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Old 09-04-2017, 05:34 PM
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The Queen's 70th (I think that's the one) wedding anniversary is in November...I think they are having a big party....so not sure they'd do anything then.


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I think even for a smallish wedding, for a royal wedding they would need more than 2 months to plan it.
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As I said before, I'm pretty sure the wedding will be televised, but it will be more like Edward's wedding than William's , which is OK and makes more sense.
I hope not!
What's the point of having a royal wedding if you miss out on all the pomp and circumstance?

Besides, tourism will increase.
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Old 09-04-2017, 05:44 PM
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I think even for a smallish wedding, for a royal wedding they would need more than 2 months to plan it.
If they announce in Dec/Jan they can easily have it in March/May


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Old 09-04-2017, 05:47 PM
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If they announce in Dec/Jan they can easily have it in March/May

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Yes, but I think that Harry would want both Kate and William to be able to attend his wedding. That rules out anything near the birth date (I guess april) for baby Cambridge. I would say june, at the earliest.
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Old 09-04-2017, 05:50 PM
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March 30 and 31 are out--that is Friday/Saturday of Easter weekend in 2018.
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The discussion about the engagement ring/jewelry Harry might give to Meghan, has been moved to the 'Tiaras and Jewels for Prince Harry's future wife' thread. Please take any further discussion there.
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I hope that, if they do get married, it's a royal wedding at the Abbey or St. Paul's, and not something low-key at Windsor.

I want the works! (Not that the RF cares what I want).
Same here.
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Old 09-04-2017, 06:19 PM
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Yes, but I think that Harry would want both Kate and William to be able to attend his wedding. That rules out anything near the birth date (I guess april) for baby Cambridge. I would say june, at the earliest.
There's not any reason Kate couldn't attend a wedding in March or even May if her due date is April (which is a guess at this point).


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Old 09-04-2017, 06:25 PM
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There's not any reason Kate couldn't attend a wedding in March or even May if her due date is April (which is a guess at this point).


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Wont be March because it is Lent - Easter is 1st April
Are the BRF into observing a Lenten calendar?



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Old 09-04-2017, 06:33 PM
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Are the BRF into observing a Lenten calendar?



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I think the Queen does - and they would marry in one of her churches.

I could see them getting married the following week. Children off school, people on holiday. So Tuesday 3rd onwards.
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Old 09-04-2017, 06:37 PM
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Royal weddings can take place at anytime. The royals are known to move other planned events around ahead of time if they need to.
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Royal weddings can take place at anytime. The royals are known to move other planned events around ahead of time if they need to.
Some things can be moved--others like the birth of Baby Cambridge #3 and Easter cannot.

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And the churches observe the Lenten calendar and on certain days during Lent weddings are not performed, and on some other days have to be very low key.
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Old 09-04-2017, 07:10 PM
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Some things can be moved--others like the birth of Baby Cambridge #3 and Easter cannot.
No, but it can be done around those times.

Royal weddings are planned very far in advance and so are scheduled engagements. Engagements are moved around to accommodate weddings.
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Old 09-04-2017, 07:15 PM
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The Queen's 70th (I think that's the one) wedding anniversary is in November...I think they are having a big party....so not sure they'd do anything then.


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It would be nice the Queen's party to be public and to see some tiaras, but I doubt that will happen.
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And the churches observe the Lenten calendar and on certain days during Lent weddings are not performed, and on some other days have to be very low key.
Being Catholic I understand about Lent ...I just wasn't aware (hadn't noticed) the BRF really observing Lenten practices although those (in the CoE) may differ from what the Catholic Church has.


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It would be nice the Queen's party to be public and to see some tiaras, but I doubt that will happen.
I would imagine the most we'll see is guests coming to or leaving the event. If it's very formal..might see tiaras in transit!


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Old 09-04-2017, 07:59 PM
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I suspect all we will see will be a church service at the Abbey as they did for the 40th, 50th and 60th wedding anniversaries and maybe a lunch at the Guildhall.

I very much doubt there would be a tiara event for such an occasion. That isn't the British way anymore.
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When does restoration work begin on Buckingham Palace? Might that affect a wedding or even other events being scheduled in London and make Windsor a more likely location?
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When does restoration work begin on Buckingham Palace? Might that affect a wedding or even other events being scheduled in London and make Windsor a more likely location?
I've always thought Windsor is the best place for weddings. Especially for Harry's position. We don't see enough of St. George's Chapel too.

Yes, the restorations at Buckingham Palace do make Windsor the best location.
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Honestly, the only thing I'd be bummed about if the wedding is at Windsor is we won't have a balcony kiss.
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