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Old 05-22-2018, 01:08 AM
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https://youtu.be/KVvh-XdG20s?t=1m16s

I assume they must have other shot from other angle and I hope they are editing it and will upload it to the royal family YT channel as they just took down the live video on YT.

Here are some curtsies from other royal brides:
Mette Marit: https://youtu.be/DorodTW9nlI?t=1m46s
Mary: https://youtu.be/h_yLKhKIyS0?t=6m45s
Victoria: https://youtu.be/c-h2WKtoOzo?t=4m2s
Madeleine: https://youtu.be/EUpRV6h-Uw8?t=5m1s (another worst angle from the back)
Stephanie: https://youtu.be/rCGIcQhDvH8?t=54m14s (it's more like a bow?)

I am not sure about that but I guess Benelux doesn't have the tradition of curtsying even in wedding? I don't find any video of Maxima and Mathilde.
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Old 05-22-2018, 01:53 AM
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I am not sure about that but I guess Benelux doesn't have the tradition of curtsying even in wedding? I don't find any video of Maxima and Mathilde.
Could it have something to do with that the couples were already married at the time of the church wedding? They'd had the legally binding civil service earlier in the day so both of the brides were already members of the Royal family.
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Old 05-22-2018, 06:23 AM
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Harry bowed his head and Meghan curtsied. The camera angle was from over head and right as they starting doing it they cut away from the couple.


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Old 05-22-2018, 10:10 AM
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I had hoped there would be a still shot, but it looks like a no on that as well.
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Old 05-22-2018, 08:18 PM
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Bowing and Curtseying

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https://youtu.be/KVvh-XdG20s?t=1m16s



I assume they must have other shot from other angle and I hope they are editing it and will upload it to the royal family YT channel as they just took down the live video on YT.



Here are some curtsies from other royal brides:

Mette Marit: https://youtu.be/DorodTW9nlI?t=1m46s

Mary: https://youtu.be/h_yLKhKIyS0?t=6m45s

Victoria: https://youtu.be/c-h2WKtoOzo?t=4m2s

Madeleine: https://youtu.be/EUpRV6h-Uw8?t=5m1s (another worst angle from the back)

Stephanie: https://youtu.be/rCGIcQhDvH8?t=54m14s (it's more like a bow?)



I am not sure about that but I guess Benelux doesn't have the tradition of curtsying even in wedding? I don't find any video of Maxima and Mathilde.


They all did it at the beginning before they were handed off; who were they curtsying to?
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Old 05-25-2018, 01:33 AM
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HGD Guillaume bowing to King Willem-Alexander on May 24:
https://blobsvc.wort.lu/picture/b76b...12338c08ca3183

Hand kiss for Queen Maxima:
https://blobsvc.wort.lu/picture/0278...3e1b862912a77a
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Old 05-26-2018, 02:43 AM
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They all did it at the beginning before they were handed off; who were they curtsying to?
Sorry but I still don't see the exact moment. For Charles and Diana, Andrew and Sarah, William and Kate the moment was clear, when the married couple started leaving the church. Here not.
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Old 05-26-2018, 02:49 AM
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Sorry but I still don't see the exact moment. For Charles and Diana, Andrew and Sarah, William and Kate the moment was clear, when the married couple started leaving the church. Here not.
Immediately after "God Save the Queen" before they start moving for the recessional.
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Old 05-26-2018, 03:13 AM
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They all did it at the beginning before they were handed off; who were they curtsying to?
I think they are for the monarchs (or specifically to their monarch), Mette Marit and Mary only curtsied to the right side as the monarchs sat there (respectively right in front of Harald and Margrethe), and Victoria curtsied to both side as the monarchs sat on both sides. But I am not sure about Stephanie's as the royal guests sat on the left side and she bowed to both side.

The Scandinavians actually bow and curtsy twice, after they enter the church and before they leave.

Victoria: https://youtu.be/lo5GN9GTCbA?t=1m38s

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Sorry but I still don't see the exact moment. For Charles and Diana, Andrew and Sarah, William and Kate the moment was clear, when the married couple started leaving the church. Here not.
All because of the aerial shot, Meghan's curtsy wasn't showed clearly but it is pretty clear that Harry bowed his head.
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Old 05-26-2018, 03:24 AM
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Immediately after "God Save the Queen" before they start moving for the recessional.
Thanks I managed to "guess" the moment with your help.
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Old 05-26-2018, 05:30 PM
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CP Mary curtsy to Queen Margrethe tonight

https://images.scribblelive.com/2018...29069_1000.jpg

Princess Beatrice and Duchess of York curtsy today to the Queen Elizabeth.

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To night a ballet of excellent and bad curtseys, really funny!
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Old 05-28-2018, 02:11 AM
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HGD Stephanie's curtsey to Queen Maxima at the send-off on March 25.
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Collective bowing and curtsying for Queen Margrethe II at Crown Prince Frederik's 50th birthday gala banquet (plus a few additional scenes from the event).


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Christopher O'Neill is the husband of Princess Madeleine of Sweden. Upon his marriage to Madeleine, he did not want a royal title or a nobility title. Since he is not Prince Christopher, do the servants and soldiers still bow to him?
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Old 06-11-2018, 12:52 AM
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Christopher O'Neill is the husband of Princess Madeleine of Sweden. Upon his marriage to Madeleine, he did not want a royal title or a nobility title. Since he is not Prince Christopher, do the servants and soldiers still bow to him?
Likely not simply because he is an American and would probably tell everybody to dispense with such. Same with Madeleine, I would guess. I would guess for most royalty these days. Can't imagine anyone would be able to retain servants if such an archaic habit was insisted upon.
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Old 06-19-2018, 12:08 PM
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Lady Derby curtsy to The Duke of Cambridge

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Likely not simply because he is an American and would probably tell everybody to dispense with such. Same with Madeleine, I would guess. I would guess for most royalty these days. Can't imagine anyone would be able to retain servants if such an archaic habit was insisted upon.

I believe that the OP meant "the Royal Court staff" when he/she used the word "servants".
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Old 06-19-2018, 03:58 PM
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Actually, I don't think anybody refers to people that are employed by royal households or any household anymore as "servants". The correct term to use is "staff" and they are in their roles as professionals and take pride in the work they do.

A good book to read on this subject would be "Not In Front Of The Corgis" by Brian Hoey. Household staffs have their own hierarchy and ways of doing things. Opened my eyes.
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Actually, I don't think anybody refers to people that are employed by royal households or any household anymore as "servants". The correct term to use is "staff" and they are in their roles as professionals and take pride in the work they do.

A good book to read on this subject would be "Not In Front Of The Corgis" by Brian Hoey. Household staffs have their own hierarchy and ways of doing things. Opened my eyes.
Queen Elizabeth was once quoted as saying that she had no servants but many members of staff.
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