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UK Wedding Preps
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Story No: c0040100
Source: UPITN
Aspect Ratio: 16:9
Date: 10/11/1973 05:00 AM
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11/10/73 c0040100 - color

london, england royal wedding preps

nxc 47640 "wedding preps" shows: anne and mark smiling: cu engagement ring: anne and mark: medallion: postage stamps: news yard: horses head: horse: crest zoom to coach: frame: hub: coach door opened: lamp zoom to coach: coachman: rear of coach: zoom out on westminster abbey: abbey:

(shot recent 54ft)

gt brit - royalty

postage stamps

coaches

horse

churches - gt brit - london - west minister abbey

weddings (preps)

anne, princess

phillips, mark

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UK WEDDING PREPARATIONS
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Summary: SYND 12-11-73 PREPARATIONS FOR THEROYAL WEDDING BETWEEN PRINCESS ANNE AND CAPTAIN MARK PHILIPPS, ARE COMPLETE
Story No: z018840
Source: AP Television
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 12/11/1973 00:00 AM
People: Princess Anne
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Preparations for tomorrow's royal wedding between Princess Anne and Captain mark Philipps, are complete and now all of England is awaiting the magic hour. Christine Previtt reports on the background of the romance of the year

1. various shots, childrens paintings depicting the wedding

2. pan along marquee tent

3. gv establishing shot of village church

4. parent's of Mark Philipps, mr and mrs Phillips out of church

5. SOUNDBITE: with mr and mrs Phillips (no audio) cutaways to

6. fire brigade vehicle along village street

7. cu poster showing the royal famil tree

Film: Pos - Sound: Mute - Colour - NYFilm: c0040399 - LN Number: LN47931 - Available in HD

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PRINCESS ANNE'S WEDDING PRESENTS - COLOUR - NO SOUND
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Summary: PRINCESS ANNE'S WEDDING PRESENTS - COLOUR - NO SOUND
Story No: BM99521
Source: British Movietone
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 31/12/1973 00:00 AM
People: Princess Anne , Mark Phillips
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Disclaimer: British Movietone is an historical collection. Any views and expressions within either the video or metadata of the collection are reproduced for historical accuracy and do not represent the opinions or editorial policies of the Associated Press.

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G.V. St. James' Palace. Interiors; 4 shots of presents. - The marriage of Princess Anne and Captain Mark Phillips.

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THE ROYAL WEDDING - PRINCE ANDREW AND MISS SARAH FERGUSON - COLOUR - NO SOUND
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Summary: THE ROYAL WEDDING - PRINCE ANDREW AND MISS SARAH FERGUSON - COLOUR - NO SOUND
Story No: BM86-3
Source: British Movietone
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 23/07/1986 00:00 AM
People: Prince Andrew , Sarah Ferguson , Queen Elizabeth II , Zara Phillips , Prince William , Prince Philip , Princess Anne , Prince Edward
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Disclaimer: British Movietone is an historical collection. Any views and expressions within either the video or metadata of the collection are reproduced for historical accuracy and do not represent the opinions or editorial policies of the Associated Press.

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MS Doors on balcony. MS Cameras and crowd. GV Doors open Bride and groom out and waves. The Queen onto balcony followed by attendents Zara Phillips, Laura Fellowes, Prince William, Lady Rosanagh Innes-Ker, Duke of Edinburgh, Queen Mother pan right to Lady Rose and Davina Windsor with Princess Anne and Captain mark Phillips standing behind, then Jane Makin pan back along group to left showing Prince Edward, Mrs Susan barrantes, lady Rosanagh Innes-ker, Peter Phillips, Andrew Ferguson, Seamus Makin, Major Ronald Ferguson, Princess Of Wales who holds Prince harry, Princess Margaret, Prince charles and Mrs Susan ferguson pan back to Bride and Grom who hold their hands to their ears, say shall we and then kiss, the royal family leave the balcony. Bride and groom remain and wave as they leave. bride bends and scoops up her train. LS Princess Anne through open window. MS Bride and Groom make second appearance as they leave Prince Andrew picks up her train. MS Press cameras. MS Bride and Groom leave balcony adn doors close. MS Crowd - 5 x wide angles of balcony scenes.

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THE ROYAL WEDDING - PRINCE ANDREW AND MISS SARAH FERGUSON - COLOUR - NO SOUND
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Summary: THE ROYAL WEDDING - PRINCE ANDREW AND MISS SARAH FERGUSON - COLOUR - NO SOUND
Story No: BM86-2
Source: British Movietone
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 23/07/1986 00:00 AM
People: Prince Andrew , Sarah Ferguson , Queen Elizabeth II , Prince Philip , Viscount Linley , Princess Anne , Mark Phillips , Prince Edward
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CARRIAGE & HONEYMOON DEPARTURE GV The Queen and Duke of Edinburgh's carriage leaves Palace. GV Queen Mother, Princess Margaret, Viscount Linley and Lady Sarah Armstrong Jones. GV Prince and Princess Of Wales' carriage followed by that of Princess Anne and Captain Mark Phillips hold shot as Lifeguards ride through frame. GV Prince Andrew (Duke of York) and Prince Edward saluting in carriage as it crosses forecourt follow carriage. Big CU banner 'Andrew and Sarah' tilt down to faces of waving crowd. Pan with carriage of Bride and groom into gates of Palace pan to carriage with prince Edward and attendents, then second carriage of attendent in which Lady Rosanagh Innes-Ker can be seen waving. pan with carriage of The Queen and Major Ronald Ferguson. Pan with carriage of Duke of Edinburgh and Mrs Hector Barrantes (Susan). GV Queen Mother, Princess Margaret and her children pan with carriage of Prince and Princess of Wales. Pull Focus on stone garter badge. Zoom in as Bride and Groom's carriage comes through Arch followed by members of the Royal Family, and with carriage as Bride and Groom throw out rose petals, then the Bride leans forward and pats large teddy bear, couplt wave to crowd. LS Carriage away. GV Members of Royal Family and Household watching in palace forecourt. GV as they move back into Palace. LS The Queen moving through crowd, followed by Princess of Wales and prince Charles who carries Prince Henry on his shoulders.

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UK - Royal Wedding
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Summary: UK - Royal Wedding
Story No: w068770
Source: WTN
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 14/07/1994 04:00 AM
People: Prince Charles , Princess Diana , Manolo Blahnik
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Prince Charles and his estranged wife Princess Diana on Thursday

(14/7) arrived separately at the wedding of the Queen's neice, Lady Sarah Armstrong-Jones to artist Daniel Chatto, 37, at a small 17th-century church in London's City financial district.

Lady Armstrong-Jones wore a long, white silk gown designed by British

designer Jasper Conran with fashionable Manolo Blahnik shoes and

carried a bouquet of old English roses.

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LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM, 14/7

queen elizabeth II shaking hand with church official

princess diana arriving wearing a navy blue dress coat and

matching hat

prince charles arriving

crowd waiting for royal guests

friends of the couple arriving

the bride, lady sarah armstrong-jones arriving in silk gown, and

going into church

the happy couple (Lady Sarah and artist Daniel Chatto) posing for

photographers outside the church

couple getting into a rolls royce

ends: 1.22

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UK: SOPHIE AND EDWARD: ROYAL WEDDING PREVIEW
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Summary: UK: SOPHIE AND EDWARD: ROYAL WEDDING PREVIEW
Story No: 134602
Source: POOL , APTN
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 17/06/1999 04:00 AM
People: Sophie Rhys-Jones , Prince Edward , Prince Charles , Princess Diana , Prince Andrew , Sarah Ferguson , Princess Anne , Mark Phillips
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English/Nat

Prince Edward and Sophie Rhys-Jones' walk down the aisle on Saturday is the result of a cautious five year courtship, with Prince Edward taking his time proposing - and with good reason.

After both his brothers and sister divorced, APTN asks whether this is a Royal marriage that will last.

They were all smiles when they announced their engagement to the world's media earlier this year.

For the five years of their Royal romance the one question continuously brought up by reporters was - are you going to get married?

Finally they were able to answer yes.

But this is no whirlwind wonder with a dash down the aisle.

The acrimonious break up between Prince Charles and Princess Diana was the subject of seemingly endless fascination.

Prince Andrew split with Fergie and Princess Anne finished her marriage to Captain Mark Phillips.

Hardly the best precedent for the youngest son choosing to make the biggest decision of his life.

