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Royal Wedding – the Dad's Wedding

From: Connor Walsh
Length: 12:01

The last Royal Wedding was when Prince Charles married Camilla Parker Bowles. Members of the Great British public, loyal to the late Diana, Princess of Wales, gathered outside her old residence to show their displeasure. Read the full description.

4340349772_7706807284_m_small In next week's Royal Wedding, the father of the groom is Prince Charles. The last Royal wedding, in 2005, was when he married Camilla Parker Bowles. Members of the Great British public, loyal to the late Diana, Princess of Wales, gathered outside her old residence to show their displeasure. 
In this recording from that day in 2005, we hear a 2011 introduction, some atmos, and one woman telling how unhappy she was. She paints great social context.  

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Piece Description

In next week's Royal Wedding, the father of the groom is Prince Charles. The last Royal wedding, in 2005, was when he married Camilla Parker Bowles. Members of the Great British public, loyal to the late Diana, Princess of Wales, gathered outside her old residence to show their displeasure. 
In this recording from that day in 2005, we hear a 2011 introduction, some atmos, and one woman telling how unhappy she was. She paints great social context.  

Timing and Cues

IN: Now you may not know this, but there is a Royal Wedding coming up in London
OUT: Lots and lots of individual roses, red roses. Dearest Diana. [chatter, fades]

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