Princess Diana entered the Royal family of the threat of wedding traditionPictolic
It is known that UK is the birthplace of many important discoveries in different fields. Not long ago, British journalists published the results of another investigation that spanned the late Lady Di. It turns out that Princess wedding in 1981 marked the beginning of a new tradition of the Royal wedding, which the media have called dangerous to the guests of the ceremony.
So what was up with Princess Diana almost forty years ago, journalists still have no peace? It turns out that all the matter in the wedding the bride's bouquet, which so delighted the millions of people who watched the Royal wedding on TV.
No wonder the ceremony called wedding of the century – the wedding of Charles, Prince of Wales, and lady Diana Frances Spencer on 29 Jul 1981 in St. Paul's Cathedral in London, at a cost of 19 million pounds.
Of course, for the money the couple could afford the best of everything, including the bride's bouquet. Princess of Wales personally selected flowers and plants for decoration this traditional wedding jewelry which turned out to be about a meter long and weighing nearly two pounds.
Worked on the arrangement florist David Longman told members of the press, the bouquet included Lily of the valley, ivy, orchids, Veronica, Myrtle, of the roses the Earl of Mountbatten, freesia and tradescantia. After the wedding, Diana's British Princess ordered a mandatory bouquets with lilies of the valley.
This was done not out of a desire to be like Diana Spencer, and in deference to the Princess, who died in 1997. And only recently remembered everything that Lily is not only poisonous, but deadly. Certified English agronomist Bonnie L. Grant, in an interview with Express.co.uk reports are not too good information about this delicate flower:
Knew about it, Kate Middleton, Megan Markle, Camilla Parker Bowles and Zara Tindall, clutching their weighty foot bouquets? By the way, for each Royal wedding are made not one, but two Bridal bouquet. This tradition began with the Queen Elizabeth II, who before the ceremony managed to lose its bouquet. Because of this, the Queen had to get married without a bouquet, and photos of important accessory to do that separately, later.