Some time recently the benefit the Nunnery chimes are rung.
ARRIVAL OF THE Groom
The Groom what’s more, Sovereign Henry of Grains will be gotten at the Incredible West Entryway by the Dignitary what’s more, Part of Westminster what’s more, escorted to the Lantern.
The cheerful couple: This representation of Ruler William what’s more, Kate Middleton by celebrated picture taker Mario Testino was distributed in the official programme
Led by the Beadle (ceremonial lay official to guarantee discipline), The Choir of Her Majestys House of prayer Royal, The Choir of Westminster Nunnery what’s more, The Organist what’s more, Ace of the Choristers.
Fanfare is sounded for the entrance of the Queen.
March from The Feathered creatures by Charles Hubert Hastings Parry, played by The London Chamber Orchestra.
PROCESSION OF THE Ruler
Led by the Senior members Verger what’s more, the Senior member of Westminster.
Followed by the Sovereign of Ridges what’s more, the Duchess of Cornwall.
Followed by the Ruler what’s more, the Duke of Edinburgh.
Prelude On Rhosymedre by Ralph Vaughan Williams, played by Sub-Organist Robert Quinney.
PROCESSION OF THE Church
Led by the Religious administrator of London, Dr Richard Chartres, what’s more, the Diocese supervisor of Canterbury, Dr Rowan Williams.
ARRIVAL OF THE Lady of the hour
Catherine Middleton enters the Awesome West Entryway with her father Michael Middleton, to be met by the Dean.
They are joined by the Bridesmaids what’s more, Pages:
Philippa Middleton; Eliza Lopes, matured three, the Duchess of Cornwalls granddaughter; Beauty van Cutsem, matured three; Williams goddaughter Woman Louise Mountbatten-Windsor, matured seven, little girl of Earl what’s more, Royal lady of Wessex; Margarita Armstrong-Jones, matured eight, granddaughter of the late Princess Margaret; Tom Pettifer, matured eight, Williams godson what’s more, child of his previous babysitter Tiggy Legge-Bourke; William Lowther-Pinkerton, matured ten, child of William what’s more, Harrys Private Secretary.
PROCESSION OF THE Lady of the hour
Introit (from Latin for Entrance) is sung:
I was happy at the point when they said unto me: We will go into the house of the Lord.
Our feet should stand in thy gates: O Jerusalem.
Jerusalem is builded as a city: that is at solidarity in itself.
O implore for the peace of Jerusalem: they should succeed that cherish thee.
Peace be inside thy walls: what’s more, plenteousness inside thy palaces.
Psalm 122, verses 1-3 what’s more, 6-7, orchestrated by Charles Hubert Hastings Parry
Guide me, O thou incredible Redeemer,
pilgrim through this infertile land;
I am weak, yet thou workmanship mighty;
hold me with thy capable hand:
Bread of heaven,
feed me till I need no more.
Open presently the gem fountain
whence the mending stream doth flow;
let the red hot overcast pillar
lead me all my travel through:
be thou still my quality what’s more, shield.
When I tread the skirt of Jordan,
bid my restless fears subside;
Death of death, what’s more, hells Destruction,
land me safe on Canaans side:
songs of praises
I will ever give to thee.
Words: William Williams, deciphered from the Welsh by Dwindle Williams what’s more, others
Music: Cwm Rhondda by John Hughes, orchestrated by James ODonnell
Family crest: Kate Middleton’s new coat of arms, left, will show up on the back of the trinket program while William’s will be on the front
WELCOME What’s more, Presentation BY THE DEAN
The Ecclesiastical overseer of Canterbury at that point asks: In the event that any man can shew any just cause why they may not legally be joined together, let him presently speak, or, on the other hand else in the future for ever hold his peace.
SOLEMNIZATION OF THE MARRIAGE
The Ecclesiastical overseer says to William:
William Arthur Philip Louis, shrink thou have this lady to thy married wife, to live together concurring to Divine beings law in the blessed bequest of Matrimony? Shrink thou cherish her, comfort her, respect what’s more, keep her, in infection what’s more, in health? And, spurning all other, keep thee as it were unto her, so long as ye both should live?
He answers: I will
The Ecclesiastical overseer says to Catherine:
Catherine Elizabeth, shrink thou have this man to thy married husband, to live together agreeing to Divine beings law in the blessed bequest of Matrimony? Shrink thou cherish him, comfort him, respect what’s more, keep him, in ailment what’s more, in health? And, spurning all other, keep thee as it were unto him, so long as ye both should live?
She answers: I will.
The Ecclesiastical overseer continues:
Who giveth this lady to be hitched to this man?
The Ecclesiastical overseer gets Catherine from her fathers hand. Taking Catherines right hand, Ruler William says after the Archbishop:
I, William Arthur Philip Louis, take thee, Catherine Elizabeth, to my married wife, to have what’s more, to hold from this day forward: for better for worse; for richer, for poorer; in infection what’s more, in health; to cherish what’s more, to cherish, till demise us do part, concurring to Divine beings sacred law; what’s more, thereto I give thee my troth.
They free hands.
Catherine, taking Sovereign William by his right hand, says after the Archbishop:
I, Catherine Elizabeth, take thee, William Arthur Philip Louis, to my married husband, to have what’s more, to hold from this day forward, for better, for worse: for richer, for poorer; in infection what’s more, in health; to adore what’s more, to cherish, till demise us do part, concurring to Divine beings sacred law; what’s more, thereto I give thee my troth.
