Celebration and Party -> The Best International Weddings of 2011 -> Kate Middleton and Prince William's Wedding
The wedding took place at Westminster Abbey. The royalty gathered in front of the 700 years old Cathedral in order to be with the royal couple who will save the British Monarchy. The most impressive moments of the royal wedding were when Clarence House announced that Prince William and Kate Middleton will leave Westminster Abbey Cathedral in the same carriage as Prince Charles in 1981, when he married Diana Spencer. The Queen gave the royal couple the titles of Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, calling him his nephew Earl of Strathearn and Baron of Carrickfergus. Once the guests gathered in front of the cathedral of the Westminster Abbey, the crew of the International Space Station sent a video message from hundreds of miles above the Earth, which congratulated the bride and the groom with the wedding on Friday, held at Westminster Abbey. Kate Middleton and Prince William have sworn eternal fidelity and love in the majestic Gothic building of Westminster Abbey. This wedding was declared the wedding of the year, and Kate was admired for her beauty, natural simplicity and refined wedding dress. The wedding was attended by princes and princesses from all around the world, personalities, artists, and many curious people in the streets who were studded. The hope of the British Monarchy is that the marriage of the Duke and the Duchess will last long in the history to give "a new lease of life" of the British monarchy. The crowned heads craved with attention. The ceremony will revive a centuries-old monarchy, and the two young men are the new generation that will support the House of Windsor. Prince William’s marriage takes place in a time of austerity in the world. Time does not require extravagancy, but it was full of pomp and solemnity.