SOUNDBITE: (English)

"One thing that Edward has been very careful about, he's watched his elder brothers marriages and his sister's marriage break up and one thing he was determined to do was make sure that didn't happen to him. That's why he says he's waited so long, he wanted to make sure this was the right thing to do."

SUPER CAPTION: Jane Kerr, Royal Correspondent, The Mirror

But veteran royal watcher James Whitaker does not believe it is going to be a carefree coupling.

SOUNDBITE: (English)

"I personally don't think Sophie's really suitable. I think she's a delightful girl, I think she's very pretty and I think she will make all the effort to keep this marriage going. But ideally sons of the Queen of England do not marry someone whose father was once a tyre salesman for cars. It's sort of tricky for Sophie because she's learnt a lot about how the Royal Family works, about protocol, etiquette and all that sort of thing but she's not to the manor born in it and I think there are times when she will struggle."

SUPER CAPTION: James Whitaker, Royal commentator

But the class divide is not something which the head of a leading London dating agency believes is an insurmountable problem.

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"If they walked into my dating agency I probably wouldn't necessarily put them together to begin with because they're from such different backgrounds - he's a Prince, coming from the Royal Family, and she's a commoner. But they certainly have moulded together and throughout the five years they've been courting they seem to get on extremely well. She's taken up horse riding , she has more of an interest in the Arts than she had before. I think this marriage is going to work. "

SUPER CAPTION: Karen Mooney, Managing Director, Sarah Eden dating agency

Former boyfriend Andrew Parkinson - now married with two children of his own - says he has no regrets that it's not him tying the knot with Sophie on Saturday.

They went out when Sophie was working in the public relations department at a London radio station.

SOUNDBITE: (English)

"Sophie and I went out for a very brief amount of time. We were both young, enjoying ourselves and I think that's the way it should be at that age. I don't think we were ever suited to going out or getting married in any way. And I think she's gone into an area, into a region she wants to be in - she always had that sort of look towards not necessarily royalty, but something in that sort of area. And I think she liked the idea of that sort of lifestyle and she's certainly got it."

SUPER CAPTION: Andrew Parkinson, former boyfriend of Sophie Rhys-Jones

Garth Gibbs has studied Sophie's life and times for a book he's written about the bride-to-be.

He believes this will stand the test of time and, despite the couple both saying in a recent interview that they wanted to wait before having children, he starts the speculation about the next question reporters will be anxiously asking.

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"I think they've got a pretty good chance of making this work. They've spent five years getting to know each other, they're both in their thirties. I think she'll probably have children very quickly because her biological clock is certainly ticking on."

SUPER CAPTION: Garth Gibbs, Royal author, 'Sophie's Kiss'

The British public have been quite muted about this wedding.

The failure of the last three Royal partnerships has drained much of the enthusiasm and talk of fairytale endings.

But the general consensus is this one will last - it had better.

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"I think after the strains of the other Royal marriages it probably will work - it will have to work. It could well be a very nasty stain on the monarchy if this one doesn't work as well. But I would think that they will have had counselling and lots of talks with the hierarchy and the Palace etc to force this one to work almost. Edward's the last of the Royal children - a great big occasion for everybody, so hopefully it will. "

SUPER CAPTION: Vox pop

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"There's less pressure on them as well, I mean he's the youngest son, there's less focus on him. Charles had a relationship which was going before he ever got involved with Diana. It was a marriage that was made to look right for the public but I don't think there was a good foundation. I think here there's probably romance as well as a good understanding of what it means to be together for a very long time. "

SUPER CAPTION: Vox pop

Sophie will continue to work at her public relations firm in the centre of London.

Edward will continue to helm his TV production company out of the family home in Surrey.

And questions will continue to be asked about whether they are going to have children and whether this will be the first of the Queen's children to stay the course with his first bride.

London, June 10 and file

1. Edward and Sophie smile and kiss on engagement day, January 6 1999

2. Set up Jane Kerr on phone

3. SOUNDBITE: Jane Kerr, Royal Correspondent, The Mirror

4. Set up James Whitaker in garden

5. SOUNDBITE: James Whitaker, Royal commentator

6. Edward and Sophie at the decommissioning of HMS Britannia

7. Set up of Karen Mooney with client

8. SOUNDBITE: Karen Mooney, Managing Director, Sarah Eden dating agency

9. Andrew Parkinson with pint at outdoors pub

10. Close up sign

11. SOUNDBITE: Andrew Parkinson, former boyfriend, Sophie Rhys-Jones

12. Garth Gibbs reading his book Sophie's Kiss

13. Cutaway

14. SOUNDBITE: Garth Gibbs, Royal author, Sophie's Kiss

15. Wide shot Buckingham Palace

16. SOUNDBITE: Vox pop

17. SOUNDBITE: Vox pop

18. Sophie Rhys-Jones walking to work, file

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UK: PRINCE EDWARD & SOPHIE RHYS-JONES WEDDING PREPARATIONS
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Summary: UK: PRINCE EDWARD & SOPHIE RHYS-JONES WEDDING PREPARATIONS
Story No: 134621
Source: POOL , APTN
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 18/06/1999 04:00 AM
People: Prince Edward , Sophie Rhys-Jones , Samantha Shaw
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English/Nat

Thirty thousand people are expected to crowd the streets of Windsor for a glimpse of Prince Edward and Sophie Rhys-Jones when they emerge from the castle after their wedding on Saturday.

A vast amount of time and effort has gone into making sure the big day goes off without a hitch.

The daily changing of the guard at Windsor Castle.

An everyday event that still draws several hundred curious onlookers on a sunny day.

Thousands will be thronging the small streets of Windsor for the fifteen minute procession in horse drawn carriages late on Saturday afternoon.

The Lavender Green Florists shop is on the short route and the Royal couple have said they will ensure they give the staff a wave as they pass.

These local florists are putting in extra hours for the day as they've been chosen by Royal decree to make the flower arrangements.

They did the flowers for Sophie's birthday party two years ago and she hasn't forgotten.

Owner Sue Barnes says what precisely the couple have ordered is a state secret, but she's excited about the prospect of the biggest job she's undertaken.

SOUNDBITE: (English)

"It's a huge day for us. It's really thrilling to have been invited to quote, it's great to have got the job and we cannot wait to get to do it now. It's such fun - we have 15 people working on the day so it's going to be a real buzz."

SUPER CAPTION: Sue Barnes, owner, Lavender Green Florists

And this specialist caterers kitchen will also be unusually busy in the lead up to the wedding.

Rhubarb Food Design's press officer is a personal friend of Sophie's so when it came to deciding who should whip up the hors d'oeuvres for the 600 guests, she didn't have far to turn.

40 waiters are expected to serve up to eight thousand canapes in a two hour period at a reception following the wedding.

Head chef Martin Clare has already decided on the selection, which will be decorated with petals and natural materials.

SOUNDBITE: (English)

"It's a very big job for us and we're very delighted to be able to cater for the Royal Wedding. Looking forward to Saturday - got a few lovely canapes we're going to be serving including carpaccio of beef with rocket mascarpone and crisp crostard. But it's going to be a great day - looking forward to it."

SUPER CAPTION: Martin Clare, Head Chef and part owner, Rhubarb Food Design

The local shops are doing a good business in Royal wedding memorabilia - everyone is reaping the rewards of a major event on their doorstep.

Windsor will be putting on its best show for the day. Flags and banners line the streets - confusingly the Hungarian President visits next week so there are many of that country's flags also in evidence for the state visit.

Tourist chief Sarah Dunn is sure the town will get an extra boost from its global coverage.

SOUNDBITE: (English)

"Obviously the wedding itself is super for Windsor, but generally putting the name Windsor all round the world may give us an ongoing affect which hopefully we'll enjoy throughout the summer and later on into the rest of the year."

SUPER CAPTION: Sarah Dunn, Head of Windsor Tourist Information

The dress Sophie will wear on the day is a well kept secret.

She has chosen a little known fashion designer, Samantha Shaw to make the dress, and not a word has been leaked about its design.

That has stopped people guessing though and Alison Jane Reid, who's a fashion writer for The Times of London is sure it will be a simple, unfussy design which Samantha Shaw is best known for.

SOUNDBITE: (English)

"I think the kind of dress Sophie will be wearing is something like this by Neil Cunningham. It's a beautiful A-line dress, it's got a low cut decolletage, very sexy, flattering, lovely full train, elongates the body. Simple and elegant."

SUPER CAPTION: Alison Jane Reid, Fashion Correspondent, The Times

The people of Windsor are looking forward to the occasion - even though their town will grind to a standstill in the crush of people for a few hours.

