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[文化博览] 【整理】2011-06-06 威廉王子和凯特 世纪婚礼 Royal Wedding—12

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After completing his army training at centers in 2006, he joined the Household Cavalry and as many old friends still in the regiment.

On the day, the // will be a Scotty back from Westminster Abby what we called a captain as a // scout. And members of numbered // scout will be those officers he serves while she’s center and // in the regiment. And the teens asked can take part in that scout which is a familiar really nice personal touch to a spectacular occasion.

The wedding day will follow traditions stretching back centuries. But there is one thing that Kate will do differently. She will travel to the ceremony by car, perhaps with good reason. Her journey will also have ceremonial significance.

Catherine’s decision, if it was her decision, not to go to the Abby in the coach, will probably home, being the result of pretty wide reaching discussion. She’s quite right coming back with her husband in the carriage. She goes to the Abby as the commoner, a very special commoner. She goes there as a commoner and I think it meets that category that she goes in a car and comes back in a carriage.

Coming up next there is a week to go and the royal florists are feeling the pressure.
I’m bit of small when I look calm above boy we are kicking around of it. (不知所云…)

There is something about the royal wedding that seems to attract more eccentric gifts. William’s grandmother, the Queen, was given 131 pairs of silk stockings, 500 cans of pineapple, and a diamond-crossed music box.

I’ve been invited to the Buckingham Palace just a few weeks before the royal wedding for an exclusive preview of this summer’s exhibition of royal gifts made by //.

We know that William and Catherine have // donations from their guests, // guests. But there is always possibility that the family will exchange presents. And if they do, what is likelihood give how much the royal family’s connected // that they might give piece of it?

Well, I have no idea. But it’s certainly before one of traditions exchanging // on this important family occasion.

So anything is possible, maybe lucky. What is this we have here?

It’s such a wonderful object. It’s a little elephant. When he’s wend up, he walks along on ratchets and he swings his head. And it’s a Christmas present from Queen Mary and the rest of the royal family to King George V in 1929.

You know I don’t know about Catherine, but I would love that as a wedding present.
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