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Transcript of the Full Solemnization for the Royal Wedding between Prince William and Kate Middleton

April 29, 2011 by Alan Viau

Archbishop to Prince William: William Arthur Philip Louis, wilt thou have this woman to thy wedded wife, to live together according to God’s law in the holy estate of matrimony?

Wilt thou love her, comfort her, honour and keep her, in sickness and in health; and, forsaking all other, keep thee only unto her, so long as ye both shall live?

He answers: I will.

Archbishop to Catherine: Catherine Elizabeth, wilt thou have this man to thy wedded husband, to live together according to God’s law in the holy estate of matrimony? Wilt thou love him, comfort him, honour and keep him, in sickness and in health; and, forsaking all other, keep thee only unto him, so long as ye both shall live?

She answers: I will.

The Archbishop continues: Who giveth this woman to be married to this man?

The Archbishop receives Catherine from her father’s hand. Taking Catherine’s right hand, Prince William says after the Archbishop: I, William Arthur Philip Louis, take thee, Catherine Elizabeth to my wedded wife, to have and to hold from this day forward, for better, for worse: for richer, for poorer; in sickness and in health; to love and to cherish, till death us do part, according to God’s holy law; and thereto I give thee my troth.

They loose hands. Catherine, taking Prince William by his right hand, says after the Archbishop: I, Catherine Elizabeth, take thee, William Arthur Philip Louis, to my wedded husband, to have and to hold from this day forward, for better, for worse: for richer, for poorer; in sickness and in health; to love and to cherish, till death us do part, according to God’s holy law; and thereto I give thee my troth.

They loose hands. The Archbishop blesses the ring: Bless, O Lord, this ring, and grant that he who gives it and she who shall wear it may remain faithful to each other, and abide in thy peace and favour, and live together in love until their lives’ end. Through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.

Prince William takes the ring and places it upon the fourth finger of Catherine’s left hand. Prince William says after the Archbishop: With this ring I thee wed; with my body I thee honour; and all my worldly goods with thee I share: in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost. Amen.

The congregation remains standing as the couple kneels. The Archbishop says: Let us pray.

O Eternal God, Creator and Preserver of all mankind, giver of all spiritual grace, the author of everlasting life: send thy blessing upon these thy servants, this man and this woman, whom we bless in thy name; that, living faithfully together, they may surely perform and keep the vow and covenant betwixt them made, whereof this ring given and received is a token and pledge; and may ever remain in perfect love and peace together, and live according to thy laws; through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.

The Archbishop joins their right hands together and says: Those whom God hath joined together let no man put asunder.

The Archbishop addresses the congregation: Forasmuch as William and Catherine have consented together in holy wedlock, and have witnessed the same before God and this company, and thereto have given and pledged their troth either to other, and have declared the same by giving and receiving of a ring, and by joining of hands; I pronounce that they be man and wife together, in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost. Amen.

The Archbishop blesses the couple: God the Father, God the Son, God the Holy Ghost, bless, preserve, and keep you; the Lord mercifully with his favour look upon you; and so fill you with all spiritual benediction and grace, that ye may so live together in this life, that in the world to come ye may have life everlasting. Amen.

Ceremonial Timings are listed here, April 29,2011.

