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[文化博览] 【整理】2011-05-30 威廉王子和凯特 世纪婚礼 Royal Wedding—9

 

 

威廉王子和凯特:世纪皇室婚礼 | William and Kate : The Royal Wedding


    威廉王子和凯特已于英国时间2011年4月29日举行婚礼,社会各界对这场皇室婚礼充满了期待,它是是奢华、浪漫的代名词。 从婚礼筹备开始,安保费用创纪录外,其它花费也是令人咂舌。这场婚礼在英国国内被称作世纪婚礼,被认为是自从1981年查尔斯王子和戴安娜王妃的婚礼以来最重大的事情。本期节目将会带领你走进这一新千年的世纪婚礼,你会了解到皇室很多秘密的食物,从婚礼服装到厨师、造型师、花束、嘉宾名单、雄伟的威斯敏斯特教堂等等。听听与威廉和凯特最亲密的人的一些谈话,他们的朋友、学校密友、看着威廉长大的皇家评论员等等,节目为您展现英国现代皇室夫妻独特的风格和品位,探寻远离镜头后的王子与灰姑娘的真实面貌?



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At the Household Cavalry, the preparation starts each day at dawn. Their role for the wedding is a vital one - escorting the royal carriages from the ceremony. With nearly 200 horses to prepare, and just a few weeks to go, they've got their work cut out.

All that most people see is the more glamorous side of the job when we are out on parade and escorting Her Majesty. However, the work that goes into that behind the scenes is a punishing regime.

There are 384 boots to shine, 192 ceremonial breast plates to polish,
hoofs to file and plumes to brush, and all done painstakingly by hand.

Normally, a lot of the lads are dreading


their escort because it's an awfully lot of work that goes into it then, but this one I think the general feeling is that everyone is quite excited because they know what sort of occasion it is. They know, it's big for the, you know, it's big for the public, it’s gonna be all around the world. So a lot of the lads are quite looking forward to it; probably feel nervous, are you nervous as well?

Across London in exclusive Savile Row, Henry Poole & Co. have been hand-stitching uniforms for royal footmen since the reign of Queen Victoria.

The Uniform that I am working on here is an item of what we would term full State Livery, and this is the order of dress that is worn by the queen's footmen, coachmen, and
postilions. All the decoration that you see on here is sown on entirely by hand. It is as one of my colleagues has said on an occasion, it’s the tailoring equivalent of running a marathon.

The materials that we use are very, very traditional. If you go back to Tudor times, to the time of the first Elizabeth, red cloth was very, very expensive to find; the dyes were expensive. So if you could dress your servants in scarlet, you really had money.


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hoof: n.  horny part of the foot of a horse, an ox or a deer (马、 牛、 或鹿的)蹄

postilion: n. One who rides the near horse of the leaders to guide the horses drawing a coach 车夫

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At the household carraby, the preparation start each day at doom, their role for the wedding is
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All the most people see, it’s the all glamour side of the job when we will out of
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Across landing in exclusive saboraot , Henry Pooleg company have been hand-stiching uniforms for royal foot since the rain of Queen Victoria.
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At the Household Cavalry, the preparation starts each day at dawn. Their role for the wedding is
a vital one, as royal carriages from the ceremony with nearly two hundred horses to prepare, and just a few weeks to go, they've got their work cut out.

All the most people see, it’s the more glamour side of the job when we are out on
pray in the scotting, Her Majesty, however, the work that goes into that behind the scenes---that's a punching regime.

There are 384 boots to shine, 192 ceremony abreast plates to polish, hooks to fire and clues to brush, and all done painstakingly by hand.
Normally, a lot of less dreading this work because it's an awful work that going through, but this one I think
the general feeling that one aquires its hard because I know what sort of  occasion it is, they know, its big for the, you know, its big for the public, its gonna be all around the world. So lots would like to support, or probably feel nerves ...

Across London in exclusive Saboral Road, Henry Pooleg company have been hand-stiching uniforms for royal footmen since the reign of Queen Victoria.

“The Uniform that I am working on here is an item of what we would turn full-state livery. And this is the order of the dress that is worn by the queen's footmen, coachmen, and pestilence, all the decoration that you see on here, it's sewed only entirely by hand. It is that one of my colleagues, he said, only ocaccsion it’s the tailor equavalent to running a marathon.

The materials that we used are very very traditional. If you go back to tune the times, to the time of first Elizabeth, red cloth was very very expensive to find to dye, so expensive. So if you dress your servants in scarlet, you really have money.
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At the household cavalry, the preparation starts each day at dawn. Their role for the wedding is a vital one, as cording to royal carriages from the ceremony, with nearly 200 horses to prepare. And just few weeks to go, they’ve got their work cut out. “All the most people see is the more glamour side of the job when we are out on parade in a scouting, her majesty. However, the work that goes into that behind scenes is a punching ranching.” There are 384 boots to shine, 192 ceremonial breastplates to polish, hoops to file and blooms to brush and all done painstakingly by hand. “Normally, a lot loves the Dryden, their school, because there’s no full of work that goes into them. But this one, I think, a general feeling, is that everyone quite excited, because I know what’s all occasion that is. I know. It’s big for the pu…, you know, it’s big for the public. It’s goanna be all round the world. So, a lot of us are important if you // feel nervous, nervous around.”