SOUNDBITE: (English)

"It will be hectic on the day. For sure you can bet what you like, everyone is going to be out on Saturday. As they generally are in Windsor. You won't be able to drive anywhere, that's for sure."

SUPER CAPTION: Vox pop

SOUNDBITE: (English)

"I'm sure everything will be wonderful. I just hope the weather will hold out. Lovely, yes, looking forward to it - can't wait - we've got tickets to go into the castle, into the grounds so we're really looking forward to that. "

SUPER CAPTION: Vox pop

SOUNDBITE: (English)

"It's going to be a very big event, there's going to be lots of people. i don't know whether I'll come in with the two children - probably not - I'll probably stay at home and watch it on the television - you get a better view."

SUPER CAPTION: Vox pop

Prince Edward did initially want a very low key wedding with no public appearances and only very close friends attending.

But Palace officials are said to have persuaded him to make a happy compromise - although there will be none of the full blown pomp and pageantry of previous Royal weddings.

SOUNDBITE: (English)

"I think the weddings of Diana and Charles at St Paul's, Andrew's wedding, Anne's wedding just cost a fortune - those drives down the Mall and everything. So this will be slightly more private, but not that private and it will be very, very spectacular."

SUPER CAPTION: Garth Gibbs, Royal author, 'Sophie's Kiss'

SOUNDBITE: (English)

"I don't think it will be particularly low key. There's going to be a lot of European royalty there, and I think some pretty smart people will be present on that day so i think it's going to be less low key than people imagine. And I think that's correct. I think that even though he is the third son of the Queen I do think that when the Sovereign's - any of their children get married - there should be a little bit of trumpeting and fanfare about it."

SUPER CAPTION: James Whitaker, Royal commentator

And all that remains is to guess where they're going on honeymoon. One bet has it that it'll be a boat on the Meditteranean - where they'll hope to be left all alone.

London, June 10, Windsor, June 14 and file

1. Band marching and pan up to Windsor castle

2. People glimpsed through Guards marching

3. Zoom in from flag lined street to florist ext

4. Close up window with pull out to shop ext

5. Close up ext florists

6. Florist making flower arrangement

7. Close up flowers

8. Walks to desk

9. Set up Sue Barnes cutting flowers

10. SOUNDBITE: (English) Sue Barnes, owner, Lavender Green Florists

11. Wide shot Rhubarb Catering Design kitchens

12. Close up mushrooms

13. Pan down cutting mushrooms

14. Close up eggs being cracked into large bucket

15. Wide eggs being cracked

16. Set up Martin Clare talking to cook

17. SOUNDBITE: (English) Martin Clare, Head chef and part owner, Rhubarb Food Design

18. Edward and Sophie arrive at Guildhall event, 9 June. Pool

19. Pull out from window with wedding memorabilia

20. Wedding collection sign

21. Ladies looking into window

22. Castle and information sign

23. Set up Sarah Dunn arranging memorabilia

24. SOUNDBITE: (English) Sarah Dunn, Head of Windsor Tourist Information

25. Ext Neil Cunningham fashion shop

26. Set up Alison Jane Reid and Neil Cunningham

27. SOUNDBITE: (English) Alison Jane Reid, Fashion correspondent, The Times

28. Wide shot Windsor street with flag

29. SOUNDBITE: (English) Vox pop

30. SOUNDBITE: (English) Vox pop

31. SOUNDBITE: (English) Vox pop

32. Set up Garth Gibbs, walking by Coleherne Court

33. SOUNDBITE: (English) Garth Gibbs, Royal author, 'Sophie's Kiss'

34. SOUNDBITE: (English) James Whitaker, Royal commentator

35. Wide shot Windsor Castle with bells ringing

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UK: ROYAL WEDDING: EDWARD MARRIES SOPHIE
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Summary: UK: ROYAL WEDDING: EDWARD MARRIES SOPHIE
Story No: 135481
Source: POOL , APTN
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 19/06/1999 04:00 AM
People: Sophie Rhys-Jones , Prince Edward , Queen Elizabeth II , Prince Charles , Prince Andrew , Princess Anne , Prince Philip , Princess Diana , Prince William , Prince Harry , Sarah Ferguson , Camilla Parker-Bowles
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English/Nat

Britain's Prince Edward wed Sophie Rhys-Jones in the regal grandeur of Windsor Castle's ornate St. George's chapel on Saturday, determined to avoid his siblings' highly publicized stumbles and make his marriage last.

Thousands lined the streets of this small town to celebrate the union of the new Earl of Wessex - the title his mother, Queen Elizabeth II, gave him as a wedding gift - and a radiant Miss Rhys-Jones.

She will hereafter be known as Her Royal Highness the Countess of Wessex.

Despite the royal splendor, it was a relatively modern ceremony for a decidedly modern couple.

The early evening service, attended by just 550 family members and friends, was held well away from London's great cathedrals and with no military processions or official representatives from other countries.

Prince Edward, at 35 the queen's youngest child, is a television producer, and his 34-year-bride a public relations executive.

They dated for almost six years before marrying, and both plan to continue working.

In an interview broadcast on Saturday, the bridegroom said the couple possessed the cornerstone of a successful marriage, explaining that "we happen to love each other, which is the most important thing of all."

Their happiness showed during their nuptials, when Edward winked and beamed at his bride and in Miss Rhys-Jones' broad smile before uttering her vows.

The 45-minute service went off smoothly, except for the nerve-wracking moment when it appeared the bride's wedding ring would not slide onto her finger.

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Priest: "Dear Beloved, we are gathered here today to join this couple in holy matrimony. Edward will you take this woman as your wedded wife, to live together according to God's law in the holy state of matrimony? Will you love her, comfort her, honour and keep her in sickness and in health and forsaking all others keep only unto her for so long as you shall both live?"

Edward: "I will."

"Sophie will you take this man as your wedded husband, to live together according to God's law in the holy state of matrimony? Will you love him, comfort him, honour and keep him in sickness and in health and forsaking all others keep only unto him for so long as you shall both live?"

Sophie: "I will."

SUPERCAPTION: Priest, Prince Edward and Sophie Rhys-Jones

Standing at Edward's side during the ceremony were his two designated "supporters" - the royal equivalent of best man - brothers Prince Charles and Prince Andrew, both of whose marriages famously failed.

Also in St. George's Chapel was his sister, Princess Anne, who divorced her first husband but has been remarried for almost seven years.

The entire British royal family attended, including the queen and her husband, Prince Philip; Queen Mother Elizabeth, the bridegroom's 98-year-old grandmother; and the sons of Charles and the late Princess Diana, Prince William, 16, and Prince Harry, 14.

Andrew's former wife, Sarah Ferguson, was not invited, and Charles' longtime love, Camilla Parker-Bowles, was notably absent.

After the ceremony, the newlyweds took a jubilant ride in an open-topped carriage through the historic heart of Windsor, past cheering, flag-waving crowds, some of whom had camped overnight to secure prime spots.

SOUNDBITE: (English)

Speaker 1: "Fantastic."

Speaker 2: "Yes absolutely Fantastic, she looked beautiful

Speaker 1: "Nicely presented."

Speaker 2: "And seeing the horse and carriage coming out just made it all very brilliant."

Question: "What did you think ?"

Speaker 3: "It's a shame the speakers weren't working, it would have been nice to hear the service going on, otherwise it was lovely."

SUPERCAPTION: Voxpop, Royal watchers

The bride was elegant in an ivory silk organza paneled coat and corseted, V-neck dress strewn with 325-thousand cut-glass and pearl beads, with a train of ivory tulle.

She wore a diamond tiara and a black and white pearl necklace and earrings designed for her as a wedding present by Edward, while he wore her gift to him - a gold Hunter pocket watch on a gold chain.

SOUNDBITE: (English)

"She looked lovely, really lovely."

Question: "What did you think of the dress ?"

A: "The dress, she did look pretty, really nice."

SUPERCAPTION: Voxpop, Royal watcher

The newlyweds, who gave no hint where they plan to honeymoon, have indicated they hope to live a low-key life.

Royal watchers say the decision to make Edward an earl rather than a duke reflected his desire to play a minor role in public life.

The Queen also decided, with the couple's agreement, that any children they might have should not be given the style of His or Her Royal Highness, but will have courtesy titles as sons or daughters of an earl.