They free hands.
The Diocese supervisor favors the ring :
Bless, O Lord, this ring, what’s more, concede that he who gives it what’s more, she who should wear it may remain dedicated to each other, what’s more, tolerate in thy peace what’s more, favour, what’s more, live together in cherish until their lives end. Through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen
Prince William takes the ring what’s more, places it upon the fourth finger of Catherines cleared out hand.
Prince William says:
With this ring I thee wed; with my body I thee honour; what’s more, all my common products with thee I share: in the name of the Father, what’s more, of the Son, what’s more, of the Sacred Ghost. Amen
The couple kneels
Foliage: Laborers put up an English field Maple tree in arrangement for the wedding in Westminster Abbey. Half a dozen of the tress have been introduced in the noteworthy church to make a ‘Living Avenue’ under which visitors will walk to their seats
The Ecclesiastical overseer says:
Let us pray
O Endless God, Maker what’s more, Preserver of all mankind, supplier of all otherworldly grace, the creator of everlasting life: Send thy favoring upon these thy servants, this man what’s more, this woman, whom we favor in thy name; that, living dependably together, they may doubtlessly perform what’s more, keep the promise what’s more, pledge betwixt them made, whereof this ring given what’s more, gotten is a token what’s more, pledge; what’s more, may ever remain in consummate adore what’s more, peace together, what’s more, live agreeing to thy laws; through Jesus Christ our Lord. So be it
The Ecclesiastical overseer joins their right hands together what’s more, says :
Those whom God hath joined together let no man put asunder.
The Ecclesiastical overseer addresses the Congregation:
Forasmuch as William what’s more, Catherine have assented together in sacred wedlock, what’s more, have seen the same some time recently God what’s more, this company, what’s more, thereto have given what’s more, swore their troth either to other, what’s more, have announced the same by giving what’s more, getting of a ring, what’s more, by joining of hands; I articulate that they be man what’s more, spouse together. In the name of the Father, what’s more, of the Son, what’s more, of the Sacred Ghost. Amen
The Diocese supervisor continues:
God the Father, God the Son, God the Blessed Ghost, bless, protect what’s more, keep you; the Master tolerantly with his support look upon you; what’s more, so fill you with all otherworldly blessing what’s more, grace, that ye may so live together in this life, that in the world to come ye may have life everlasting.
Love divine, all adores excelling,
joy of heaven, to earth come down,
fix in us thy humble dwelling,
all thy dedicated benevolent actions crown.
Jesu, thou workmanship all compassion,
pure unbounded adore thou art;
visit us with thy salvation,
enter each trembling heart.
Come, omnipotent to deliver.
let us all thy life receive;
suddenly return, what’s more, never,
never more thy sanctuaries leave.
Thee we would be continuously blessing,
serve thee as thy has above,
pray, what’s more, laud thee, without ceasing,
glory in thy consummate love.
Finish at that point thy new creation,
pure what’s more, spotless let us be;
let us see thy incredible salvation,
perfectly reestablished in thee,
changed from greatness into glory,
till in paradise we take our place,
till we cast our crowns some time recently thee,
lost in wonder, love, what’s more, praise!
Words: Charles Wesley
Music: Blaenwern by William Penfro Rowlands, orchestrated by James ODonnel
The hold up is over: Ruler William what’s more, Kate Middleton declared their engagement authoritatively on November 16 last year after William proposed on occasion in Kenya
Read by James Middleton (Catherines brother)
I claim to you, siblings what’s more, sisters, by the benevolent actions of God, to display your bodies as a living sacrifice, sacred what’s more, adequate to God, which is your otherworldly worship. Do not be adjusted to this world, yet be changed by the recharging of your minds, so that you may perceive what is the will of God what is great what’s more, adequate what’s more, perfect.
Let cherish be genuine; loathe what is evil, hold quick to what is good; adore one another with shared affection; exceed one another in appearing honour. Do not slack in zeal, be passionate in spirit, serve the Lord. Celebrate in hope, be understanding in suffering, drive forward in prayer.
Contribute to the needs of the saints; expand cordiality to strangers. Favor those who abuse you; favor what’s more, do not revile them. Cheer with those who rejoice, sob with those who weep. Live in congruity with one another; do not be haughty, yet relate with the lowly; do not guarantee to be more astute than you are.
Do not reimburse anybody abhorrent for evil, be that as it may take thought for what is honorable in the locate of all. In the event that it is possible, so far as it depends on you, live quietly with all.
From Romans, part 12, verses 1, 2 what’s more, 9-18.
THE Song of praise
Sung by the choirs what’s more, uniquely dispatched for this benefit by the Senior member what’s more, Part of Westminster
This is the day which the Master hath made: we will celebrate what’s more, be happy in it.
O laud the Ruler of heavn: adulate him in the height.
Praise him, all ye holy messengers of his: applaud him, all his host.
Praise him, sun what’s more, moon: laud him, all ye stars what’s more, light.
Let them applaud the Name of the Lord.
For he should give his holy messengers charge over thee: to keep thee in all thy ways.
The Ruler himself is thy keeper: the Master is thy protection upon thy right hand;
so that the sun should not consume thee by day: not one or the other the moon by night.
The Master should protect thee from all evil: yea, it is indeed he that should keep thy soul.
The Master should protect thy going out what’s more, thy coming in: from this time forward for evermore.
He should guard thee under his win