Kevin McKenna happy faces - and even some union flags - who joined the crowd to see Edinburgh own royal wedding
of the bride, as always, looked radiant in a beautiful little shoulders, the number and the groom looked simply delighted. Then a white limousine stops and throws a group of ushers and bridesmaids, all rosy and smiling. A lone piper who met at the door of the Hotel MacDonald and the guests who had been drinking beer in pubs and Bacardi Holyrood Road often.
was the wedding of Paul and Sharon local couple, and did not seem at all disturbed by the thousands starting the other way for a real union and rugby star in the Canongate.The
Edinburgh Evening News
had forecast a group of only 2000, but there seemed to be at least double that brought together 10 deep in the sun Edinburgh and extends most of the way the Royal Mile.
Previously, he tried to get a small union flags monument that most people in the crowd seemed to be sporting. For it was Old Town of Edinburgh - perhaps the only place in Scotland, where you can shake the red, white and blue, without an exhibition of himself
In the days before the wedding of the daughter of the Princess Royal, had tried to induce some outrage at the cost of the event for the public purse. They chose the wrong target, however. Anne is a real favorite of Scotland and seems to throw our image and likeness. It does not seem to brook any nonsense and you can imagine officials in helping to put coal in a winter night. In addition, she is patron of the Scottish Rugby Union and assists all parties in Scotland in a kilt.
Zara looks like a sweet young Sonsie imitated her mother as a rider in the world rankings. The occasion was a sense of grounding - even, dare I say, couth. Two ushers were members of the family Mike Tindall, while three of his history of rugby. One of them was Peter Phillips, Zara's brother. The groom's brother, Ian, also among them. And there was a touch of Anne human evolution: while watching the couple went to his Holyroodhouse arms firmly linked to the aging parent Tindall, PhilBefore Life of Samuel Johnson, James Boswell wrote his Edinburgh
Boswell, apparently visited each. He would have laughed at the procession of Daimler carry all the top floor of the British aristocracy to a church that scroll past a time, while the kingdom of drunkenness.
I digress. Across the road from Kirkcaldy Caroline and Lesley were enjoying their day in the sun. Like many in the crowd, they are not considered as great defenders of the royal family, but when the Queen swept by a wave, there were tears. "She is a charming woman, I hope she likes the marriage of his granddaughter," said one.
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