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Story image for lavish wedding from E! Online

Royal Baby, Part 2: Zara Phillips, Prince William's Cousin ...

E! Online-Jul. 8, 2013
Zara and Mike tied the knot in Canongate Kirk, Scotland, in July 2011, just a few months after Prince William and Kate Middleton's lavish wedding earlier that ...
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Princess Madeleine reveals lavish royal wedding details 15, 2013
Just three weeks lie between Princess Madeleine and her fairytale wedding to her handsome fiancé and financier Chris O'Neill on 8 June. According to the ...
Story image for lavish wedding from Aleteia

Marriage Exhibitionism

Aleteia-Nov. 6, 2013
Granted, not every wedding is publicly exhibited to the extent shown on these programs. But when examples of lavish exhibition are so widespread in society, ...

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