The following timings have been confirmed for the Wedding Day: Between 8.15am and 9.45am: The general congregation will arrive at the Great North Door of Westminster Abbey. From 9.50am: Governors-General and Prime Ministers of Realm Countries,the Diplomatic Corps, and other distinguished guests arrive at the Abbey. 10.10am The Bridegroom and Prince Henry of Wales leave Clarence House for Westminster Abbey. They arrive at the Abbey at 10.15am. 10.20am Members of Foreign Royal Families arrive at Westminster Abbey from Buckingham Palace. 10.20am Mrs. Michael (Carole) Middleton and Mr. James Middleton leave the Goring Hotel for Westminster Abbey. They arrive at the Abbey at 10.27am. 10.25am Members of the Royal Family (except those listed below) leave Buckingham Palace for Westminster Abbey. They arrive at the Abbey at 10.30am. 10.35am The following Members of the Royal Family leave Buckingham Palace for Westminster Abbey. They arrive at the Abbey at 10.40am: - The Princess Royal and Vice Admiral Timothy Laurence - The Duke of York - Princess Eugenie of York - Princess Beatrice of York - The Earl and Countess of Wessex 10.38am The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall leave Clarence House for Westminster Abbey. They arrive at the Abbey at 10.42am. 10.40am The Queen and The Duke of Edinburgh leave Buckingham Palace for Westminster Abbey. They arrive at the Abbey at 10.45am. 10.48am The Bridesmaids and Pages leave the Goring Hotel for Westminster Abbey. They arrive at the Abbey at 10.55am. 10.51am The Bride, accompanied by Mr. Michael Middleton, leaves the Goring Hotel for Westminster Abbey. 11.00am The Marriage Service begins. The Marriage Service will be relayed by audio speakers along the Route. 12.15pm The Carriage Procession of the Bride and Bridegroom with a Captain's Escort of the Household Cavalry, followed by The Queen's Procession with a Sovereign's Escort of the Household Cavalry, leaves Westminster Abbey for Buckingham Palace. 12.30pm The Bride's Carriage Procession arrives at Buckingham Palace. 12.40pm Members of the Royal Family and Members of Foreign Royal Families arrive at Buckingham Palace. From 12.40pm: Other guests for the Reception arrive at Buckingham Palace. 1.25pm The Queen and the Bride and Bridegroom, together with their Families, appear on the Balcony. 1.30pm Fly Past by the Royal Air Force and Battle of Britain Memorial Flight.


Miss Catherine Middleton, accompanied by her immediate family, will spend the night before the Wedding at the Goring Hotel. This was the Middleton family's personal choice.

All arrivals at Westminster Abbey are at the Great West Door unless otherwise indicated.

All routes to and from Westminster Abbey are as already announced: The Mall, Horse Guards Road, Horse Guards Parade, through Horse Guards Arch, Whitehall, Parliament Square (south side), Broad Sanctuary.

I wanted to share the transcript of Bishop Chartres’ absolutely marvelous homily from this morning’s wedding at Westminster Abbey. (The transcript below is from the official royal wedding Web site.)

The Bishop of London's Sermon

29th April 2011

“Be who God meant you to be and you will set the world on fire.” So said St Catherine of Siena whose festival day it is today. Marriage is intended to be a way in which man and woman help each other to become what God meant each one to be, their deepest and truest selves.

Many are full of fear for the future of the prospects of our world but the message of the celebrations in this country and far beyond its shores is the right one – this is a joyful day! It is good that people in every continent are able to share in these celebrations because this is, as every wedding day should be, a day of hope.  

In a sense every wedding is a royal wedding with the bride and the groom as king and queen of creation, making a new life together so that life can flow through them into the future.

William and Catherine, you have chosen to be married in the sight of a generous God who so loved the world that he gave himself to us in the person of Jesus Christ.

And in the Spirit of this generous God, husband and wife are to give themselves to each another.

A spiritual life grows as love finds its centre beyond ourselves. Faithful and committed relationships offer a door into the mystery of spiritual life in which we discover this; the more we give of self, the richer we become in soul; the more we go beyond ourselves in love, the more we become our true selves and our spiritual beauty is more fully revealed. In marriage we are seeking to bring one another into fuller life.

It is of course very hard to wean ourselves away from self-centredness. And people can dream of doing such a thing but the hope should be fulfilled it is necessary a solemn decision that, whatever the difficulties, we are committed to the way of generous love.

You have both made your decision today – “I will” – and by making this new relationship, you have aligned yourselves with what we believe is the way in which life is spiritually evolving, and which will lead to a creative future for the human race.