Windsor, UK; 19 June 1999

APTN

1. Various of Sophie Rhys-Jones driving to church

POOL

2. Band playing

3. Various Sophie walking into church

4. Various Sophie walking up aisle

5. SOUNDBITE: (English) Priest, Prince Edward and Sophie Rhys-Jones during wedding ceremony

6. Edward places ring on Sophie's finger

7. Queen stands

8. Sophie and Edward acknowledge Queen

9. Various of Sophie and Edward walking down the aisle

10. Wideshot as Sophie and Edward walk outside

APTN

11. Crowd cheering

12. Various Sophie and Edward in carriage

13. SOUNDBITE: (English) Voxpop, Royal watchers

14. SOUNDBITE: (English) Voxpop, Royal watcher

15. Pan down from castle to crowd

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UK: SOPHIE AND EDWARD: WEDDING PREPARATIONS
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Summary: UK: SOPHIE AND EDWARD: WEDDING PREPARATIONS
Story No: 135370
Source: APTN
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 19/06/1999 04:00 AM
People: Sophie Rhys-Jones , Prince Edward , Queen Elizabeth II , Prince Charles , Elton John , Princess Diana
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English/Nat

The first well-wishers have gathered in Windsor in brilliant sunshine to celebrate the wedding of Britain's Prince Edward and Sophie Rhys-Jones.

While the crowds don't compare with those of previous British royal weddings, Union Jack flags and keen spectators have been gathering since first light on Saturday.

Some have even camped out overnight to secure the best positions near the castle grounds where the couple will exchange their vows in historic St George's Chapel later on Saturday.

In just a matter of hours, Britain's Prince Edward will be a married man.

And well-wishers are camped outside Windsor Castle, hoping to catch a glimpse of him and his wife-to-be, Sophie Rhys-Jones.

Some spent the night outside to make sure they have a good spot to see other royals, including Queen Elizabeth and Prince Charles.

SOUNDBITE: (English)

"I've been here since 10 o'clock last night and we stayed overnight, and we intend to stay here until the end. We really want to see Sophie."

SUPER CAPTION: Vox Pop

Plenty of stars are also expected to witness the couple exchange their wedding vows, including Elton John, who sang the "Candle in the Wind" tribute song to Princess Diana.

In all, more than 500 guests will be on hand - not to mention a worldwide television audience expected to be in the (m) millions.

SOUNDBITE: (English)

"Well it's another royal wedding and I feel as though, as though, the Queen needs a boost to see all of the public. She's had a pretty horrible two or three years and I just feel everybody's happy, it's at home at Windsor.

SUPER CAPTION: Vox Pop

Many people have travelled a long way to witness the event.

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"Well I've come all the way from New Zealand and the royals are very special to me. I've always been an ardent royalist, all my life, ever since (I was) about 5-years-old, and I've been dubbed as New Zealand's number one royal fan.

SUPER CAPTION: Vox Pop

Prince Edward, who has watched the very public disintegration of his brothers' and sister's marriages, originally intended to keep his own wedding small and private.

But as interest grew, arrangements were made to broadcast the service live.

SOUNDBITE: (English)

"And I think everybody in the country today, eyes will either be on the television, radio or the people in Windsor. The royal family means a lot to most of British people and this is sort of another part of history."

SUPER CAPTION: Vox Pop

The prince and his 34-year-old bride, a middle-class public relations executive, have known each other for six years.

Windsor, U-K - June 19, 1999

1. Shot of Windsor Castle pan to woman reading a newspaper, with a British flag

2. Cutaway of newspaper story on the royal wedding, tilt up to woman

3. Various of people waiting behind fences with British flags

4. Mid shot of three people lying on the pavement with pillows and bed clothes, tilt up to castle

5. SOUNDBITE: (English) Vox Pop

6. Mid shot of people behind a fence, along with a banner saying "Good Luck Sophie and Edward".

7. SOUNDBITE: (English) Vox Pop

8. SOUNDBITE: (English) Vox Pop

9. SOUNDBITE: (English) Vox Pop

10. Mid shot of more spectators

11. Security vehicle driving past

12. Soldier and police officer

13. Mid shot of a British flag hanging out of a window

14. Mid shot of television camera

15. Various of people at a magazine stand

16. Close up shot of Hello magazine with Sophie on the front cover

17. Shot of Windsor castle

18. Various of satellite dish and trucks

19. Wide shot of castle

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(V) UK: PRINCE EDWARD MARRIES SOPHIE RHYS JONES : ROYAL WEDDING
Title:
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Summary: (V) UK: PRINCE EDWARD MARRIES SOPHIE RHYS JONES : ROYAL WEDDING
Story No: 135445
Source: POOL
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 19/06/1999 04:00 AM
People: Prince Edward , Sophie Rhys-Jones , Queen Elizabeth II , Prince Philip
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Voice and effects

VOICED BY: Louise Bates

Watched by friends, royal relatives - and millions of television viewers around the world - England's Prince Edward has married public relations executive Sophie Rhys-Jones.

It is this royal generation's final bid for an enduring marriage.

In honour of the occasion, Queen Elizabeth II has awarded her youngest son the title Earl of Wessex elevating his new wife to the rank of Her Royal Highness, Countess of Wessex

VOICE-OVER:

00.04

There was no military procession, and just family and friends were invited -- but the wedding of Prince Edward and Sophie Rhys-Jones was still a royal event.

00.14

The long-awaited nuptials has been hailed as one of the most untraditional in royal history.

00.21

But the bride-to-be did satisfy tradition by arriving just a few moments late.

00.28

She wore a long, fitted, panelled dress-coat with long sleeves and train in ivory silk.

00.34

A total of 325 cut-glass and pearl beads sparkled as Sophie, on the arm of her father, began her bridal procession along the blue carpet towards the altar.

00.52

UPSOUND (English)

"I will"

SUPER CAPTION: Prince Edward

00.55

The newly-married couple will become the Earl and Countess of Wessex, following an announcement earlier today by Buckingham Palace.

01.03

The new Earl will also be given the Dukedom of Edinburgh after the death of the Queen and the present Duke of Edinburgh.

01.11

And the Queen has decided, with the couple's agreement, that any children they might have should not be given the style of His or Her Royal Highness, but will have courtesy titles as sons or daughters of an earl.

01.24

But the nicety of royal lineage were probably the last thing on their mind as they made their first public appearance as man and wife

01.35

Vision ends

Windsor, England - 19 June 1999

00.00 Medium shot of Sophie Rhys-Jones's car

00.12 Cutaway to people

00.14 Sophie's car driving towards cathedral

00.18 Band playing inside cathedral

00.21 Sophie entering church

00.32 Medium shot of Sophie

00.36 Sophie walking with her father

00.30 Medium shot of Prince Edward

00.45 Sophie and Prince Edward at the altar

00.53 UPSOUND: (English) Prince Edward

00.54 Prince Edward putting ring on Sophie's finger

01.00 Sophie smiling

01.02 Wide shot of altar

01.05 Sophie and Prince Edward walking out

01.11 Cutaway to Queen

01.12 Sophie and Prince Edward walking out

01.24 Sophie and Prince Edward outside cathedral

01.35 ENDS

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ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: ROYAL WEDDING
Title:
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Summary: ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: ROYAL WEDDING
Story No: 135175
Source: POOL , APTN
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 25/06/1999 04:00 AM
People: Prince Edward , Sophie Rhys-Jones , Samantha Shaw
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English/Nat BRITAIN PREPARES FOR ANOTHER ROYAL WEDDING

STORY: ROYAL WEDDING PREPS

LOCATION: LONDON/WINDSOR

DATE: JUNE 10, 14 + FIILE

Thirty thousand people are expected to crowd the streets of Windsor for a glimpse of PRINCE EDWARD and SOPHIE RHYS-JONES when they emerge from the castle after their wedding on Saturday.

A vast amount of time and effort has gone into making sure the big day goes off without a hitch.

Thousands will be thronging the small streets of Windsor for the fifteen minute procession in horse drawn carriages late on Saturday afternoon.

The Lavender Green Florists shop is on the short route and the Royal couple have said they will ensure they give the staff a wave as they pass.

These local florists are putting in extra hours for the day as they've been chosen by Royal decree to make the flower arrangements.

They did the flowers for Sophie's birthday party two years ago and she hasn't forgotten.

Owner SUE BARNES says what precisely the couple have ordered is a state secret, but she's excited about the prospect of the biggest job she's undertaken.

Rhubarb Food Design's press officer is a personal friend of Sophie's so when it came to deciding who should whip up the hors d'oeuvres for the 600 guests, she didn't have far to turn.

