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She was gorgeous, the whole thing was timeless, the music was amazing, the homily was fantastic, I loved this wedding!
I loved it too! Her dress was gorgeous! Good stuff.
I agree! I’ve watched the highlights here and there, and have found them very uplifting. She truly is a beautiful bride, Prince William looks beyond happy, and I agree, the music and the homily were fantastic. nSome happy news on a day when so many Americans have had their lives turned upside-down by the tornadoes whipping through the South, not to mention the many tragic situations around the world.
They were saying that it turned out to be a good thing politically that an American delegation was not invited, because they would have had to go but it would have looked really bad to have been there this weekend rather than attending to the tornadoes.
He is wearing jump wings – excellent!
They interviewed his commanding officer after the wedding (search and rescue unit) and he ended the interview with such a sincere and wonderful reach out to all the people effected by the tornado, it was a beautiful moment in what was a truly beautiful day.
If you ask Leo why he likes the princess he says, emphatically “because her is pretty!”
Yes, timeless! She was (is) breathtakingly beautiful.
Great quote from St. Catherine of Siena that the Archbishop of London started used to start off his homily. “Be who God made you to be and you will set the world on fire.” It is a great quote that works on so many levels, or as my daughters put it (paraphrasing Shrek) “it is like a parfait – and everybody likes parfaits.