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[文化博览] 【整理】2011-06-01 威廉王子和凯特 世纪婚礼 Royal Wedding—10

 

 

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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Royal weddings have usually been declared national holidays and this is no exception. Over half a million people are expected to line the route. The royal procession starts at Buckingham Palace, where the first royal family members will set off for the Abbey. The journey, less than half a mile, passes down the Mall, through House Guards Parade, along White Hall to Parliament Square, and finally, to Westminster Abbey. A record number turned up at Charles and Diana’s wedding in 1981, including some rather unexpected spectators.

'My brother was 17, so he um…and he was driving by then...  So he...We drove up to London together. And we just turned up on the corner of the Mall, just where it meets sort of Buckingham Palace. So we had the best place. We arrived at 10 o’clock the day before. We had some sleeping bags. We had some kind of fold-up chairs, I think. We had a big kind of picnic hamper with lots of food in, so we could eat and have something to drink. And we were there all day the day before, all that night.'

'Was there...But you did get your unobstructed view. You saw the royal couple go away in front of you?'

'Absolutely. I was definitely in the front row. I remember, you know, as a 14-year-old, trying to look between the policemen's helmets, as it were, and look out onto the Mall, but I definitely remember watching the carriages go down. It was fun. It was like a big party, a big carnival.'

'For the first time through the centre gateway of Edward the Arch, arrives Lady Diana.'

'Here we are, 30 years later, you are the Prime Minister, and you are invited to the royal wedding, can you put that in perspective for me?'

'Well, certainly not, certainly not what I expected to happen when I was 14 and camped out on the Mall. Um… But it is, it’s um…when I reflect on it, there I was then watching on the street and this time I’ve got, I got a ticket to the big occasion. It’s very exciting for um… it’s very exciting for me. Um…it is exciting.'

A 21st century royal wedding brings with it all sorts of modern complications. Even before the guest list is written or the cake is ordered, the police must start planning their security operation.

'We will start with terrorism as our backdrop. Hopefully there will be nothing on the day. There’s no intelligence as just there will. But the kinds of threats are most likely are from people who are fixated on the royal family. You know, people who think they should be marrying William and not Kate on its occasion. These people aren't unnecessarily going to threaten the royal couple. But their actions could bring on the security response that we don't want. So we have to look out for them.'


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procession: n.a line of people or vehicles moving in a slow formal way as part of an event

put sth in(to) perspective: To compare with something similar to give a clearer, more accurate idea.

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Royal weddings have usually been declared national holidays and this is no exception. Over half a million people are expected to line the root. The royal procession starts at Buckingham Palace, where the first royal family members will set off for the abbey. The journey less than half a mile passes down the mall, through House Guard Parade, along white hall to Parliament Square, and finally, to Westminster Abbey. A record number turned up its Charles and Diana’s wedding in 1981 including some other unexpected spectators.

“My brother was 17, so he um…and he was driving //. We drive up to London together. And we just turned up on corner of the mall, just where meets the Bucking Palace, the best place we arrived the 10 o’clock the day before. We have some sleeping bags. We have some kind of fold-up chairs. I think we had a big kind of picnic hamper full of lots of food in it, so we could eat nothing to drink. And we were there all day the day before, all that night.” “But you did get your unobstructed view. You saw the royal coming….” “Absolutely. I was definitely in the front row, I remember. You know, the 14-year-old try to look between the policemen and salesmen that they were. And look at onto the mall, but I definitely remember watching the carriages go down. It was fine. It was like a big party becarno.” For the first time through the centre Gateway of //, the arch, arrives Lady Diana. “Here we are 30 years lady, you are the Prime Minister, and you are invited to the royal wedding, can you put that perspective for me?” “It certainly not, it certainly not what I expected to happen when I was 14 // the mall. Um… but it is, it’s um… a very flatter on it. There was then watching on the street and this time I’ve got, I got a ticket to the big occasion. It’s very exciting for um… it’s very exciting for me. Um…it is exciting.”

A 21st century royal wedding brings with his all sorts of modern complications. Even before the guest list is written, or the cake is ordered, the police must start planning their security operation. “We // terrorism //. Hopefully there will be nothing on the day. There’s no intelligence. It’s just they will. But the cons’ threats are most likely, are from people who are feel excited on the royal family, people who think they should be marrying William and not … not Kate on its occasion. And that is people unnecessarily going to threaten the royal couple. But their actions could bring on the security responsively //. So we have to care for them.”
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Royal weddings have usually been declared national holidays and this is no exception. Over half a million people are expected to line the route.

The royal precession starts at Buckingham Palace where the first royal family members will set off for the Abby. The journey lasts than half a mile, passes down the mall, through horse guards parade, along White Hall to Parliament Square, and finally to Westminster Abby.

