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I haven't really experienced a positive Royal event on this scale before and I've found it quite suprising and fascinating to see how I have been completely swept up in it all.
I wouldn't call myself patriotic, but I have to admit I am looking forward to seeing all the pomp and ceremony on the day. I can't deny how much I love a good wedding and like most ladies in this country I will be transfixed to a TV when the bride emerges and we see her dress for the first time.
One thing that has really touched me is how the next generation are also embracing this event; I find it so wonderful to think that little girls are going to witness a real fairytale wedding and see an ordinary girl become a Princess.
I'm also looking forward to the 'Afternoon Tea Party' on the Grove in Ilkley on the Wedding Day - again, this is something I've never experienced but I absolutely love the idea of closing a main road, setting up a picnic table and eating a big piece of cake alongside fellow happy folk whilst listening to a Brass Band! What a great way to spend an afternoon!
To celebrate the occasion the knitting group at Create (above Nora's) have completed the 'Knitted Royal Wedding' (below) As a fairly new knitter I decided to try my hand at a corgi... needless to say I only did one... We think the whole thing looks amazing and it will take pride of place in Nora's window from Saturday 30th April if you'd like to come and have a look!
|The Knitted Royal Wedding completed by |
The 'Create' Knitting Group
|The Bride and Groom |
|Prince Harry, The Queen and Prince Phillip with Corgis |
(mine is the one in a different colour and has no face...)
|Royal Wedding Window Display at Nora's|