Davie  Webb

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The Royal Wedding: how did we look?

Well even TED is not safe from the royal wedding hype, apologies.

I am a very patriotic Brit traveling Asia and the South Pacific.
Currently based in New Zealand, I watched the Royal wedding in the late evening and fully enjoyed every second of it.

Firstly, I was overwhelmed by the precise, organisation of the entire event.
Secondly, the history and tradition of the occasion made me feel very proud to be British indeed.

*What I am interested in, is the world's perception of Britain after having watched an event such as the royal wedding.

Impressed and awed?
envious even?
pompous bigots?
Britain trying to cling onto greatness?

how did we look?

* I do not want to know if you liked the dress! haha

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    May 2 2011: I guess that's what they're paid for.
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    Apr 30 2011: It is wonderful,though i do not know much about British traditions ,,i think it is attractive.however, as a Chinese ,i often think about our traditions,if it is known worldwide,if it focused out of my country,and if it can be held like the royal wedding cause this influence in the world ?All the countries do have different but same worth remembering traditions.Bsides ,i wonder if we can make friends?
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    May 2 2011: I watched the wedding last night- very belatedly. It really was a lovely event and in a wonderful way- kind of wacky! The pomp and ceremony juxtaposed against the weirder than weird women's hats. This time though the couple at the center of it all appeared to be stable, happy and mature. Good on ya mate!
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        May 4 2011: Hi Kathy,- Good ol' Harry.........He seemed so like an average young guy. Kind of awkward, kind of bottled up and ready to pull a prank but on his best behaviour. I thought he was fun to watch.
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    Apr 30 2011: No doubt Britain is the country of fascinating traditions and the ceremony proves it. I was elated to see the happy royal couple.