A record number turned up at Charles and Diana’s wedding in 1981, including some rather unexpected spectators.

My brother was 17, so, and he was driving by then. He was drive up to London together. And we just turned up on the corner of the Mall, just where meets, so the Buckingham Palace at the best place. We arrived at 10 o’clock the day before. We had some sleeping bags; we had some kind of fold-up chairs I think; we had a big kind of picnic camp with lots of food in, so we could eat // to drink. And we were there all day the day before, all that night.
But you did get your unobstructed view, you saw the royal couple go right in front of you?
Absolutely. I was definitely in the front row. I remember, you know, as a 14-year-old child, looking between the policemen // and looked at them on to the wall. But I definitely remember watching the carriages go down. It was fun. It was like a big party, and a big carnival.

For the first time through the center gateway of // arrives Lady Diana.

Here we are 30 years later, you are Prime Minister, and you are invited to the royal wedding. Can you put that perspective for you?
It was certainly not what I expected to happen when I was 14, came to the Mall, but it is…it’s a… what I reflect on it, there was then watching on the street, and this time I’ve got a ticket to the big occasion. It’s very exciting for me. It is exciting.

A 21st century royal wedding brings with it all sorts of modern complications even before the guest list is written or the cake is ordered. The police must start planning their security operation.

We will start with terrorism as our backdrop; hopefully there will be nothing on the day. There is no intelligence suggests they will. But the kinds of threats are most likely are from people who are excited for the royal family. You know, people who think they should marry Prince William, not Kate on this occasion. And these people are not necessarily going to threaten the royal couple. But their actions could bring on security response we don’t want. So we have to care for them.
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Royal weddings have usually been declaired as national holidays and there is no exception,over half million people are expected to line the route,the royal precession starts at Bechingham Palace,where the first royal members will set off for the Abbey,the journey lasts half an mile ,passes down the mall,through House Guard Parade,a long white hall to Palament square,and finally to Westminster Abbey,a record number turned up to Charles and Anna's wedding in 1981,including some other unexpected expectators.
My brother was 17,so he was driving by Nancy,he will drive up to london togeter  and we just turned up on the corner of the mall just where meets so the Buckingham Palace at the best place,we arrived ten o'clock the day before,we had some sleeping bed and some sort of fold up chairs,i think we had a big kind of picnic hamper full of lots of food in it,and we could eat nothing to drink,and there are all day before,all that night.
But you did get your unobstructed view.Actualy I was definately infront of the road,I remember there are 14 try to loop you know between the police and  salesmen that they were,and looked out on to the mall,but I definately watching the carriges go down.
It was fun to look like a big party become,for the first time through the centre gateway .*** the arch,arrives lady Dianna.
Here we are 30 years later, you are the Prime Minister, and you are invited to the royal wedding. Can you put that perspective for you?
It was certainly not what I expected to happen when I was 14, came out  to the Mall, but it is…it’s a… what I reflect on it, there was then watching on the street, and this time I’ve got a ticket to the big occasion. It’s very exciting for me. It is exciting.
A 21st century royal wedding brings with it all sorts of modern complications even before the guest list is written or the cake is ordered. The police must start planning their security operation.
We will start with terrorism as our backdrop; hopefully there will be nothing on the day. There is no intelligence suggests they will. But the kinds of threats are most likely are from people who are excited for the royal family. You know, people who think they should marry Prince William, not Kate on this occasion. And these people are not necessarily going to threaten the royal couple. But their actions could bring on security response we don’t want. So we have to care for them
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Royal weddings have usually been declared national holidays and this is no exception. Over half a million people are expected to line the route.

The royal precession starts at Buckingham Palace where the first royal family members will set off for the Abby. The journey lasts than half a mile, passes down the mall, through horse guards parade, along White Hall to Parliament Square, and finally to Westminster Abby.

A record number turned up at Charles and Diana’s wedding in 1981, including some rather unexpected spectators.

My brother was 17, so, and he was driving by then. He was drive up to London together. And we just turned up on the corner of the Mall, just where meets, so the Buckingham Palace at the best place. We arrived at 10 o’clock the day before. We had some sleeping bags; we had some kind of fold-up chairs I think; we had a big kind of picnic camp with lots of food in, so we could eat // to drink. And we were there all day the day before, all that night.
But you did get your unobstructed view, you saw the royal couple go right in front of you?
Absolutely. I was definitely in the front row. I remember, you know, as a 14-year-old child, looking between the policemen // and looked at them on to the wall. But I definitely remember watching the carriages go down. It was fun. It was like a big party, and a big carnival.

For the first time through the center gateway of // arrives Lady Diana.

