal correspondent" Katie Nicholl seemed heavily caffeinated next to Sawyer and Walters. Former London tabloid editor Piers Morgan, Larry King's replacement in CNN's prime time, was the centerpiece for the news network's coverage.

"I actually got goose bumps," Morgan said, noting that his 13-year-old son had just texted "happy wedding day" to him.

Fashion was a central focus as the royal guests arrived. Fox News Channel's Shepard Smith noted the tall blue perch of a woman who arrived at the abbey with a man who looked like actor Rainn Wilson of "The Office."

"I don't know where she got that hat, but you know it's going to be a big seller," said the jaunty Smith, who earlier adopted what seemed to be an exaggerated Winston Churchill impersonation in asking Steve Doocy to fill him in on the weather for "this royal morning here across the pond."

On CNN, Morgan announced the breaking news update that soccer star David Beckham was wearing a Ralph Lauren suit.

"As am I," broadcast partner Anderson Cooper interjected.

ABC's team, seemingly armed with books full of facts, chatted about wedding trains worn by royal brides in the past. Brown noted the trouble that Williams' mother, Princess Diana, had with the large headgear she wore for her wedding.

"The bridesmaids were told, time and time again, not to trod on the train," she said.

CBS took a different approach to avoid much of the dead time of small talk as guests were arriving. It broke away for an extended look back at Diana and Prince Charles' wedding in 1981.

Diana's wedding provided an important backdrop to coverage in the former British colony of Hong Kong, where the wedding was telecast in the late afternoon and early evening.

"It is exactly because Princess Diana provided the first installment, people realized, `Oh, marrying into the royal family isn't that great,'" Anny Chong said on Hong Kong's Cantonese-language Cable TV. "Firstly, now everyone wants to compare Prince William to his mother and secondly, people want to see if Kate will end up like her mother-in-law after becoming a duchess. There is a lot of suspense."

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Penelope Cruz and Javier Bardem

Penelope Cruz and Javier Bardem

Penelope Cruz and Javier Bardem

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Salma Hayek and Francois-Henri Pinault

Salma Hayek and Francois-Henri Pinault

Salma Hayek and Francois-Henri Pinault

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Sarah Michelle Gellar and Freddie Prinze Jr

Sarah Michelle Gellar and Freddie Prinze Jr

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Orlando Bloom and Miranda Kerr

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Nicole Scherzinger and Lewis Hamilton

Nicole Scherzinger and Lewis Hamilton

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Princess Kate Middleton Wedding

Princess Kate Middleton Wedding

Princess Kate Middleton Wedding

Princess Kate Middleton Wedding

Princess Kate Middleton Wedding

Princess Kate Middleton Wedding

Princess Kate Middleton Wedding

Princess Kate Middleton Wedding

Princess Kate Middleton Wedding