The Royal Wedding

The Royal Wedding

The Royal Wedding

Saturday May 19, 2018 at 12:00 (British Summer Time) Prince Harry and bride, Meghan Markle, tied the royal knot at Windsor Castle.

Oh, it was a spectacular event that millions of people tuned in to witness.

Only 600 people were invited to the wedding and only 200 made the cut for the private reception. This included Dukes, Earls, Duchesses, Princesses, and of course the Royal Highness herself. I even heard some celebrities such as Oprah, George Clooney, and Elton John were invited.

But the most famous faces tend to keep a low profile. So we have the scoop on the most famous of those that attended the Royal Wedding today.

The Royal Flock Attended the Royal Wedding - The Royal Wedding


King Willard Curly Tail & Queen Willow of Ancona attended the Royal Wedding

King Willard and Queen Willow of Ancona are from the line of Ancona ducks that first developed in Great Britain during the early 1900s. The Ancona blood line is known for its excellent laying and meat producing ability. This royal line of ducks has a distinguished calm temperament and a loyal sense for home.

King Willard Curly Tail attended the Royal Wedding wearing a striking yet modest bronze bow-tie.

Willard crown - The Royal Wedding

 

Queen Willow of Ancona attended the Royal Wedding wearing a bright and stunning yellow flower choker. Fashion critics could not say enough about how dazzling she appeared.

Willow crown - The Royal Wedding

 

Princess Mary Fluffy Butt & Princess Ruth Stripy Bill attended the Royal Wedding

Princess Mary and Princess Ruth are new to the royal Ancona family. They were born to King Willard and Queen Willow only 2 short weeks ago but made the journey to the Royal Wedding today. This was their debut to the royal world. The princesses have many years ahead of them but they one day hope to fall in the footsteps of their royal parents and lead the royal flock.

Princess Ruth Stripy Bill attended the Royal Wedding fashioned in the lovely purple wrap-around scarf. It was age appropriate yet foxy for such a young duckling.

Ruth crown - The Royal Wedding

 

Princess Mary Fluffy Butt attended the Royal Wedding dressed in her prettiest pink bow. The fashion critics said it was a daring choice that really flattered her eyes.

Mary crown - The Royal Wedding

 

Duchess Winnie of Ancona & Duke Waffles Green Head of Cayuga attended the Royal Wedding

Duke Waffles Green Head of Cayuga has married into the Royal Ancona family by the courtship of Duchess Winnie. Duke Waffles, like Meghan Markle, is not of royal or British heritage. His Cayuga bloodline hails from New York and is most noted for their beauty.

Duke Waffles Green Head of Cayuga attended the Royal Wedding donning a royal blue perfectly crocheted blow-tie made by the designer Patricia. It made his green and blue feathers pop against the sleek black.

Waffles crown - The Royal Wedding

Dutchess Winnie of Ancona attended the Royal Wedding dressed in a charming yellow scarf that left the fashion critics speechless.

Winnie crown - The Royal Wedding

Lady Gabby Sassy Pants of Indian Trail also attended the Royal Wedding

Lady Gabby is an outcast of the royal flock because she does not hail from pure royal bloodlines. However, King Willard has pardoned her and allowed her to reside with the royal flock primarily as caretaker of the Princesses Mary and Ruth. Lady Gabby was honored to have been invited to the Royal Wedding and decided to wear a daring dress.

Lady Gabby Sassy Pants of Indian Trail attended the Royal Wedding wearing a risque yellow diaper dress. She was quite proud of her attire but camera shy of the paparazzi.

Gabby - The Royal Wedding


King Willard, Queen Willow, Duke Waffles, Duchess Willow, Lady Gabby, and Princesses Mary & Ruth had a marvelous time at the Royal Wedding. They give their best wishes to the newlyweds and fly back home to the royal coop tonight.

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