Blandford Wedding 1951

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    Full title reads: "Blandford Wedding".

    St. Margaret's, Westminster, London. Wedding of the Marquis of Blandford to Miss Susan Hornby.

    SV Side view massed crowd outside St Margaret's LV Cars arriving. CU Small bridesmaid out of car and into church. SV Lifeguards arriving. LV Winston Churchill and Clementine Churchill arriving. CU Women looking through hand mirrors. SV Pages - boy and girl, boy posing in Marlborough period costume. SV Policeman having trouble with helmet and crowd. SV Bride and father arriving. SV Crowd awaiting bride and groom after ceremony. LV Bride and groom through guard of honour. Police holding back crowd. SV Women watching. SV Bride and groom. SV Crowd. SV Bride chatting to Billy Wallace before entering car. SV Princess Margaret, Duke of Gloucester and Queen Elizabeth (later Queen Mother) in background. SV Bridesmaids and pages assembling. SV Duke of Gloucester with Queen.

    (Mute. Orig. Neg.)

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    01:31:59:00 / 01:33:12:00
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  • The wedding took place on 19 October 1951.

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