The service was held at Westminster Abbey in London, with two choirs, one orchestra and two fanfare teams who provided the music for The Royal Wedding service.
Following the Wedding Service at Westminster Abbey, Claire Jones, the Official Harpist to The Duke of Cambridge, was said to have performed at a Reception hosted by Her Majesty the Queen at Buckingham Palace.
We were lucky enough to visit Queen Elizabeth, just two weeks after Her Majesty The Queen officially named the vessel, upon the arrival back to Southampton after the maiden voyage. We also had the opportunity to present our drawing to Captain Christopher Wells, which is now displayed aboard.
" We are so delighted that we will have the opportunity to visit the Hebridean Princess in August when she visits Harwich International Port for the first time. It’s particularly appropriate that the vessel has been chartered by Her Majesty The Queen in previous years and adds to today's Royal Wedding celebrations."
" Today has been a truly remarkable day with thousand of people celebrating The Royal Wedding, not just here in the United Kingdom, but worldwide. It was a extraordinary to watch The Royal Wedding live via the BBC throughout this morning. We are very much looking forward to celebrating the Diamond Jubilee of Her Majesty The Queen, next year, aboard Cunard’s flagship Queen Mary 2. "
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