40 waiters are expected to serve up to eight thousand canapes in a two hour period at a reception following the wedding.

Head chef MARTIN CLARE has already decided on the selection, which will be decorated with petals and natural materials.

The local shops are doing a good business in Royal wedding memorabilia - everyone is reaping the rewards of a major event on their doorstep.

Windsor will be putting on its best show for the day. Flags and banners line the streets - confusingly the Hungarian President visits next week so there are many of that country's flags also in evidence for the state visit.

Tourist chief SARAH DUNN is sure the town will get an extra boost from its global coverage.

The dress Sophie will wear on the day is a well kept secret.

She has chosen a little known fashion designer, SAMANTHA SHAW to make the dress, and not a word has been leaked about its design.

That has stopped people guessing though and ALISON JANE REID, who's a fashion writer for The Times of London is sure it will be a simple, unfussy design which Samantha Shaw is best known for.

The people of Windsor are looking forward to the occasion - even though their town will grind to a standstill in the crush of people for a few hours.

Prince Edward did initially want a very low key wedding with no public appearances and only very close friends attending.

But Palace officials are said to have persuaded him to make a happy compromise - although there will be none of the full blown pomp and pageantry of previous Royal weddings.

And all that remains is to guess where they're going on honeymoon. One bet has it that it'll be a boat on the Meditteranean - where they'll hope to be left all alone.

1. BAND MARCHING AND PAN UP TO WINDSOR CASTLE

2. PEOPLE GLIMPSED THROUGH GUARDS MARCHING

3. ZOOM IN FROM FLAG LINED STREET TO FLORIST EXT

4. CLOSE UP WINDOW WITH PULL OUT TO SHOP EXT

5. CLOSE UP EXT FLORISTS

6. FLORIST MAKING FLOWER ARRANGEMENT

7. CLOSE UP FLOWERS

8. WALKS TO DESK

9. SET UP SUE BARNES CUTTING FLOWERS

10. SOUNDBITE: (ENGLISH) SUE BARNES, OWNER, LAVENDER GREEN FLORISTS

11. WIDE SHOT RHUBARB CATERING DESIGN KITCHENS

12. CLOSE UP MUSHROOMS

13. PAN DOWN CUTTING MUSHROOMS

14. CLOSE UP EGGS BEING CRACKED INTO LARGE BUCKET

15. WIDE EGGS BEING CRACKED

16. SET UP MARTIN CLARE TALKING TO COOK

17. SOUNDBITE: (ENGLISH) MARTIN CLARE, HEAD CHEF AND PART OWNER, RHUBARB FOOD DESIGN

18. EDWARD AND SOPHIE ARRIVE AT GUILDHALL EVENT, 9 JUNE. POOL

19. PULL OUT FROM WINDOW WITH WEDDING MEMORABILIA

20. WEDDING COLLECTION SIGN

21. LADIES LOOKING INTO WINDOW

22. CASTLE AND INFORMATION SIGN

23. SET UP SARAH DUNN ARRANGING MEMORABILIA

24. SOUNDBITE: (ENGLISH) SARAH DUNN, HEAD OF WINDSOR TOURIST INFORMATION

25. EXT NEIL CUNNINGHAM FASHION SHOP

26. SET UP ALISON JANE REID AND NEIL CUNNINGHAM

27. SOUNDBITE: (ENGLISH) ALISON JANE REID, FASHION CORRESPONDENT, THE TIMES

28. WIDE SHOT WINDSOR STREET WITH FLAG

29. SOUNDBITE: (ENGLISH) VOX POP

30. SOUNDBITE: (ENGLISH) VOX POP

31. SOUNDBITE: (ENGLISH) VOX POP

32. SET UP GARTH GIBBS, WALKING BY COLEHERNE COURT

33. SOUNDBITE: (ENGLISH) GARTH GIBBS, ROYAL AUTHOR, 'SOPHIE'S KISS'

34. SOUNDBITE: (ENGLISH) JAMES WHITAKER, ROYAL COMMENTATOR

35. WIDE SHOT WINDSOR CASTLE WITH BELLS RINGING

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Instant Library 2005: Part 20
Title:
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Summary: UK Royal Wedding, Italy Parmalat, Russia Yukos, EU Referendum
Story No: X03566
Source: APTN
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 31/12/2005 00:00 AM
People: Camilla Parker-Bowles , Jose Zapatero
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UK Royal Wedding

447041

UK Pool

Windsor, UK - 9 April 2005

Close up of girl with Union Jack glasses

Charles and Camilla emerge after ceremony and wave to crowds, walking towards car

447055

AP Television News

Windsor - 9 April 2005

Crowd watching, sign saying "God save the Queen"

Italy Parmalat

462801

AP Television News

FILE: Parma, Italy - 2004

Pan Parmalat headquarters

Yoghurt on production factory

Inside factory

FILE: Rome - 2003

Closeup of Parmalat milk

Finance Police cars

FILE: Parma - 27 December 2003

Parmalat founder Calisto Tanzi leaving police headquarters under arrest

462902

AP Television News

Milan - 28 September 2005

Wide shot courtroom

Close up Calisto Tanzi, founder and former chairman of Parmalat

Russia Yukos

451774

AP Television News

FILE: Moscow - date unknown

Wide shot barbed wire at Matrosskaya Tishina prison, where Khodorkovsky is currently being held

Moscow - 4 July 2004

Wide shot Yukos headquarters with police officers in foreground

Wide shot pan police encircling Yukos office

FILE: unknown location - Winter 2001

Various of Yukos oil fields

Moscow - 24 May 2005

Wide shot Khodorkovsky and Lebedev in courtroom cage

Close-up Khodorkovsky

Mid shot Lebedev

EU Referendum

465530

AP Television News

Hampton Court, UK - 27 October 2005

EU flag

Paris, France - 21 May 2005

Close-up "Vote No" badge

451219

AP Television News

Paris - 12 May 2005

Two shots crowd waving flags and 'yes' banners, cheering

442549

AP Television News

Madrid - 20 February 2005

++Night shots++

Ballort envelope reading "Referendum Constitution Europea 2005"

Close up of ballot box at polling station

Electoral officers opening ballot box

Mid shot of electoral worker separating "yes" and "no" ballots in stacks

442565

Spanish Pool

Madrid - 20 February 2005

SOUNDBITE (Spanish) Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero, Prime Minister of Spain:

"So this 'yes' vote is also a way of saying "thank you" to Europe."

444875

AP Television News

Paris -18 March 2005

News stand on the Champs Elysees with newspaper front page saying "Referendum - No"

453132

AP Television News

Brussels, Belgium - 29 May 2005

People watching the announcement of the French referendum result on a TV screen at 'The Centre' European policy think-tank

Woman covering her mouth in disbelief

AP Television News

The Hague, Netherlands - 2 June 2005

Newspaper headline about the Dutch 'no' vote

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(HZ) UK Wedding Anniversary
Title:
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Summary: Memories of sixty years of a royal marriage
Story No: 531195
Source: AP TELEVISION
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 28/07/2007 09:00 AM
People: Prince Philip , Queen Elizabeth II
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SHOTLIST

UNIVERSAL

London - 20th November 1947

1. Excerpt from report on The Royal Wedding

UPSOUND : (English) "on the balcony at Buckingham, where many kings and queens have appeared, Princess Elizabeth happily shares the supreme day of her life with her countrymen"

AP TELEVISION NEWS

London - 27th July 2007

2. Wide exterior Buckingham Palace

3. Close up poster for Royal Wedding 1947 exhibition

4. Various of Royal Wedding outfits

5. SOUNDBITE (English) Caroline Deguitaut, curator of exhibition

"Well this year, the Queen and Prince Philip will celebrate their diamond wedding anniversary, it actually falls in November, that's sixty years of marriage and so obviously it is a wonderful opportunity for us to celebrate that occasion by putting this display together, with not only the Queen's wedding dress and the Duke's uniform but also outfits worn by principal members of the royal family, bridesmaids, pageboys and a selection of the wonderful gifts they received."

6. Pan of wedding dress

7. SOUNDBITE (English) Caroline Deguitaut, curator of exhibition

"For the most part they've stood up really well, I mean clothes one doesn't normally expect to last as long as sixty years, but the wedding dress itself is still in remarkably good condition give that at that time the silk was produced in a particular way, the silk that Norman Hartnall used, and also of course it's very heavily encrusted with wonderful pearl and crystal embroidery. So I think it's still looking quite good considering its age."

