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Royal Wedding Synopsis

Reflections of the Royal Wedding by American Commoner Claudia Gordon

While there will be many books of photographs of the wedding of The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge none will compare with the images of the store windows of central London with their decorations including 17 designer wedding cakes, dry British Humor, pomp and circumstance. There are some obligatory photos of the wedding but most of these will be published by other people with press credentials, including the book by Andrew Morton, “William & Catherine Their Story.” which is more their story and less the story of the city of London and its the relationship to the wedding.

This will appeal to worldwide travel, Anglophiles around the world, Royalists in Great Britain and lovers around the world of romance and especially this Royal Wedding. This Royal marriage may be one of the most significant in the history of the monarchy transforming the Royal family into a modern monarchy. The intrigue of this couple may dwarf the interest in Charles and Diana’s wedding 30 years ago.

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