William Kate Say Thank You

LONDON - Prince William and Kate Middleton felt very touched by the attention that they feel from society since they announced their engagement. They thanked him through an official message.

"We are both very happy you could join in this celebration. Which we hope will be the happiest day of our lives. Public affection directed at us during the engagement very touched us deeply, "they wrote as reported by the Associated Press, Thursday (04/28/2011).

In the promise of marriage, she will not promise to be the wife subject to her husband later. However, he will pledge to love, cherish, appreciate, and guard William.

William-Kate's wedding is described as a magnificent version of a typical English church wedding.

Middleton will walk down the aisle at Westminster Abbey with music "I was Glad," a song background for Psalm 122 composed by Sir Charles Hubert Hastings Parry who also chanted during the succession ceremony of King Edward VII in 1902. The song was also sung at the time of marriage parents William, Prince Charles and the late Princess Diana.

Hymns like "Guide me, O thou great Redeemer," "Love divine, all loves excelling" and "Jerusalem", is the standard songs that were sung in the Church of England during the wedding ceremony.

"Guide me, O thou great Redeemer" is also the last hymn sung at Diana's funeral in Westminster Abbey in 1997.

Newlyweds then for the last time it was sung mars "Crown Imperial" by William Walton, who also sung during the wedding of Charles and Diana.

A spokesman at the Palace St. James said, Kate pleased with classical music, but he's got a lot of input from Prince Charles.

"They spend a lot of time together to listen to music through the iPod," said one royal official who did not want to be named.SimakBaca secara fonetik