Royal Couple opt for delayed honeymoon

April 30, 2011 7:29 pm0 commentsViews: 1


The new Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have determined to not endure honeymoon immediately and can pay the weekend within the UK before the duke returns to figure next week.

William and Catherine left Buckingham Palace by helicopter on Saturday, following their wedding parties.

They celebrated at the palace with three hundred friends and family on Friday evening, once a bigger lunchtime reception.

Meanwhile, Clarence House has released 3 official wedding images.

The locations of the couple’s UK weekend and their honeymoon – which can be overseas – won’t be disclosed before.

The couple have asked that their privacy be revered throughout the approaching days, and whereas on their honeymoon.

The couple emerged hand-in-hand from Buckingham Palace’s garden entrance on Saturday morning.

The couple, who had spent the night at the Queen’s official London home, stopped briefly to speak to 2 Royal Household footmen before boarding the helicopter.

Prince William can return to his job as an RAF search and rescue pilot next week. They live to tell the tale Anglesey, however St James’ Palace said they’re going to not be spending the long weekend there.
‘A very little jaded’

The reception at the palace on Friday night, hosted by the Prince of Wales, is believed to possess featured Prince Harry’s best man speech and Michael Middleton’s father-of-the-bride address.

The bride wore a white evening robe by Sarah Burton, who created her wedding dress, to the event.

Her sister Pippa modified for the party into a protracted emerald inexperienced sleeveless dress with a jewelled embellishment on the front and a plunging neckline.

Middleton family friend Tony Ainsworth said: "I hear everyone’s talking regarding Pippa. She looked gorgeous. She’s the foremost eligible woman within the country right away."

The duchess’s family, along side a number of their guests, stayed at the exclusive Goring hotel close to the palace.

Mr Ainsworth, from Dorset, said outside the hotel that the marriage had been "an historic occasion".

"After the issues of progressing to the church on time, it all went smoothly.

"We had a celebration at the hotel last night that went on well into the evening, therefore we’re feeling a bit jaded this morning."

He said the bride’s oldsters had created an look once attending the reception at Buckingham Palace.

The official images of the marriage were released on Saturday, because the couple departed.

The pictures were taken in Buckingham Palace’s throne area immediately once the bride and groom arrived from their wedding service at Westminster Abbey on Friday.

Three photos are released, with one showing the couple alone, and a second that features their bridesmaids and pageboys.

The final image adds the bride and groom’s oldsters – the Prince of Wales, the Duchess of Cornwall and Michael and Carole Middleton – along side the Queen, the Duke of Edinburgh, Prince Harry, maid of honour Pippa, and therefore the bride’s brother James.

The Middleton family left the Goring, that that they had booked out entirely for the marriage preparations, on Saturday.

Mr Middleton told the gathered crowd: "We had an exquisite time."

An estimated 1,000,000 well-wishers gathered in London for the marriage.

The service at the abbey was watched by 1,900 guests and ran smoothly, apart from a quick struggle to put the marriage ring on the bride’s finger.

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