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The real reason there was an empty seat at the Royal Wedding - Page 16 of 20 - Kiwi Report

The real reason there was an empty seat at the Royal Wedding


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Traditionally there is a receiving line at a wedding where the newlywed couple and their respective families will stand in a line and receive their guests at the beginning of the reception. Now as the royal weddings tend to have a very large guest list, guests are expected to greet the royal couple quickly and move along. You are not supposed to stand there and engage them in a long winded conversation as they have upwards of 600 guests to greet.

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