Royal Wedding Rehearsal
April 16, 2011 by Post Team
Middleton said he was “relaxed, but excited” as she is guided through the service by the Dean of Westminster, the Rev. John Hall.
Prince Harry, who will be the best man for his brother, also attended the half-hour “tutorial” for the bridal party along with her sister Pippa Middleton, who will be the maid of honor and bridesmaids and pages.
St. James’s Palace has released a schedule every minute for the wedding day on April, which shows that Prince William will have to wait in the Abbey 45 minutes for the arrival of his bride-to-be.
The royal party went into the Abbey at 8: 45 am through a side entrance, away from the gaze of tourists; they said the building was closed temporarily for testing.
A witness inside the Abbey said Middleton, who was dressed casually, arrived with Prince Harry.
Despite the recent admission of Middleton to the nerves before the wedding, the witness said: “They were not worried, everyone seemed very excited Catherine was very relaxed indeed young people were very excited…”
The test will be the last time the pages and bridesmaids, who are as young as three, have the opportunity to practice walking down the aisle.
Other tests for musicians and ministers, including the Bishop of London and the Archbishop of Canterbury, will be held in the coming days.
Middleton and Prince William, who could not attend the trial because he was on duty with the Royal Air Force, will attend a trial next week before the wedding.
An Abbey spokesman said: “There was a tutorial bridesmaids and pages this morning at the Abbey, where Catherine Middleton and Prince Harry are present.”
A royal source said: “This was one of the many trials that have taken place privately, some of which have taken place in the Abbey and some of which have been made to Clarence House.
“The final essay, filled with the bride and groom and the archbishop will take place the week before the wedding.”
The schedule for the wedding day suggests that Middleton had intended to continue the tradition of late for the ceremony; he might have to think again.
The bride and her father Michael will leave his hotel at 10: 51 am, precisely, according to the calendar, giving your car Rolls-Royce status nine minutes to make the short trip to the Abbey.
At the moment you arrive at 11 am, Prince has been in the abbey for 45 minutes after leaving Clarence House at 10: 10 am with his brother.
After Mass, the procession will leave the Abbey car at 12: 15 pm and arrive at Buckingham Palace at 12: 30 pm, with the couple that appears on the balcony at 1: 25 pm ready for a pass RAF flying at 1: 30 pm
The service will be broadcast to the crowds lining the route to transport audio speakers, and large video screens in Hyde Park and Trafalgar Square.
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