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  • Posted April 20, 2011 by
    Kandy, Sri Lanka
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    Watching the royal wedding

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    CNN PRODUCER NOTE     sunethra made a British feast to celebrate Kate and William's wedding and shared most of the food with her neighbors. She said she 'can't say exactly what it is that makes me go bonkers' on the royals, but her mother had a big influence on her. 'She loved them and had so many paper cuttings and magazines that featured the royal family, and she told me about them.'
    - dsashin, CNN iReport producer

    I know had my Mum been here today, she and I would have had a Gala time, just the two of us in front of the TV watching Prince William and Kate Middleton on their Wedding day on the 29th of April, 2011.  Since she is not me I decided to bring out  her own Wedding Tea set and make her Vanilla sponge/Chocolate pinepapple Gateaux, Tiny cumcumber and salad and Egg sandwiches, along with the famous butterscone of England and Ireland.


    So its an early celebration for me... I am wondering whether I will be able to get to view the wedding live on TV as these past few weeks it has been raining very heavily and my satalite TV goes off when it rains, hence my early celebrations, for the Prince and Princess of an English Afternoon Tea.


    I know this is what my Mum would have made for the great day...


    Let me take this opportunity of Wishing Prince William and Kate Middleton a Very Happy Wedded life now and forever.

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