We stand looking forward to a century which is full of promise and full of peril. Human beings are confronting the question of how to use wisely a power that has been given to us through the discoveries of the last century. We shall not be converted to the promise of the future by more knowledge, but rather by an increase of loving wisdom and reverence, for life, for the earth and for one another.

Marriage should transform, as husband and wife make one another their work of art. It is possible to transform as long as we do not harbour ambitions to reform our partner. There must be no coercion if the Spirit is to flow; each must give the other space and freedom. Chaucer, the London poet, sums it up in a pithy phrase:

“Whan maistrie [mastery] comth, the God of Love anon,

Beteth his wynges, and farewell, he is gon.”

As the reality of God has faded from so many lives in the West, there has been a corresponding inflation of expectations that personal relations alone will supply meaning and happiness in life. This is to load our partner with too great a burden. We are all incomplete: we all need the love which is secure, rather than oppressive, we need mutual forgiveness, to thrive.

As we move towards our partner in love, following the example of Jesus Christ, the Holy Spirit is quickened within us and can increasingly fill our lives with light. This leads to a family life which offers the best conditions in which the next generation can practise and exchange those gifts which can overcome fear and division and incubate the coming world of the Spirit, whose fruits are love and joy and peace.

I pray that all of us present and the many millions watching this ceremony and sharing in your joy today, will do everything in our power to support and uphold you in your new life. And I pray that God will bless you in the way of life that you have chosen, that way which is expressed in the prayer that you have composed together in preparation for this day:

God our Father, we thank you for our families; for the love that we share and for the joy of our marriage.

In the busyness of each day keep our eyes fixed on what is real and important in life and help us to be generous with our time and love and energy.
Strengthened by our union help us to serve and comfort those who suffer. We ask this in the Spirit of Jesus Christ. Amen.  After eight long and sometimes lonely years of waiting, Kate Middleton will today marry Prince William. At 11am, the middle-class graduate – who, so legend has it, used to lie in her dormitory bed gazing at a picture of her husband-to-be – will enter Westminster Abbey as a commoner and an hour later walk out as the future Queen Catherine.
Last night Kate was positively glowing as she arrived at the central London hotel where she was to spend her final night as a single woman. With her mother, Carole, and younger sister, Pippa, she paused for several minutes and waved to the delighted well-wishers who had gathered outside.
Wearing a cream jacket on which the hem had given way and a pair of wedge heels, she grinned with uncontained delight. Later Prince William went for a walkabout on the Mall to meet the crowds preparing to spend the night there.
Camera phones flashed and cheers rang out as the casually-dressed second in line to the throne and his best man, Prince Harry, made their brief visit at 8.30pm.
Today's chapter in the couple's romance – punctuated, like many relationships, with tearful break-ups and emotional reunions – will be watched by an estimated worldwide audience of two billion.
More than half a million will line London's streets as part of a joyful celebration similar to the outbreak of optimism 30 years ago when William's parents, Charles and Diana, married at St Paul's Cathedral.
The only fly in the ointment could be the weather. Forecasters admitted that a burst of April showers was a distinct possibility.
The couple's thoroughly modern relationship has seen them become the most senior members of the Royal Family to live together before marriage, an unthinkable arrangement even a couple of decades ago.
Unlike the Queen, who promised to obey Prince Philip when they married in 1947, Kate will today pledge only to 'love, comfort, honour and keep'.
She has kept the country guessing right up until the 11th hour over the identity of the designer of her much-anticipated dress, telling friends she wanted it to be a surprise for William.
However a woman looking suspiciously like Alexander McQueen designer Sarah Burton last night attempted to slip into the Goring Hotel, which is being used by Kate as a base for her wedding day preparations, in a 'cloak and dagger' operation.
Earlier, Carole and Pippa Middleton joined Kate and members of the royal family for an informal and 'high-spirited' lunch at Clarence House.
Kate's wedding band was fashioned by the jeweller who made Princess Diana's ring. Royal warrant holders Wartski used a nugget of Welsh gold which was given to Prince William by the Queen as an engagement present.
The 146-year-old family firm, originally from North Wales, is now based in Grafton Street in central London. A spokesman said: 'It's a great honour for us.'
This morning the slender, plain band will be entrusted to William's brother and best man Prince Harry, 26, who will be responsible for taking it to Westminster Abbey.
During the wedding service, William will say 'with this ring I thee wed' as he slips the band on his bride's finger. Unlike his father, the prince has chosen not to wear a ring himself.
Kate is expected to wear the band alongside the diamond and sapphire engagement ring that once belonged to Diana. The rest of the day was devoted to a 'girly' afternoon in, courtesy of Kate's future mother-in-law, the Duchess of Cornwall.
She arranged for her manicurist, Marina Sandoval from the Jo Hansford hair salon in Mayfair, to visit Clarence House. Marina, 38, treated Kate to a one-hour £36 'signature manicure'.
She said: 'She was so happy and radiant and chattered about how much she was looking forward to the day. She just can't wait.'
Camilla popped out afterwards, telling well-wishers: 'We're all ready for tomorrow, it's wonderful and we're all very excited.'
The couple have told how 'incredibly moved' they have been by the affection shown to them since their engagement.
In a message printed in their official wedding programme – which includes a black and white picture of the couple by Princess Diana's friend Mario Testino – they said: 'We are both so delighted that you are able to join us in celebrating what we hope will be one of the happiest days of our lives.
'The affection shown to us by so many people during our engagement has been incredibly moving, and has touched us both deeply.
'We would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone most sincerely for their kindness.'
 Prince William proposed to Kate Middleton on November 16th, 2010, while the pair were vacationing in Kenya.  Kate, of course, agreed, and the official notice of the engagement was announced soon thereafter. Prince William gave Kate his late mother, Princess Diana’s, diamond and blue sapphire ring. This stunning piece of jewelery will doubtlessly go down in history. It could potentially be passed down the line of future heirs to the throne for generations to come. 
They’ve finally set a date: Prince William and Ms. Kate Middleton will marry on Friday April 29th 2011 at Westminster Abbey, London.
Don’t forget to save the April 29th date for the British Royal Wedding, and catch all the latest news on Prince William and Kate Middleton’s wedding right here on RoyalWeddingLive.TV!

