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Daily Mail previews Invitation To A Royal Wedding

ROBERT HARDMAN: What really happens behind the scenes of a royal wedding? ITV documentary reveals the extraordinary lengths to which planners go to keep even the tiniest details a secret before the big day.

 

  • Invitation To A Royal Wedding is a behind the scenes look at royal weddings
  • Sir Trevor McDonald and Julie Etchingham interview those involved in the day
  • They found two cakes were made for William and Cake incase of an accident
  • Elizabeth Emmanuel, dresser maker for Princess Diana, revealed she kept the scraps in a trunk so the colour of the dress wouldn’t be discovered 

When it comes to keeping things hush-hush, even the spooks at MI6 are no match for surely the most tight-lipped breed on earth: royal wedding planners.

Such is their obsessive secrecy that the trusty team embroidering Catherine Middleton’s wedding dress were told that they were working for an Italian costume drama.

Meanwhile, the man in charge of Prince William and Catherine’s wedding cake was so nervous that he changed the locks to his kitchen, installed 24-hour security cameras and produced two cakes just in case one of them should be involved in a road accident.

These are just some of the delicious details of what really happens behind the scenes at a royal wedding – as revealed on our screens tomorrow night.

Published by: Robert Hardman for the Daily Mail 27.04.2018.

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