Catherine was strikingly beautiful and her dress matched perfectly. She appeared to be floating to the aisle rather than walking . William,in his army red coat, was looking like a real 'man' eager to shoulder the many responsibilities of a conjugal life, which was in stark contrast to Kate's timid, uncertain disposition at the time.
Similarly all factors of the wedding matched perfectly.
The venue of the function was Westminster Abbey, the stunning, high-ceilinged Gothic church , large and aristocratic enough to accommodate a Royal wedding.
The guests were chosen from the Royal descends of Europe and they all fitted quite to the scene.
And the Great Canterbury Arch Bishop united the couple and sermoned on them in his baritone voice about the values of conjugal life.
Ms Kate came to the marriage accompanied by her father in a Rolls Royce and returned after the ceremony as Duchess of Camebridge with the Duke in a traditional Horse-cart.
The people of London and elsewhere were cheering the couple all along routes of their journey while billions watched the ceremonies in T.V. around the world
By all counts it was a great wedding.