The royal wedding live of Prince William and Kate Middleton‘s that’s coming up on April 29th will be broadcast in a variety of locations online. In addition to this website,  YouTube/Google released an announcement yesterday saying that they would stream it. On Youtube, it will be carried on the official British Monarchy channel. Coverage will include the wedding procession and the actual ceremony itself. Other footage will be carried as well, but will not be streamed live. But the live stream isn’t the only technology that the British royals will be breaing ground with. It’s also been announced that the staff in the royal household will be utilizing Twitter as well as Flickr to send out updates as the day progresses. The public is also invited to share in the social media frenzy that will occur the day of the royal wedding live. There is a hashtag on twitter for the royal wedding, #rw2011, as well as “wedding book” where people can digitally sign their names and well wishes to the royal couple.
For YouTube’s part, the live stream isn’t necessarily ground breaking. However, certain aspects of it are. For one, over 1 Billion individuals are expected to watch the live feed. And for two, YouTube will be hosting a blog right on the same page as the stream. It will include commentary and analysis.
Even with so much online media presence by the royals for this big event, traditional media coverage will be as big as ever. The BBC will be sending over 850 staff members to cover the event. ITV and SKY will be sending 460 staff members. A total of 8,000 reporters are expected to arrive from other countries to cover the event – that being in addition to all of the domestic coverage. One BBC reporter by the name of Mishail Husain spoke recently about the pressure that the journalists covering the event are facing. She indicated that up to 2 Billion people will be tuning in one way or another that day.
Finally, some members of the “old guard” media establishment seem to be stepping into the digital age for this event alongside the royals for the royal wedding live.  The AP will be providing a live feed in HD to certain customers including Global Video Wire and APTN.
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