8. Various of wedding dress

9. Wide of wedding shoes

London - June 29, 2007

10. Pan up from camera to Arthur Edwards, Royal Photographer

11. SOUNDBITE (English) Arthur Edwards, Royal Photographer

"sixty years is a long while for a marriage to survive. They must just be the perfect formula. He is a bit feisty, crusty, intolerant. She is calm, patient, funny, great sense of humour. But you know he is the boss, in the marriage, but she is the head of state and when he has to do his duty he does it brilliantly."

POOL

London, 4 June 2002

12. Queen and Prince Philip walking out onto balcony and waving

13. Union flags waving

14. Queen and Philip on balcony

AP TELEVISION NEWS

15. SOUNDBITE (English) Vox Pop, no name available

"I don't think she has a secret I think she just sticks in there. She has got to."

16. SOUNDBITE (English) Vox Pop, no name available

"I think she is from a different generation, where people got married and got married for life"

AP PHOTOS - NO ACCESS CANADA

London - 20th November 1947

17. Group photo at Royal Wedding

18. Princess Elizabeth and Prince Philip waving on balcony

London - July 26, 2007

19. Various of Jane and Roy Moorehouse looking at their wedding photos

20. Close up wedding photo UP SOUND: (English) Jane Moorehouse

"yes so we had a big crowd of people."

21. Close up Roy

22. Close up wedding photo

23. Pan up from Jane's hands to her face UPSOUND: (English) Jane Moorehouse

"Cousin, aunt Mary's daughter Joyce."

24. Close up of photo of bridesmaids UPSOUND: (English) Jane Moorehouse

"That is my cousin Doll, we used to call her Dolly, but now she's older you can't call her Dolly, can you? You have to call her Doll."

25. SOUNDBITE (English) Jane Moorehouse

"So this particular day we went to the pictures. And we were just getting off the bus and we saw these two sailor coming along, and I said to my friend, oh you know."

26. Close up of photo of Roy as a sailor

27. SOUNDBITE (English) Roy Moorehouse

"That's it, coming out of the pub and we met these two nice young ladies, we got chatting. Then we split up, and the other two went the other way, didn't they? And we made arrangements to meet one another, which we done, kept in contact."

27. SOUNDBITE (English) Jane Moorehouse

"We used to write quite a lot. Two, three times a week. We just kept going, you know with letters."

28. SOUNDBITE (English) Roy Moorehouse

"Eventually, one of my brother in law decided to marry my sister. And what about making it a double wedding? Which we did do. We're very happy all those years afterwards."

29. Pan up of wedding photo

30. SOUNDBITE (English) Roy Moorehouse and Jane Moorehouse

Roy - "I was nervous, I cut myself shaving for a start."

Jane - "He was very nervous."

31. Various of group wedding photo

33. SOUNDBITE (English) Roy Moorehouse

"Well we've had the occasional argument, but then you kiss and make up afterwards, and things like that. That's the main thing."

34. Close up Jane's hands

35. SOUNDBITE (English) Roy Moorehouse

"We've got a card from the Queen and Philip. Very pleased. I should imagine that one of the family wrote off to Buckingham palace and told them about our good news, about our Diamond wedding, and that's the answer we got from the palace. Very proud about it, weren't we? If they are as happy as what we when they are celebrating. "

36. Pan along mantelpiece, green clock which was a wedding present to card from Queen

37. Various of card from the Queen to mark their 60th anniversary

38. Mid of Jane holding her wedding dress up against her

UPSOUND: (English) Jane Moorehouse

"I can just about remember I think where I bought it. It was Clapham Junction, again. And in a shop, a dress shop there, but of course it's not there anymore."

39. Close up of wedding dress

UPSOUND: (English) Jane Moorehouse

"June the 7th 1947. It was much the better weather we're getting now."

40. Mid of Jane holding her wedding dress up against her

UPSOUND: (English) Jane Moorehouse

"oh emotions, that I'm in the church, standing at the alter again, with my dear husband."

41. Pan from Jane's reflection in mirror to her face

42. Mid of Jane holding her wedding dress up against her

UPSOUND: (English) Jane Moorehouse

"yeah since the forties so much. Yeah they have."

Roy - "I do."

Jane - "I do, yeah."

LEAD IN :

To mark the sixtieth wedding anniversary of Queen Elizabeth II, and the Duke of Edinburgh later this year, Buckingham Palace has unveiled a special exhibition at its summer opening (July 28, 2007).

But what is the secret of their lasting happiness? Another British couple celebrating their diamond wedding say it's all down to kissing and making up after an argument.

STORYLINE:

The wedding of the then Princess Elizabeth to the dashing naval officer caught the imagination of post-war Britain.

Now those memories are recalled in " A Royal Wedding" - a special exhibition to mark the upcoming Diamond Wedding Anniversary of Her Majesty The Queen and His Royal Highness Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh.

For the first time since the wedding day on 20 November 1947, the exhibition brings together the outfits of the main wedding party, including the magnificent wedding dress worn by Princess Elizabeth.

Caroline Deguitaut, curator of exhibition says the diamond wedding anniversary presented a great opportunity to put together the collection.

Designed by Norman Hartnell, the ivory silk-satin dress is encrusted with crystals and 10,000 seed pearls and has a 13ft foot train.

And almost sixty years after it was worn, Caroline Deguitaut says the dress has survived very well.

The Royal couple received around 2,500 wedding presents, some of which are on display at the Palace.

The Summer Opening of the State Rooms at Buckingham Palace is from 28 July to 28 September 2007.

The Sun newspaper's Royal Photographer Arthur Edwards has been photographing the Queen for thirty years.

He says the secret to their successful marriage is that Prince Philip is dominant in the relationship behind the scenes, but in public he steps back and lets his wife fulfil her role as head of state.

Edwards says they are the perfect formula, he is feisty and she patient with a good sense of humour.

According to figures from the UK national statistics in 1947, there were 6,0254 divorces in England and Wales and in 2005 that number had increased to 141,750 in England and Wales.

Several of the Queen's own children have endured the pain of divorce.

Passers by outside Buckingham Palace agree that the Queen belongs to a generation for whom marriage was for life.

On the other side of London another couple are celebrating their recent diamond wedding anniversary.

Jane and Roy Moorehouse's story mirrors that of the royal couple.

Like Prince Philip, Roy was serving in the Royal Navy during the second world war when he met Jane by chance in Clapham Junction in south London.

Jane was nervous of the sailor at first, but they got chatting and by the end of their first meeting their promised to stay in touch.

Roy was sent abroad to serve in the navy and they kept in touch by writing several letters a week.

Then a romantic opportunity of a double wedding provided them with the chance to get married.

Roy was so nervous on the big day that he cut himself shaving.

Now aged eighty and eighty two respectively they recently celebrated their diamond (60th) wedding anniversary.

Sixty years, five children, fourteen grandchildren and twenty two great grandchildren later Roy says that the secret of a happy marriage is a strong family and to kiss and make up after an argument.

Like the Queen, Jane still treasures her wedding dress which brings back happy memories of their wedding day on June the 7th 1947.

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Entertainment UK Royal Wedding
Title:
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Summary: Queen's eldest grandson marries Canadian fiancee at Windsor Castle
Story No: 565107
Source: UK POOL
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 17/05/2008 19:47 PM
People: Autumn Kelly , Queen Elizabeth II , Prince Philip , Prince Charles , Princess Anne , Prince Harry , Chelsy Davy , Prince William , Kate Middleton , Zara Phillips
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SHOTLIST

1. Bride Autumn Kelly arrives at St. George's chapel at Windsor castle

2. Kelly leaves the car and walks up the stairs to the chapel, carefully chaperoned by bridesmaids

3. Pull out to wide of chapel

STORYLINE:

The eldest grandson of Queen Elizabeth II of Great Britain has married his Canadian fiancee, Autumn Kelly, in a private ceremony at Windsor Castle.

Peter Phillips and Autumn Kelly wed on Saturday at the castle's 15th-century St. George's Chapel in front of 300 guests including the queen, Prince Philip, Prince Charles, and Phillips' mother, Princess Anne.

Prince Harry, the third in line to the throne, and his girlfriend Chelsy Davy were also there.

Prince William missed the wedding but was represented by his girlfriend, Kate Middleton.

The bride wore a traditional white dress by Sassi Holford and a tiara lent to her by her mother-in-law, Princess Anne.

She was led into the chapel by her father Brian.

Her bridesmaids, wearing light green dresses, included Peter's sister Zara Phillips.

