3:20 -- Big cheers outside as they are pronounced man and wife. Her father and Harry leave the altar; Wills and Kate go over to the side as they sing another hymn. I need to find something to eat :) -- an English muffin, in honor of the occasion. The choir sings a beautiful anthem -- interesting that the choir is all men and boys -- no women or girls at all. That's a little antique, isn't it? And now . . . the sermon. (That's not me yawning in the background -- no, not me.)
3:50 -- Everyone outside is singing along to "Jerusalem" -- and now, "God Save the Queen." Prince Phillip sings along, but the Queen herself doesn't. Now they're all off to sign the marriage register.
4:03 -- The recessional begins -- Will and Kate walk out solemnly, although she can't help a huge smile as she passes by guests. And what a long, long walk it is -- I would have tripped about 10 times by now. Now Will is smiling, a little bashfully, it seems. And now, here they come out of the church -- standing in the arched doorway while everyone cheers -- what a fairy tale it is. Ah, here comes Cinderella's carriage with four beautiful white horses. William dons his gloves and they climb in. She just said, "I'm so happy." Off they go, with the Household Cavalry on black horses in front and behind. And the Queen, in another carriage, has actually cracked a smile.
And here they are at Buckingham palace. Harry's riding with the little 'uns. What's remarkable is that Will and Kate have yet to kiss -- what kind of a wedding is that, that you can't even hug and kiss at all? :(
4:25 -- I don't know if I'm going to make it to when they emerge on the balcony -- it won't be for another hour. That may have to wait for replays later in the day because I'm toast at this point. Well, as Piers Morgan just said, you probably won't see this again in your lifetime -- the wedding of a future king. I've seen two and that's probably all for me. I wouldn't have missed it. William's mother would have been so proud. 'Nite, all.