Here we are 30 years later, you are Prime Minister, and you are invited to the royal wedding. Can you put that perspective for you?
It was certainly not what I expected to happen when I was 14, came to the Mall, but it is…it’s a… what I reflect on it, there was then watching on the street, and this time I’ve got a ticket to the big occasion. It’s very exciting for me. It is exciting.

A 21st century royal wedding brings with it all sorts of modern complications even before the guest list is written or the cake is ordered. The police must start planning their security operation.

We will start with terrorism as our backdrop; hopefully there will be nothing on the day. There is no intelligence suggests they will. But the kinds of threats are most likely are from people who are excited for the royal family. You know, people who think they should marry Prince William, not Kate on this occasion. And these people are not necessarily going to threaten the royal couple. But their actions could bring on security response we don’t want. So we have to care for them.
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[Homework]2011-06-01 威廉王子和凯特 世纪婚礼 Royal Wedding—10

Royal weddings have usually been declared national holidays and this is no exception. Over half a million people are expected to line the roof.
The royal procession starts at Buckingham Palace, where the first royal family members will set off for the Abbey. The journey less than half a mile passes down the mall, through horse guards parade, along White Hall to Parliament Square, and finally to Westminster Abbey. A record number turned up its Charles and Diana’s wedding in 1981 including some other unexpected spectators.

“My brother was 17, so he ,and he was driving by then ,so we drove up to London together,and we just turned up on the corner of the mall, just where meets S Buckingham Palace, at the best place we arrived 10 o’clock the day before. We have some sleeping bags. We have some kind of fold-up chairs. I think we had a big kind of picnic camp with lots of food in, so we could eat launce and drink. And we were there all day the day before, all that night.” “But you did get your unobstructed view,you saw the royal coupl go right Downing .” “Absolutely. I was definitely in the front row, I remember. You know, a 14-year-old try to look between the policemen  /. And I'm looking onto the mall, but I definitely remember watching the carriages go down. It was flamy. It was like a big party ,big carno .”
For the first time through the Centre Gateway of m, arrived Lady Diana.
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A 21st century royal wedding brings with his all sorts of modern complications. Even before the guest list is written, or the cake is ordered, the police must start planning their security operation. “We'll start with terrorism ,oh,my god. Hopefully there will be nothing on the day. There’s no intelligence. It’s just they will. But the conservative threats are most likely, are from people who are feel excited on the royal family, people who think they should be marrying Prince William and not … not Kate on its occasion. And these people are not necessarily going to threaten the royal couple but their actions could bring on the security responsively we don't know. So we have to castle them.”

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Royal weddings have usually been declared national holidays and this is no exception. Over half a million people are expected to line the route. The royal possession starts at Buckingham Palace, where the first royal family members will set off for the Abbey. The journey, less than half a mile, passes down the Mall, through Horse Guards Parade, along White Hall to Parliament Square, and finally to West Minister Abbey. A record number turned up in Charles and Diana’s wedding in 1981, including some rather unexpected spectators.

“My brother was 17, so he was driving by then. So he…we drove up to London together, and we just turned up on the corner of the Mall, just where it meets sort of Buckingham Palace. We had the best place. We arrived at 10 o’clock the day before. We had some sleeping bags. We had some of kind of fold-up chairs. I think we had a big kind of picnic hamper with lots of food in, so we could eat and something to drink. And we were there all day the day before, all that night.”

“But you did get you unobstructed view. You saw the royal couple go in away in front of you?”

“Absolutely. I was definitely in the front row. I remember, you know, as a 14-year-old, trying to look between the policemen’s helmets, as it were, and look out onto the mall, but I definitely remember watching the carriages go down. It was fun. It was like a big party, a big carnival.”

“For the first time through the center gateway of Edward the Arch, arrives Lady Diana.”

“Here we are 30 years later. You are the Prime Minister, and you are invited to the royal wedding. Can you put that in perspective for me?”

“Well, certainly not, certainly not what I expected to happen when I was 14 and camped out on the Mall. But it is…it’s…when I reflect on it, there I was then watching on the street, and this time I’ve got, I got a ticket to the big occasion. It’s very exciting. It’s very exciting for me. It is exciting.”

A 21st century royal wedding brings with it all sorts of modern complications. Even before the guest list is written or the cake is ordered, the police must start planning their security operation.

“We will start with terrorism as our backdrop. Hopefully there will be nothing on the day. There is no intelligence as just there will. But the kinds of threats are most likely are from people who are fixated on the royal family, you know, people who think they should be marrying Prince William and not Kate on this occasion. These people aren’t unnecessarily going to threaten the royal couple, but their actions could bring on the security response that we don’t want. So we have to look out for them.”
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