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Old 05-19-2004, 12:15 AM
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Originally posted by samitude@May 18th, 2004 - 11:02 pm
OK. I know Univision will be broadcasting the Spanish royal wedding live on television. Can someone who knows Spanish please tell me if Univision will be broadcasting the wedding live over the internet?

Here's the website.

Link: Univision
I contacted a friend of mine and she said that it would not be online. She also said that the site sometimes has problems. I mean going from one page to another so if that happens to anybody, do not fret.
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Old 05-19-2004, 01:27 AM
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Maybe I've missed a post somewhere that tells me the answer to this - but have we figured out if any English-speaking networks will be broadcasting this on Saturday? I'm sure CNN will mention it like they did with Denmark last week, but what about a full broadcast? BBC perhaps? SiTV? Any clues?
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Old 05-19-2004, 01:53 AM
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Originally posted by KathleenOday@May 19th, 2004 - 1:27 am
Maybe I&#39;ve missed a post somewhere that tells me the answer to this - but have we figured out if any English-speaking networks will be broadcasting this on Saturday? I&#39;m sure CNN will mention it like they did with Denmark last week, but what about a full broadcast? BBC perhaps? SiTV? Any clues?
Thanks&#33;
No, you can check the various newscasts but there will be no English language stations carrying the ceremonies. Maybe CNN would have a look in at some point but that´s about it.
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Old 05-19-2004, 03:07 AM
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I know TVE would broadcast the whole wedding event because it even featured the royal wedding in Denmark how much more when it is in Spain. The only problem is that it is Spanish. Nevertheless, we already know the faces of some royals who would be showing up.
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Old 05-19-2004, 03:10 AM
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9.00 horas, los invitados comenzarán a llegar a la catedral. La mayoría lo hará por la puerta de la calle Bailén. La principal queda reservada a los ilustres.

10.15 horas, la música comenzará a sonar en La Almudena.

10.45 horas, comenzará a formarse el cortejo nupcial en el interior del Palacio Real, desde el que saldrán los novios, sus padres y otros invitados ilustres.

10.57 horas. Se prevé que a esa hora el Rey haga su entrada en la catedral y, por tanto, sonará el himno nacional.

11.00 horas, ceremonia religiosa en La Almudena. Monseñor Rouco Varela, arzobispo de Madrid, encargado de celebrar el enlace, recibirá a los novios en la puerta junto al resto de obispos con los que concelebrará la boda.

80 tapices de Patrimonio Nacional decorarán La Almudena y el Palacio Real.
Letizia Ortiz lucirá un diseño de Pertegaz; lo más probable es que Don Felipe vista el uniforme de etiqueta del Ejército de Tierra.

12.30 horas, fin de la ceremonia religiosa. Los recién casados saldrán de la catedral, seguidos por sus pajes y damas de honor. Todos los invitados saldrán detrás de ellos, por la puerta principal del templo.

Recorrido por las calles de Madrid, decoradas con flores, banderolas y gallardetes, según el diseño de Pascua Ortega. 192 cipreses y olivos recordarán en Atocha a los muertos en el atentado del 11-M.

13.00 horas. Llegada a la Basílica de Nuestra Señora de Atocha, donde Letizia entregará su ramo de novia a la virgen. Les esperará el Coro de la Fundación Príncipe de Asturias y Rouco Varela rezará una plegaria.

13.30 horas, Felipe y Letizia iniciarán el camino de vuelta hacia el Palacio Real.
Durante el paseo de los novios por la capital, el resto de invitados tomará una copa de espera en el Palacio Real.

13.45 horas, llegada de la pareja al Palacio Real. Actuación de las bandas de gaitas &#39;Ciudad de Oviedo&#39; y &#39;Vetusta&#39;. Lo más probable es que salga al balcón a saludar a los madrileños y a darse el esperado beso de todos los recién casados &#39;reales&#39;.
Fotografías oficiales en el interior del Palacio. Las instantáneas con las familias se tomarán en el Salón de Alabarderos mientras que las de los invitados más relevantes se harán en el Salón de Columnas.

14.30 horas, almuerzo en Patio del Príncipe y en las galerías contiguas de la primera planta del Palacio. &#39;Jockey&#39; elaborará un menú que servirá la Guardia Real.
La comida tendrá lugar bajo un toldo gigante que cubrirá el patio en el que se instalarán 129 mesas además de la presidencial. Las sillas serán color ocre con la tapeta en crudo, igual que los manteles.

4.000 representantes de medios de comunicación de 34 países se han acreditado para informar del acontecimiento.
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Old 05-19-2004, 03:34 AM
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9.00, The guests will begin to arrive at the cathedral. The majority will do it by the street door, Bailén. The main one is reserved for the illustrious ones.

10.15, Music will begin to sound in Almudena.

10.45, their parents and other guests will leave from the palace.

10.57 It is anticipated that to that hour the King makes his entrance in the cathedral and, therefore, will sound the national anthem.

11.00, religious ceremony in Almudena. Monsignor Rouco Varela, archbishop of Madrid, ordered to celebrate the wedding with the rest of bishops with whom he will concelebrate the wedding.

80 carpets of will decorate the Almudena and the Real Palace

Letizia Ortiz will shine a design of Pertegaz; most probable is than Don Felipe Vista the uniform of label of the Ground forces.

