Prince William and Kate Middleton were declared man and wife at London's Westminster Abbey, in front of 1900 family and friends and a worldwide television audience estimated at as many as 2 billion. Wearing an ivory and white satin dress designed by Sarah Burton--a closely guarded secret until minutes before the service began—The Best Man Prince Harry presented his brother with a wedding ring to give to Kate of made of Welsh gold, given to William by the Queen soon after the couple were engaged. The bride also wore a diamond-studded halo tiara loaned to her by the Queen, with her beautifully curled hair down at the back.
In a royal ceremony led by Rowan Williams Archbishop of Canterbury, Kate promised William that she would "love him, be faithful, honor him, comfort him, and keep him," and he selected sincere words of, “love her, keep her, and comfort her. Although she omitted the traditional tone of “obey” which Princess Diana said to Prince Charles. Like a fairytale so many young girls dream of, Kate heart danced with joy on a world stage sealed with a special essence that only heaven can shower down. The couple sealed their royal love for one another with a kiss, as admirers and well wishes tearfully cheer. As Prince William and Kate Middleton take their first steps into married life, the eyes of the world would be watching as one day they will become king and queen. This book poetically covers the newlyweds’ royal love for one another. Author Raymond Sturgis carefully selected each word which is only fit for a future King and Queen.