After the ceremony, the couple left in a horse-drawn carriage for their reception.

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8129B BRITAIN: THE ROYAL WEDDING
Title:
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Summary: 8129B BRITAIN: THE ROYAL WEDDING
Story No: w011645
Source: AP Television
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 17/07/1981 10:00 AM
People: Prince Charles , Princess Diana
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ROVING REPORT 8129B: BRITAIN: THE ROYAL WEDDING

Background to Story: On July the twenty-ninth Britain celebrates the marriage of

Prince Charles to Lady Diana Spencer. Two features of the occasion are the street

parties which are to be held throughout the country and the Royal Wedding souvenir

industry.

Shows:

Guards parade at Windsor in front of the Queen, Prince Charles and Lady Diana;

souvenirs on display at London's Design Centre; souvenirs criticised by the Design

Council on display in London shops; auction at Highgrove House; Highgrove House

exterior (Charles and Diana's residence); collection in village near Highgrove

House; village meeting; preparations for village fair; village fair to raise money

for Royal Wedding street party; Charles and Diana on walkabout in Tetbury,

Gloucestershire.

Length: 261 feet (79.6 metres)

Duration: 6 minutes 57 seconds

Music: C. Brull Ltd. CBL 469A 'Regal Heritage' 30"

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Ready for the Royal Wedding
Title:
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Summary: Ready for the Royal Wedding
Story No: BM3293
Source: British Movietone
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 26/11/1934 00:00 AM
People: Duke of Kent , Prince Charles
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Disclaimer: British Movietone is an historical collection. Any views and expressions within either the video or metadata of the collection are reproduced for historical accuracy and do not represent the opinions or editorial policies of the Associated Press.

SHOTLIST:

Close shots of the gates of Buckingham Palace. Shot of the street and 'buses and the camera takes you along the streets showing the scaffolding and seats for the spectators. Shot of the door and the house of No 3 Belgrave Square the future home of the Duke and Duchess. Interior shot of the Royal Artillery Band playing. Close shot of the band and the various instruments being played. CUs of the individual instruments playing the Wedding March. Shot of London floodlit. Shot of the Duke landing from ship. Shot inspecting in Naval Uniform aboard ship. He is seen chatting to sailors. Various shots taken during Empire Tours. Close shot with Naval Captain and the Prince of Wales. Shots taken with the workers of Britain. Shot of the workmen digging. Scenes taken with the Princess Marina. CU of both, and separately.

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Wedding of the Duke of Kent (Prince George) To Princess Marina
Title:
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Summary: Wedding of the Duke of Kent (Prince George) To Princess Marina
Story No: BM3295
Source: British Movietone
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 29/11/1934 00:00 AM
People: Prince George , Queen Elizabeth II , Duke of Kent
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HRH the Duke of Kent and Princess Marina are married at Westminster Abbey. Movietone captures the wedding processions and the bride and groom on the Palace Balcony.

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SHOTLIST:

CU Photograph of the Royal Pair. Mixes of the crowds. Shot of the Household Cavalry leaving Buckingham Palace. Elevated shot of the procession going down the Mall. Shot of the Duke's procession leaving St. James's Palace. Bride's procession leaves Buckingham Palace. Various shots of the coaches and Household Brigade cavalry. Prince George and brothers alight. Interior shots of the Abbey. The Royal Pair attended by Princess Elizabeth & Margaret. King and Queen and Royal guests seated. Close shot of the Marriage Lines. Pan down from top of the abbey. The couple enter coach after the ceremony. Ground and elevated shots of the procession on return. Close shot of the coach passing camera entering gates of the palace. Crowd waving hands. Elevated shots of the crowds surging forward and waving. The Royal Pair appear on the balcony. Various shots on balcony with King and Queen and Princess Elizabeth. The King lifts up Princess Margaret who waves to the crowd. Elevated shot of the crowds outside the Palace. Pan shot of still of the group and other shots of the wedding groups. CU Still of the Royal couple. They leave for Paddington and enter train for honeymoon.

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The Royal Wedding
Title:
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Summary: The Royal Wedding
Story No: BM3296
Source: British Movietone
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 03/12/1934 00:00 AM
People: Duke of Kent , Duchess of Kent , Queen Elizabeth II
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British Movietone presents another chance to enjoy the wedding of the Duke and Duchess of Kent.

Disclaimer: British Movietone is an historical collection. Any views and expressions within either the video or metadata of the collection are reproduced for historical accuracy and do not represent the opinions or editorial policies of the Associated Press.

SHOTLIST:

This issue is the same as the previous story CARD 3295, Issue 286A, except Honeymoon Departure is missing.

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The Royal Wedding
Title:
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Summary: The Royal Wedding
Story No: BM4041
Source: British Movietone
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 07/11/1935 00:00 AM
People: Queen Elizabeth II
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HRH The Duke of Gloucester and Lady Alice Scott.

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SHOTLIST:

Lady Alice Scott leaves her home and enters car. Shots of the drive. The carriage enters the gates of Buckingham Palace for the ceremony in the small chapel. The Duke and Duchess appear on the balcony. They are followed later by the King and Queen. The crowds cheer. The two Princesses and the Duchess of York are seen on the balcony. Shot of the King with Princess Margaret and Princess Elizabeth on the balcony (nice shot of King with his granddaughters). Shots of the still photographs. The happy pair leave the Palace for honeymoon, in an open carriage. The procession proceeds to the station and enters train. The bridesmaids etc. bid them farewell.

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TRAILER - ROYAL WEDDING COUPLE
Title:
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Summary: TRAILER - ROYAL WEDDING COUPLE
Story No: BM49457
Source: British Movietone
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 20/11/1947 00:00 AM
People: Queen Elizabeth II , Prince Philip
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Wishing the Royal Couple Long Life and Perfect Happiness, mix with CU of Princess Elizabeth and Duke of Edinburgh.

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FIRST PICTURES OF ROYAL WEDDING PRESENTS
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Summary: FIRST PICTURES OF ROYAL WEDDING PRESENTS
Story No: BM49456
Source: British Movietone
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 20/11/1947 00:00 AM
People: Queen Elizabeth II
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The Royal wedding presents are on display at St. James's Palace.

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CUT STORY: KS Exterior of St. James's Palace. Lorry being unloaded of case. Interior - MS glass cases of glassware, china, etc. SCU of gold dressing set, several shots. Glass case of glassware, pan of same, shows glass jar given by President Truman. CU Steuben glass vase. MS glass goblets given by President Benes. CU diamond necklace from Burma. MS roomful of linen etc. and sewing machine. MS picnic hamper. Pan of presents from King and Queen. CU pan pearl necklace, diamond necklace inlaid with rubies. CU diamond tiara.

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THE ROYAL WEDDING - PRINCESS ELIZABETH AND THE DUKE OF EDINBURGH  - NO SOUND
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Summary: THE ROYAL WEDDING - PRINCESS ELIZABETH AND THE DUKE OF EDINBURGH - NO SOUND
Story No: BM49459-2
Source: British Movietone
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 24/11/1947 00:00 AM
People: Prince Philip , Prince Charles , Queen Elizabeth II
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Movietone in common with every loyal subject of the King offers congratulations to HRH PRINCESS ELIZABETH and her bridegroom.

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CUTS FOR STORY NUMBER 49459 - Abbey Interiors and departure - Interior - choir boys process. Banners are carried, also cross and candles, religious leaders process. HAS of wedding guests in their finery. Princess Elizabeth and Duke of Edinburgh process followed by pages and bridesmaids. Crowd bow and curtsey. HAS of various wedding guests including Queen Mary, Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother and King George VI. All shots are taken from same position which is presumably just before wedding guests exit the Abbey. VS procession passing underneath and past camera. Closer shot of some of the guests including Clement Attlee, Herbert Morrison and other politicians.

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THE ROYAL WEDDING - PRINCESS ELIZABETH AND THE DUKE OF EDINBURGH - NO SOUND
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Summary: THE ROYAL WEDDING - PRINCESS ELIZABETH AND THE DUKE OF EDINBURGH - NO SOUND
Story No: BM49459-3
Source: British Movietone
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 24/11/1947 00:00 AM
People: Prince Philip , Prince Charles
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Movietone in common with every loyal subject of the King offers congratulations to HRH PRINCESS ELIZABETH and her bridegroom.