12.30, end of the religious ceremony

The married couple will leave the cathedral, followed by his pajes and ladies of honor. All the guests will leave behind them, by the fore door of the temple. Route by the streets of Madrid, decorated with flowers, banderoles and pennant streamers, according to the design of Passover Ortega. 192 cypresses and olive trees will be placed in order to commemorate those who died in the attack of 11-M.

13.00. The married couple will arrive at the Basílica de Nuestra Señora de Atocha, where Letizia will give her flowers to the statue of the Nuestra Señora de Atocha. A choir will be present at the Basilica to sing hymns.

13.00. Felipe and Letizia will return to the Royal Palace. During the stroll of the married couple by the capital, the rest of guests will have a drink at the Royal Palace.

13.45. The royal couple will arrive at the Royal Palace
Some bands will perform in turn of their arrival. &#39;Ciudad of Oviedo&#39; and &#39;Vetusta&#39;
The couple will proceed to the balcony of the palace where they will greet all people.

Official photographs will be taken in the interior of the palace and in the Salón de Alabarderos.

14.30. Banquet at the Royal Palace

There are 129 tables excluding the presidential table where the newlywed couple with their parents and other guests will seat.

4,000 mass media representatives of 34 countries have credited themselves to cover the event.
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Old 05-19-2004, 03:36 AM
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for more information, just log on to http://www.casareal.es/boda/

The problem is it&#39;s in Spanish so those who don&#39;t understand Spanish, just try hard to grasp on something.
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Old 05-19-2004, 03:53 AM
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I&#39;m oretty sure Victoria will be one of the flower girls, but will all the boys be pageboys as well? How many pageboys are usually there?

Also, I get mixed up with the terms. Do you say pageboy or ring bearer, and do you say flower girls or is there another term for it? Thanks in advance&#33; :flower:
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Old 05-19-2004, 04:07 AM
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a mantilla is some kind of veil... a very typical spanish piece... you&#39;ll see lots of them wore by the spanish aristocrats. it&#39;s usually a piece that you use in important events. some months ago sofia wore one at the reception of the parents of spanish soldiers who were killed in irak.
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Old 05-19-2004, 05:25 AM
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The route for the royal procession has been annouced by the Royal house I leave you a pic from El Mundo :flower:

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Old 05-19-2004, 05:47 AM
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The mantilla was mentioned in this thread, and I google searched for it and once found, it reminded me a lot of Crown Princess Mary&#39;s wedding veil.

Here&#39;s a link of the origins of the mantilla. Here are some bridal mantillas, and some more.

Doesn&#39;t it remind you of CP Mary&#39;s wedding veil???

A mantilla would be nice for Letizia but if she does wear it, hopefully it won&#39;t look like Mary&#39;s veil.
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Old 05-19-2004, 05:51 AM
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I think I have seen the infanats wearing it in black

picture of Elena
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Old 05-19-2004, 05:55 AM
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I think black is usual for going to church (I think some older Spanish ladies wear mantillas to church), but I think it can also be white or other colours really, like the flamenco dancers have it in different colours.
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Old 05-19-2004, 10:31 AM
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What about the veil Christina wore for her wedding? I really love it. Was that the same one her mother wore? If so, maybe Letizia will wear it.


As I said on the Denmark wedding page, living in US we get very little about the European royals. If anyone in Spain could pick up some magazine, books, postcards, DVD about the Spanish wedding I would appreciate it and reimburse you, and you would have my everlasting gratefulness (and you will get much praise on this website.&#33 :flower:
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Old 05-19-2004, 10:40 AM
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Originally posted by nouwrein@May 18th, 2004 - 7:20 pm
Spain Crown Price Felipe and his fiancee Letizia Ortiz share a moment during a meeting with the members of the committee that are organizing the royal wedding at the Zarzuela Palace in Madrid, Spain, Tuesday, May 18, 2004.

http://img65.photobucket.com/albums/v197/n...03896_guest.jpg

http://img65.photobucket.com/albums/v197/n...03895_guest.jpg
1. What is she wearing? 2. There&#39;s a committee?
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Old 05-19-2004, 10:49 AM
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2. There&#39;s a committee?
Why wouldn&#39;t there be a committee? It&#39;s a Crown Princely wedding with a guest list of 1000+. It would be unreasonable to expect Letizia, Felipe, the Queen and their assistants/ladies in waiting to do all the work for this wedding from co-ordinating schedules of guest arrivals and departures, security, the dress, the menu, the various events, dresses, decorating the church and reception, transportation (cars and carriages, etc.), tiaras and jewellery, entertainment, and everything else that goes along with a wedding by themselves.
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Old 05-19-2004, 10:53 AM
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Ah, I guess I thought of it being done by a planner, ie one person in charge.
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Old 05-19-2004, 10:59 AM
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Ah, I guess I thought of it being done by a planner, ie one person in charge.
There probably is a wedding planner who oversees everything, but still unreasonable to expect one person to do all the work. There is a lot of work in co-ordinating a "regular" wedding with a guest list of 125 people. Imagine a royal wedding with 1000+ people who have security details of their own and which will be photographed and watched the world over.
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Old 05-19-2004, 11:00 AM
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I second Lady Jean&#39;s request for stuff related to the wedding. I will recompense any one kind enough to pick up magazines, etc regarding the Spanish and/or Danish weddings. Not too much attention seems to be paid to the nuptials here Stateside.
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Old 05-19-2004, 11:02 AM
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Well, do your best and seek out a Borders or Barnes and Noble and try to find Hello or Point de Vue or Hola. They should have them.
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