Written by Leonard Dillon and originally recorded by the classic Ska, Rocksteady & Reggae band The Ethiopians, ‘Buy You a Ring’ was originally released on the Harry J label in 1974. Having subsequently been lost through time, the only other know recording is a demo cassette done in the back streets of soho in July 1984. This wonderful song has been brought back to life by Producer Ross Anderson (Soul 2 Soul) and singer Jimmy Chambers who is also part on London Beat. First we had Prince William & Kate Middleton, then Lilly Allen & Sam Cooper followed by Kate Moss & Jamie Hince, and also Zara Phillips & Mike Tindall to name just the most famous of this years weddings! But marriage happens all the time the world over as people fall in love. This song is about that commitment of love and a man feeling the desire to buy his girl a ring as she’s the one he wants to spend the rest of his life with. So in the name of love enjoy this recording! It’s sung by JIMMY CHAMBERS and is released digitally worldwide by ALL THE CATS RECORDINGS
Over an hour before the Royal Wedding parties descended in a motorcade towards Westminster Abbey, the Buckingham Palace band made several forays into and away from the roundabout around the Queen Victoria Memorial, helping set a suspensefully positive atmosphere for anxious onlookers and pilgrims. This video was shot by GRN correspondent Henry Nichols.
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London (CNN) — Just after announcing his engagement, Prince William told the world he had given Kate Middleton the distinctive sapphire and diamond ring belonging to his late mother Diana, Princess of Wales, as “my way of making sure my mother didn’t miss out on today and the excitement.” The prince was particularly close to his mother, who died in a Paris car crash in 1997, and both he and his brother Harry know how much his wedding would have meant to her. William is even reported to have taken his fiancee to visit Diana’s tomb at her ancestral home, Althorp House, in central England, in the run-up to the big day.
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Legendary baker Sylvia Weinstock talks to The Daily about desserts at the royal wedding and her sweet career. —Video by Elizabeth Saab and Joni Milne
Described as Britain’s biggest ever media event – hundreds of millions of people around the world will be watching the royal wedding. To bring events to the global audience, thousands of journalists have arrived in London, where temporary studios and all manner of vantage points have been constructed. Nick Higham reports. Journalists from across the world have swooped on London to capture the pomp and pageantry of the royal wedding and cover the finale of the fairytale romance between Prince William and commoner Kate Middleton . Every vantage point around Westminster Abbey has been taken up by television cameras and temporary studios, while an entire media village has sprung up near the Buckingham Palace. On Friday, there will be blanket coverage from early morning on major global television channels, including the BBC, which has made arrangements for coverage on radio and online as well, apart from television. The London-based Foreign Press Association ( FPA )) has provided a detailed 13-page ‘Media Briefing Document’ on the event, setting out arrangements, timings, route, costs, as well as biographies of Prince William and Kate Middleton. “The Royal Family, with a private contribution from the Middleton Family, will pay for all those aspects of the day that constitute the wedding (eg. the Abbey service, flowers, dresses, carriage procession, reception and dinner). The Government and other bodies will pay for costs that are consequential to the wedding,” the briefing …
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The 1st Battalion Irish Guards are busy swapping their desert kit for ceremonial dress. Despite only just returning from Afghanistan they are already deep into rehearsals for their role as the Queen’s Escort at the Royal Wedding. The parade square at Victoria barracks is a long way from Afghanistan but many of these troops were there just days ago. The Irish Guards have spent their tour mentoring the Afghan National Army so they have had limited time to prepare. The regiment of which Prince William is Colonel will provide the Queen’s Guard at Buckingham Palace, St James’s Palace and the Tower of London on the big day.
The newly-weds pose for photographers as they leave the church