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CUTS FOR STORY NUMBER 49459 - Interior of Westminster Abbey. Procession. VS of Princess Elizabeth and Duke of Edinburgh walking down the aisle followed by bridesmaids. HAS of King George VI, Queen Mother, Queen Mary and other members of the royal party walking down aisle. VS of the procession. CU of marriage licence with many signatures. CUs of another document with signatures. CU of marriage licence. CUs of signatures. HAS of procession arriving at Buckingham Palace. Crowds rush fowards from Queen Victoria Memorial. Police hold crowds back from palace. VS of procession. Royal carriage returns to palace. HAS of sand being shovelled beside gates to palace. Carriage leaving and returning to palace - VS.

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THE ROYAL WEDDING - PRINCESS ELIZABETH AND THE DUKE OF EDINBURGH
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Summary: THE ROYAL WEDDING
Story No: BM49459
Source: British Movietone
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 24/11/1947 12:00 PM
People: Prince Charles , Princess Alexandra , Prince Michael of Kent , Prince William , Duchess of Gloucester , Duke of Kent , Elizabeth Lambert , Prince Philip
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Movietone in common with every loyal subject of the King offers congratulations to HRH PRINCESS ELIZABETH and her bridegroom.

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TS Queen Victoria Memorial with crowd and troops marching round. GV crowd. MS crowds lining route (x3). TS crowd as children are handed over heads. CU crowd. CU the Duke of Edinburgh and the Marquess of Milford Haven out of Kensington Palace look at watch, decide it is too early and go back in. CU groom and bestman re-emerge past sweep and enter Daimler car. GV car drives off. TS car along. GV Household Cavalry (x2). GV coach with the Queen and Princess Margaret through Trafalgar Square. GV crowd. GV Irish State Coach out of Buckingham Palace pan with it as Princess Elizabeth waves. GV coach round QVM. MS bride in coach. TC coach, pan with coach past as the King seen at window. GV coach past. TS coach arrives at Westminster Abbey. TS King alights. MS bride alights (x2). GV coach at West Door. STILL PHOTOGRAPHS (x2) of interior of Westminster Abbey during wedding ceremony. GV choir singing 23rd Psalm. STILL of wedding. Pan roof of Abbey. STILL MS organist. CU register. GV & MS bride and groom towards down aisle. GV bride and groom followed by bridesmaids, Princess Margaret and Princess Alexandra lead bridesmaids. Pages are Prince Michael of Kent and Prince William of Gloucester. GV King and Queen's procession down aisle including Queen Mary, Princess Andrew of Greece (Groom's mother), King Haakon of Norway, King Michael of Romania, the Queen of the Hellenes and King of Iraq (x3). MS Duke and Duchess of Gloucester, Princess Marina and Duke of Kent. GV procession Princess Juliana and Prince Bernhard, King Peter and Queen Alexandra of Yugoslavia, Queen Helen of Romania, Prince Regent of Belgium, Duchess of Aosta, Crown Prince and Princess of Greece. MS Earl and Countess Mountbatten. MS Clement Attlee and Ernest Bevin in procession, Field Marshal Smuts, Herbert Morrison and Mr Mackenzie King. MS Winston and Mrs Churchill. GV exterior Abbey. MS bride and groom from Abbey and into glass coach (x3). 2 shots of coach away & 7 shots of coach travelling back to Buckingham Palace. MS Grand Entrance as bride alights. TS crowds rush for railings & GV ditto. TS crowd. MS bride and groom onto balcony followed by Princess Margaret. TS crowd. MS King and Queen and Queen Mary join them on balcony. TS crowd, CU girls in crowd waving and shouting. MS bride and groom leave balcony. GV interior wedding group. CU Princess Margaret. MS bridesmaid. CU Prince Michael. MS other bridesmaids. CU Prince William. CU bride and groom (x2), MS ditto. CU train of dress tilt up to bride and groom. GV The Mall. MS press on QVM. MS bride climbs into landau as rose petals are thrown over her. CU the Queen (x2). Elevated shot as landau drives out Palace and rounds QVM. GV passing along The Mall, the street lamps being on, rather dull, dusk falling. Carriage arrives at Waterloo Station, bridal pair alight, greeted by Chairman of Southern Railway, also shake hands with Sir Harold Scott, Commissioner of Police. Enter special railway carriage. MS of carriage. CU Royal Coat of Arms on front of train, train pulling out of platform, people wave and train out of station and camera, superimposed title fades in wishing them "Long Life and Happiness etc." Princess's dog was at Waterloo. � Bridesmaids - Lady Mary Cambridge, Lady Caroline Montagu-Douglas-Scott, Lady Pamela Mountbatten, Lady Elizabeth Lambert, Miss Diana Bowes-Lyon, Hon. Margaret Elphinstone. � � SEE STORY NUMBER 49459/2, 49459/3, 49459/4, 49459/5

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THE ROYAL WEDDING (COLOUR)
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Summary: THE ROYAL WEDDING (COLOUR)
Story No: BM82644
Source: British Movietone
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 12/06/1961 00:00 AM
People: Queen Elizabeth II , Princess Anne , Princess Alexandra , Prince Michael of Kent , Prince William , Duke of Kent , Prince Philip , Prince Charles
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The approaches to York Minster were crowded for the first wedding here for over 600 years. Inside, Princess Margaret and her husband were followed by the Queen Mother and Queen Victoria Eugenie of Spain. The bridegroom's mother with Princess Alexandra, the Duke of Kent, with his brother Prince Michael as best man. Then, Her Majesty the Queen and Prince Philip entered with the Prince of Wales. These were the final moments before the fanfare for the bride. Now came Miss Katherine Worsley, on the arm of her father, Sir William, in a beautiful gown, the veil sweeping down to the magnificent fifteen-foot train. The ceremony was conducted by the Archbishop of York (Archbishop of Canterbury elect). Then, bride and groom walked towards the choir of the Minster, for the signing of the royal register, witnessed by Her Majesty. Before walking down the aisle to the West Door, the Duke of Kent and his very charming bride paid homage to the Queen.

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Key scene. (Fade). LS York Minster church. GV crowds. GV another. MCU same. GV car draws up. GV church. MS interior Princess Margaret and husband down aisle. MS Queen Mother and Queen Victoria Eugenie same. MS the bridegroom's mother with Princess Alexandra same. CU the Duke of Kent and best man Prince Michael. MS the Queen and Prince Philip with Prince Charles. CU Princess Margaret and husband. MCU pan Royal party stand. GV fanfare. TS bride walking down aisle. TS same. MS the bride on the arm of her father. MS bridesmaids. BS bride on the arm of her father. MS bridesmaids. BS bride with father. MCU Prince Charles. MS Princess Anne takes the bride's bouquet. MCU Princess Alexandra and another. CU Archbishop of York. LS bride before Archbishop. MS ceremony speech by Archbishop. MS bridesmaids. MCU ceremony. MCU ceremony. CU Duke of Edinburgh. LS bride and groom walk towards the choir. CU Princess Margaret and husband. GV the Queen and Duke follow. TS Queen Mother seated. LS onlookers. GV the bride and groom bow to the Queen and walk on. LS bride and groom walking down the aisle. MCU same. GV couple come out under arch way of swords. MS couple. CU crowd. MCU couple - car pulls up. CU crowd. CU same. MCU couple waving from car. GV crowds waving. GV car drives past. see story number 82644/2, 82644/3, 82644/4 for cuts

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THE ROYAL WEDDING - COLOUR - NO SOUND
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Summary: THE ROYAL WEDDING - COLOUR - NO SOUND
Story No: BM82644-2
Source: British Movietone
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 12/06/1961 00:00 AM
People: Prince Michael of Kent , Queen Elizabeth II , Prince Philip , Duchess of Gloucester , Charles Spencer
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CUTS FOR STORY NUMBER 82644 - COLOUR VERY GOOD - Margaret and Snowdon. Queen Mother, Marina and Alexandra. Prince Michael and Groom take their seats. CU of them. Gloucesters. CU Queen Mother and Queen Ena of Spain. Marina and Alexandra. CU Margaret and Snowdon. The Queen, Charles and Duke they take their seats, Duke talks to Queen Mum. CU The Queen, Bride and Father, Bridesmaids. CU Duke of Edinburgh. CU Prince Michael. CU Charles. Various of ceremony. CU Duke and Duchess of Gloucester. CU Margaret and Snowdon. Bride and Groom from vestry and procession follows them out. Interiors from top position. Gloucesters, Margaret & Snowdon. Queen Mother and Queen Ena. Bride and father. Earl Spencer seen at front of congregation.

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