GRAB your crush and prepare pucker up because International Kissing Day is almost here! To prepare for the occasion, we look back at some of the most iconic kisses of all time, from big screen to real moments captured on camera. When is the UK's National Kissing Day? The UK's very own national kissing day takes place on June 22. It has been running as a British special addition to the kissing calendar for 14 years running. The National Kissing Day organisers look into the nation's kissing habits to find out the best techniques and worst mistakes us Brits have been making over the years. When is International Kissing Day? This year, the worldwide smooching day will take place on Wednesday July 6. It was established in 2006 to celebrate lovers, and is now an annual event. Many people take advantage of the day to pucker up to their significant other. What kisses have become famous around the world? V-J Day in Times Square, 1945 by Alfred Eisenstaedt The picture of a sailor passionately … [Read more...] about When is National Kissing Day 2018 and when is the International day? Famous kisses in history including Prince William and Kate Middleton’s wedding day
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FURTHER details of what is happening when at the Royal Wedding are set to emerge. The order of service for the ceremony is yet to be issued publicly but many believe the wedding may be similar to Prince William and Kate Middleton's one. When will the order of service be released? The order of service isn't officially released until Saturday morning, hours before the biggest wedding of the year. However based on previous royal weddings we can get a pretty good idea of how the day will go ahead of time. Given that the royals are sticklers for tradition it is highly likely they will follow the long established protocol. What will happen at the wedding? The service will likely follow the traditional Church of England pattern as William and Kate's did back in 2011. This wedding will be officiated by the Dean of Windsor, David Conner. The Processional - This is where the bride walks down the aisle with the groom and guests already gathered in the church Giving away of the bride - The Dean … [Read more...] about Royal Wedding order of service – when will the details be released and what happened at Prince William and Kate Middleton’s wedding?
MILLIONS of people around the world tuned in on April 29 2011 to watch the wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton. The royal couple tied the knot at Westminster Abbey, before travelling to Buckingham Palace for the infamous kiss on the balcony. Who designed Kate Middleton’s wedding dress? British designer Sarah Burton designed Kate’s iconic dress. She is the creative director for the label and luxury fashion house of Alexander McQueen. The dressmaker and designs were kept secret until the day of the wedding, and only when the Duchess stepped out of the car was the designer revealed. A number of names were in the running, but Sarah Burton emerged as a frontrunner early-on, causing bookmakers William Hill to suspend bets two weeks before the wedding. Kate's bridal shoes were also designed by Sarah Burton for McQueen and were made of ivory duchesse satin with lace hand-embroidered by the Royal School of Needlework. The Daily Mail later reported Sarah explaining the … [Read more...] about Kate Middleton’s wedding dress – who designed it, how much did it cost and where is it now?
THE Queen has officially given her permission for Prince Harry to marry Meghan Markle and plans are full steam ahead for Saturday’s wedding. But royal watchers have noticed a subtle difference in the way Meghan was described compared to how the Queen addressed Kate Middleton. When Prince William and Kate Middleton received their Instrument of Consent signed in 2011, the Duchess was referred to as "Our Trusty and Well-beloved Catherine Elizabeth Middleton". But Meghan is simply read "Rachel Meghan Markle". While it may seem like a snub to leave out the “well-beloved” part, there is a simple explanation. A spokesperson for The Royal Household told Fabulous Online: "Our understanding is that 'trusty and well-beloved' is customarily used for citizens of the UK and Commonwealth Realms." It is expected the Queen will write a more personal letter to the couple when they officially tie the knot. The hand-written Instrument of Consent is the official document which gives … [Read more...] about This is the reason the Queen left off ‘well-beloved’ when giving consent for Meghan Markle to marry Prince Harry… but included it for Kate Middleton
IT’S hard to cast your mind back to a time when Prince William and Kate Middleton weren’t together. The couple dated for a decade prior to getting engaged, but before Kate dated William she appears to have a definite type in men… The lovebirds met in 2001 when they were both students in residence at St Salvator's Hall at the University of St Andrews. The couple began dating in 2003 before announcing their engagement in 2010, and millions watched as they tied the knot at Westminster Abbey in 2011. However it could have been a different story, if Kate had ended up with one of her other flings. Here are some of the bachelors of the Duchess of Cambridge’s past…Rupert Finch Prince William wasn’t the only guy that Kate dated when she was studying at university. She also briefly had a relationship with lawyer Ruper Finch in 2001. It seems there are no hard feelings though, as Rupert and his then-girlfriend Lady Natasha Rufus Isaacs were invited to the royal … [Read more...] about Kate Middleton’s exes and previous relationships revealed … and she definitely has a type