Saturday, May 19, 2018

Royal Wedding: Duke and Duchess of Sussex

Did you get up early to watch? As promised, I did and I'm already planning my afternoon nap. This photo is from The Telegraph, @telegraph on Instagram. My television set will be on all day so I can see everything again and again and watch the specials tonight too. It was a glorious, beautiful, happy event, agreed? Princess Charlotte was adorable and I can't wait to see the Royal photos. See you later. xo

10 comments:

Kit said...

I didn't get up but I am recording all the shows and was glued to my TV when I rose and have been watching. So lovely and good weather too! I love it! Kit

JudyMac said...

Yes, I was up at 5:30, and I totally agree with your re-cap of the day!

Pam said...

I had BBC America on the television all day. The Brits certainly know how to host a special event!! Such a wonderful day for this young couple--they are so full of promise. It will be exciting to follow them in the days ahead.

lisa said...

I wasn't able to watch it as it unfolded, but thanks to the BBC, I watched it over and over today. It was lovely.

Penelope Bianchi said...

It was exquisite in every way. I think Meghan will rescue the Royal Family. The choir, the minister...the entire thing was fantastic.

Brilliant! America saves Britain....Britain may help save America. I hope. We need saving.

Kay G. said...

You know I watched it! I loved every minute of it, loved it!

La Table De Nana said...

I watched snippets here and there..and IG feeds..and the wedding on YouTube..
LOVED it ALL!!

Betty said...

It was beautiful. So civilized, something the world is definitely lacking.

Vickie H. said...

I, too watched it on BBC, and back and forth on ABC's coverage. Every glorious moment! I loved it!

The Queen Vee said...

My guy recorded it for me as I was traveling on the day of the wedding. Nice change to see some happy glorious news as opposed to what normally is available. What great weather they were blessed with for their special and royal occasion, it can be so iffy in the UK