Prince Harry to marry Galway woman


#261

The missus thinks that Megan’s dress is terrible.


#262

Tom passed away a few years ago. It was shortly before the nuptials of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge in 2011 as I can recall his absence been remarked upon on that day. Huw Edwards from Llanelli overseeing proceedings.


#263

Why would you be talking to your missus about someone elses dress. Its a beautiful day. Go for a walk and get some fresh air.


#264

The Most Reverend Michael Curry speaking from the heart here about love, he has no notes.


#265

The Most Reverand Michael Curry has stolen the show.


#266

Nice touch in principle to get the Presiding Bishop and Primate of the US Episcopalian Church to deliver the homily. He’s seriously over the top though.


#267

Token black participant


#268

The bride is the token black participant mate.


#269

He’s quite literally preaching to the wrong crowd. Wills caught smirking at him there.


#270

Hes running for pope.


#271

Louis wasn’t lit up by that at all


#272

Some of the lads on here could do worse than reading Fanons thesis on a colonised mind


#273

This is beginning to remind me of my own sister’s wedding where the priest rambled on for nearly an hour oblivious to the fact that guests were getting very agitated.


#274

Charles leaned over to Camila laughing, nearly said out loud “will this cunt ever shut up”

Beautiful meditation on the importance of fire there, the audience giggling in the middle of it.


#275

Bringing Harlem/Mississippi model to Westminster was a bold move. The royals once again leading innovators and ahead of their time.


#276

I’m heading off to the square in a few minutes


#277

Bread of Heaven, that great Welsh rugby hymn rings around St George’s Chapel.


#278

Just catching the tailend of this.

Sir Clive didnt like it, didn’t like it one bit.

James Haskell and Richard and Judys young wan seemed to be enjoying it.


#279

its not a welsh rugby hymn


#280

Lovely touch there to the best man, the Patron of the Welsh Rugby Union to give Bread of Heaven an airing.