The Ceremony: Maybe it was the way it was filmed, but there was some sort of odd soap opera quality about the actual "I do" portion of the wedding. Perhaps it had something to do with the stilted way that Will and Kate repeated their vows. We're sure they were nervous — there were only millions of people watching, after all — but she was barely speaking above a whisper. There was a brief moment where it looked like William was having trouble putting the ring on his bride's finger, but it finally slipped on. And we thought it was odd that he had to face forward instead of watching his bride come down the aisle. Good for rebellious Harry for turning around and taking a peek. After they were pronounced husband and wife, there were prayers and a bishop spoke about keeping God in their lives, and then all the secret backstage official paper signing. It all seemed a little anticlimactic, but we guess that's why the balcony reveal of the newlyweds is such a big deal. Source: TWoP
The Royal Wedding: A Televised Affair to Remember
See highlights from the royal wedding of Kate Middleton and Prince William.