The Big Boo Cast, Episode 106

The Royal Wedding happened.

And now we recap.

(Spoiler: WE LOVED EVERY SECOND.)

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Sofia Wellesley’s dress

Kitty Spenser’s dress

Victoria Beckham’s dress

Amal Clooney’s dress

Gina Torres’ dress

Doria Ragland’s dress

Queen Elizabeth’s dress

Camilla’s hat

flowers at the chapel

Meghan Markle’s wedding day hair

Meghan Markle’s wedding day makeup

Teenager Meghan in front of Buckingham Palace

Meghan’s wedding dress

Presiding Bishop Michael Curry’s wedding sermon

The wonder of Meghan’s reception dress

Serena Williams’ reception dress

Closing Song: The First Dance Song

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  1. Kelly Sites says:

    I can’t even wait to listen to this……I still am obsessed with the royal wedding, and find myself thinking, “I wonder what Megan is doing right now?” Ahhhhh the life of a royal

  2. The veil was gorgeous for sure and I loved it, but does a woman on her third marriage really need a veil?

    She was absolutely stunning, and I liked hers much better than Kate’s and Diana’s. Initially I wasn’t sure, because it is so plain that it almost looked like a shroud to me, especially when she first got out of the car and the veil was all wrapped around her. I think it could have fitted her better in the sleeves as well. But having thought about it, I really love the dress. Much like her reception dress, Meghan brings the magic to the dress.

    Did not like the children’s outfits, thought the little girls looked like old-school nurse’s uniforms and that the black was too stark for the little boys. They probably looked better in person.

    I honestly didn’t like Stand By Me; the choir did it beautifully, but it seemed odd in such a setting. And I feel like if you’re gonna have a gospel choir, then let them bust out the Gospel songs. Between that and Rev Curry, I feel like it kind of gave the impression of Billy Bob and Jenny Sue got married in a castle; kind of an odd juxtaposition of American and British Royalty . I get that they were trying to bring her heritage into it, but to me the contrast was a bit much.

    Overall, I thought the wedding was awesome and that she was the prettiest bride of my lifetime. God bless them both.

  3. The cons: I agree with Tammy about Rev. Curry’s sermon. It was long-winded and over the top. I’m not criticizing anyone’s beliefs, but I just don’t think this was a time for evangelizing. It looked to me like he was bringing attention to himself rather than praying for God’s blessings on the marriage. Also, I thought Stand By Me was beautiful, but it seemed an odd song to have in a church or chapel. Save it for the reception. The cellist was outstanding.
    Another criticism – Victoria Beckham’s dress was boring and she looked like she had swallowed a sour pickle. Oprah’s dress was very unflattering.
    The pros:
    Otherwise, it was a gorgeous, stunning ceremony that I could watch over and over. I’m glad I recorded every bit of it. It’s a real-life fairytale and I think they will have a very happy life together.