Across London in exclusive sovereign role, HENRY POOLE company have been hand stitching uniforms for royal footman, since the rein of Queen Victoria. “The uniform I’m working on here is an item of what we would turn for // livery. And this is the, um, the order of dress that is worn by the Queen Footman, Coachman, and Postilions. All the decoration that you see on here is so only tally by hand. It is as one of my colleagues’. Her set on occasion is the tailor equivalent to running marathon.” “The materials that we use are very very traditional. If you go back to Tudor times to the times of Elizabeth Ⅰ, red cloth was very very expensive to buy. The // are expensive. So you could dress your servants in scholart, if you really have money.”
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[Homework]2011-05-30 威廉王子和凯特 世纪婚礼 Royal Wedding—9

At the household cavalry, the preparation starts each day at dawn. Their role for the wedding is a vital one, as acccording to royal carriages from the ceremony with nearly 200 horses to prepare. And just few weeks to go, they’ve got their work cut out.
All the most people see is the more glamourous side of the job when we are out on parade in a scouting, her majesty. However, the work that goes into that behind the scenes is a punishing regime.
There are 384 boots to shine, 192 ceremonial breastplates to polish, hoops to file and blooms to brush and all done painstakingly by hand.
Normally, a lot lie a dreading, they are school, because there’s an awful work that goes into them. But this one, I think, a general feeling is that one crocks now, because I know what so over occasional is.So I know. It’s big for the public, you know, it’s big for the public. It’s goanna be all round the world. So a lot of the partner can forward straightly probably ,few nervous, you're nervous .
Across London in exclusive Saval role, Henry Poole company have been hand-stitching uniforms for royal footmen since the rein of Queen Victoria.
The uniform ,I’m working on here is an item of what we would turn full state livery. And this is the order of dress that is worn by the Queen's footmen, coachmen, and postilions. All the decoration that you see on here is so only tally by hand. It is as one of my colleagues. Her set on occasion,it's the tailor equivalent to running a marathon. The materials that we use are very very traditional. If you go back to Tudor times to the time of Elizabeth Ⅰ, red cloth was very very expensive to buy. The dyes are expensive. So you could dress your servants in scarlet, and you really have money.”

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[Homework]2011-05-30 威廉王子和凯特 世纪婚礼 Royal Wedding—9

At the household    the preparation starts each day at Don. Their role for the wedding is a vital one, escorting the royal carriages from the ceremony. With nearly 200 horses to prepare and just a few weeks ago, they got their work cut out. All the most people see is the more glamour side of the job when we are auto prayed in escorting.
However the work that goes into behind the scenes is punishing regime. There are 384 boots to shine, 192 ceremony  plate to polish. Hooks to file and clues to brush.
All done pain-stakingly   Normally a lot of last

because i know what sort of occasion it is. It's big for the public. It's gonna be around the world.  
Across landing in exclusive Henry Coullin Company has been hand stitching uniforms since the reign of queen Victoria. The uniform I'm working on here is an item of what we would term fully state libery.     This is the older dress which was worn by queen            wholly decoration to see on here. It's sewed entirely by hand. It's one of my colleages who says the occasion is tailored equivalent running for America.The materials we use are very very traditional. He goes back to to the times, the time of first Elizabeth. Red cloth was very very expensive. The ties are expensive. His dresses are scarlett. He really has money.

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HOMEWORK

At the Household Calvary, the preparations start each day at dawn. Their role for the wedding is a vital one, escorting the royal carriages from the ceremony. With nearly 200 horses to prepare and just a few weeks to go, they’ve got their work cut out.

“All that most people see is the more glamorous side of the job when we are out on the parade and escorting her Majesty. However, the work that goes into that behind the scenes is a punishing regime.”

There are 384 boots to shine, 129 ceremonial breast plates to polish, hoofs to file and plumes to brush, and all done painstakingly by hand.

“Normally, a lot of the lads are dreading their escort because it’s an awfully lot of work that goes into it then. But this one, I think the general feeling is that everyone is quite excited because they know what sort of occasion it is. They know, it’s big for the, you know, it’s big for the public. It’s gonna be all around the world. So a lot of the lads are looking forward to it, probably feel nervous. Are you nervous as well?”

Across London in exclusive Savile Row, Henry Poole & Co. have been hand-stitching uniforms for royal footmen since the reign of Queen Victoria.

“The uniform I’m working on here is an item of what we would term ‘Full State Livery’. And this is the order of dress that is worn by the Queen’s footmen, coachmen and postilions. All the decoration that you see on here is sown entirely by hand. It is one of my colleagues has said on an occasion, it’s the tailoring equivalent of running a marathon. The materials that we use are very, very traditional. If you go back to Tudor times, to the time of 1st Elisabeth, red cloth was very, very expensive to find. The dyes were expensive. So if you could dress your servants in scarlet, you really have money.”
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