Saturday, 19 May 2018

A Photo Album Of The Royal Wedding

Editor's comments: It was certainly pleasant to watch the replay of the Royal Wedding yesterday.
During a time that there are multiple high school shootings, middle east wars, church bombings etc. it's nice to see some good news for a change.

My immediate family and
my family at work at PT Bali Affordable Lifestyles International, DBA Best Asia Real Estate and PT. Bali Luxury Villas wish Prince Harry and his beautiful bride Meghan, a long and prosperous marriage. 

It's obvious that they are truly in love and in the end love will defeat anything.

Thanks to the Royal Family for approving and paying for such a magical, heart warming event.
I hope you enjoy the photo Album below of the Wedding day.
A Royal Wedding With Global Allure: Our Photo Album
May 19, 201810:53 AM ET

The Duchess and Duke of Sussex kiss on the steps of St. George's Chapel in Windsor Castle to the cheers of the crowd gathered outside.WPA Pool/Getty Images

It was a royal event like no other: People, royal invitees and journalists from around the world have gathered in what it is not only a British and American affair, but a global one. Interests and love transcends all borders and this union is the best representation of it.

We will be updating this album throughout the day. Here some of the most precious moments:

Thousands of people wait for hours outside Windsor Castle to celebrate Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's wedding on Saturday in Windsor, England.Dan Mullan/Getty Images

The royal wedding is a marriage of the United Kingdom and the United States. Before she became the Duchess of Sussex, Meghan was an American actress.WPA Pool/Getty Images

Many of the onlookers at Windsor Castle show their national pride as well as their royal appreciation.WPA Pool/Getty Images

Two brides — at least in dress — pause outside the port-a-potties set up for the Windsor Castle crowd.Chris J. Ratcliffe/Getty Images

Royal images — including those of Prince Harry, Meghan Markle, Queen Elizabeth II and of course, the well-known royal pets, a corgi — abound in Windsor on Saturday.WPA Pool/Getty Images

Well-wishers line the Long Walk, the tree-lined road leading to Windsor Castle down which the guests and the bride traveled to the wedding.WPA Pool/Getty Images

British flags weren't the only ones being waved around Windsor on Saturday. Some celebrated the marriage of America and royalty.Jack Taylor/Getty Images

A marching band performs on the streets of Windsor under sunny skies ahead of the royal nuptials.WPA Pool/Getty Images

Queen Elizabeth II arrives at St George's Chapel for her grandson's wedding. She was joined by her husband, Prince Philip, who recently underwent surgery.Pool New/Reuters

David and Victoria Beckham arrive for the ceremony at Windsor Castle. They had also attended the wedding of Prince William and Kate, Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, seven years ago.WPA Pool/Getty Images

Meghan Markle's former co-stars from the show Suits, including Gina Torres and Rick Hoffman, were on hand for the event.Ian West/Getty Images

The crowd cheered when human rights lawyer Amal Clooney and actor George Clooney headed to St. George's Chapel for the ceremony.Gareth Fuller/AP

About 600 people, including several celebrities, were invited to Harry and Meghan's wedding ceremony Saturday in St. George's Chapel at Windsor Castle.WPA Pool/Getty Images

The high-profile guests included tennis star Serena Williams and Oprah Winfrey, who both opted for shades of dusty rose and captured the British tradition of unusual headgear.Getty Images

Actor Idris Elba and fiancee Sabrina Dhowre, followed by Oprah Winfrey, walk to St. George's Chapel in Windsor, England.WPA Pool/Getty Images

The Windsor Castle crowds and the millions watching at home get their first glimpse of Meghan Markle as she is driven to the chapel.WPA Pool/Getty Images

Meghan Markle arrives at St George's Chapel at Windsor Castle. For her tiara, she is wearing the Queen Mary's Diamond Bandeau. WPA Pool/Getty Images

In a dress by British designer Clare Waight Keller, Meghan walks herself partway down the aisle (she was joined by Prince Charles for the final stretch).WPA Pool/Getty Images

Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby officiates at Harry and Meghan's wedding. The service followed Common Worship, the official series of services associated with the Church of England. WPA Pool/Getty Images

The Most Rev. Michael Bruce Curry of Chicago, the first African-American leader of the Episcopal Church, spoke about the power of selfless, sacrificial love.WPA Pool/Getty Images

In the British overseas territory of Gibraltar, tourists gather at a restaurant to celebrate the royal wedding.Jon Nazca/Reuters

Harry and Meghan proceed out of St. George's Chapel after the wedding, followed by their young bridesmaids and page boys and their family.WPA Pool/Getty Images

Harry, in the frock coat military uniform of the Blues and Royals, and Meghan, in her Givenchy boat neck dress, leave St. George's Chapel, but not before pausing for a kiss. Jane Barlow/Andrew Matthews/Getty Images

In Los Angeles, people got up bright and early — or maybe just stayed up late — to watch the ceremony from the Cat & Fiddle pub in Hollywood. The service began at 4 a.m. Pacific time.Lucy Nicholson/Reuters

In London, people enjoy the nuptials in their own ways at the the Book Club pub.Simon Dawson/Reuters

The wedding was truly a global affair. In Australia, spectators watch the celebration at George Street Event Cinemas in Sydney.Hanna Lassen/Getty Images

Prince Charles, father of the groom, accompanies Doria Ragland (left), mother of the bride, and his wife, Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, down the steps at Windsor Castle.WPA Pool/Getty Images

Prince Harry escorts the newest member of the royal family outside St. George's Chapel. Meghan's dress was designed by Clare Waight Keller.WPA Pool/Getty Images

Harry and Meghan wave to the crowd outside Windsor Castle. Many of them had waited hours for a good spot to celebrate the royal couple.WPA Pool/Getty Images

Royal fans who gathered in Windsor to cheer the arrivals of guests and the wedding party watched the ceremony on large screens.Damir Sagolj/Reuters

People gathered outside in Windsor showed their love of country — both the U.S. and the U.K. — as well as of royalty.Samir Hussein/Getty Images

The marriage got not only the formal approval of the queen but also the less-formal approval of America, delivered by fans in Windsor.Christopher Furlong/Getty Images

The Duchess of Sussex waves from an Ascot Landau carriage, which allows its passengers to sit up high so that they can be easily seen from outside.Jeff J. Mitchell/Getty Images

Harry and Megan hold hands in the Ascot Landau Carriage as their carriage procession rides along the Long Walk after their wedding ceremony.WPA Pool/Getty Images

The carriage was pulled by four Windsor grey horses — Milford Haven, Sir Basil, Tyrone and Storm.Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images

The presence of the groom's late mother, Diana, the former Princess of Wales, was felt at the wedding. The bridal bouquet included Diana's favorite flowers, and her sister gave a reading.James D. Morgan/Getty Images

A Drink Company pop-up bar in Washington, D.C., hosted a live broadcast of the ceremony on Saturday.

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