August 1, 2011 by Post Team
Granddaughter of Queen Elizabeth II and her rugby star husband not to return to her suite at the Palace of Holyrood until 2 pm on Sunday, according to the Daily Mail UK, still in his suit Tindall tomorrow. The newspaper said the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh left the party early, like Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall, to enable young Royals to celebrate.
Guests enjoyed a dinner reportedly sit-down that included seafood and venison from Scotland, along with wine and champagne.
At 10:30 pm, reports the Daily Mail, those attending the dance floor. Revelers took pictures of a source of vodka and a few even snuck away from late-night snacks.
“It was a family knees up. Your wedding archetypal truth. Except a lot of royals and rugby players. And a lot of drinking. In fact, make a hell of a lot of drink, “said a real source of the paper.
There was also karaoke, according to Us magazine. Phillips and Tindall sang a song by ABBA, and Prince William ended the evening singing Bon Jovi “Livin ‘on a Prayer.”
“He sang karaoke! Kate stood in front of the stage, but clapped and cheered as she sang,” a real source told the magazine. “It was unbelievable.”
“Almost everyone stayed up all night,” the source added. “I do not even think about Zara and Mike went to bed. They were too busy having fun with her friends.”
Phillips and Tindall exchanged vows – and platinum wedding bands – last Saturday in the historic Kirk of Edinburgh Cannongate.
Phillips had an ivory silk satin and Duchess of Stewart Parvin, a British designer favored by the queen, along with Jimmy Choo shoes and a tiara on loan from the Princess Anne. The horse made allegedly bought the dress rack at your local store of 3,000 pounds (4,900 and). Tindall and his best friend, fellow rugby player Iain Balshaw, wore tailored suits made by Savile Row morning Cad & The Dandy, along with Oliver Sweeney shoes.
Real guests include Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh, Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall, Prince William and Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, Prince Harry, princesses Beatrice and Eugenie, Prince Andrew’s mother, Princess Anne Phillips and Prince Edward and Sophie, Countess of Wessex.
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