The event was preceded by a Champagne Breakfast which included raspberry and lemon scrumpets, a fresh fruit bowl, 3 kinds of tea and breakfast cake. And, of course, the cork on a bottle of champagne was popped as the couple left Westminister Abbey, the bells wildly pealing in celebration of the event.
The procession that followed at 7:30 a.m. in Canada was for some of the commoners to go to work. The retired, part-time and those on maternity leave stayed behind to finish viewing the tape and then rewinding it to catch Posh's hat again, and a view of Elton John needing the music to sing the Jerusalem Hymn.
The hats at our party were as flamboyant as those we saw on T.V.
The bling on our fingers and wrists held no less sparkle than the tierra on the head of the new Duchess of Cambridge.
One woman had fixed up the pink rubber gloves that she uses for dishes everyday so that they had all of the glamour and pizzazz of those gloves on the hands of the artistocracy.
A quiz was held and all participated by paper -- who is older, William or Catharine; where did they meet; where did he propose, etc.
The winners of the contest recieved Royal Teaspoons on which were the portraits of the bride and groom.
A lovely time was had by all.
Bonnie is now resting at home -- the excitement of the early morning event being too much for her.
Answers to the above questions:
b. they were both art history majors at college
c. in Kenya