The Chemical Wedding of Kate and William

April 29, 2011
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The Chemical Wedding of the Red King of the Wood and the White Queen of the May atop the apocalyptic Cosmati Pavement

The Right Reverend and Right Honorable Richard Chartres, Bishop of London, told the wedding party: “In a sense, every wedding is a royal wedding with the bride and groom as king and queen of creation.” Sally Quinn of the Washington Post explaines the meaning of this reference:

This notion comes from the Greek Orthodox tradition: on the day of the wedding, every bride and groom is a king and a queen of the world.

Kate’s brother James Middleton read from Romans 12, instructing the bride and groom to “Present your bodies as a living sacrifice.” This is from Romans 12.

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