Did you enjoy the Royal Wedding?
You know I did....
Even the Red Cardinal Garden of Neglect joined in, with a fabulous display by the Snow Bush..
Made a little Lemon and Elderflower cake.
Reader, it was delicious...and perfect for Wedding Watching on a Saturday night...
after we had spent the day at The Races.
By now you will have seen it all if you wish, but I am here to share my favourite parts of the Royal Wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle ...
St George's Chapel looked breathtaking with its white floral decor..
Meghan's dress was Perfection: the simple elegance I hoped she would wear.
Love that she chose Givenchy, who designed for Audrey Hepburn, and that the fashion house now has a British head designer.
Mother Doria is the sweetest lady, and looked as radiantly happy as her beautiful daughter...
We enjoyed the marriage ceremony very much, with its many and varied original and unique touches.
The choral 'Lord Bless you and Keep You' by John Rutter is one Mr C and I have sung with various choirs, and a lovely choice.
And the fantastic young cellist, Sheku Kenneh-Mason - Wow!
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex emerge from the Chapel..
Meghan has exquisite taste. Queen Mary's Bandeau Tiara, not seen publicly since the early 1950s, was a brilliant choice. I hope Meghan wears it again in the future.
The carriage ride. And perfect weather.
Best pic seen so far of Doria's and Camilla's outfits.
With a little Princess Charlotte on the side - cuteness itself.
Off to the party in Stella McCartney, another beautiful example of classic simplicity, adorned with Diana's aquamarine ring. Well done, Harry.
Elderflower and Lemon Wedding Cake.
I wonder if they found time to enjoy a slice?
Have a great week