Tomorrow is the big day, and we wish for not only sunshine tomorrow but to shine throughout the happy couples entire lives.
I wonder how many young Royals around the world would actually get up in the morning and turn up for on-the-job training over many years for something as complex and dangerous as flying a search and rescue helicopter. Prince William follows in his ancestor's footsteps by joining the Services and is now an accomplished pilot. Flying a helicopter is a complex 3D control challenge and requires exceptional coordination. More here:
Also here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vehzo...eature=related
The couple report their happiness at public well-wishes here: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-13217693
As for the wedding on show tomorrow, you will see one thousand years of finely-honed pageantry in action. A 360 degree walk-around of nine hundred year old Westminster Abbey with it's long history can be seen here:
We wish them a wonderful and memorable day, watched by a global TV audience of billions.
Watching the wedding: Prince William's web site
and the wedding will be streamed live here on the Royal Channel:
P.S. It is reported that the Royal family consider this is a private family wedding rather than a State occasion. Neither the previous elected Prime Minster Blair nor his unelected successor, Brown have been invited. Sadly, Lady Thatcher is too frail to attend. My wife and I are thankful that we are out of the miserable decade where political advantage would have been wrung out of the young couple's day.