Orange Wedding 1967

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    Item title reads - Orange wedding.

    Princess Margriet marries Pieter Van Vollenhoven. The Hague, Holland (The Netherlands).

    L/S and M/S of the coach carrying Princess Margriet and Pieter Van Vollenhoven coming along street to St. James's church. C/U pan Pieter van Vollenhoven waving from coach. M/S as coach arrives outside church. Pan to M/S of steeple. Interior L/S and M/S of the couple coming down aisle. M/S Princess Beatrix and husband Prince Claus.

    Various shots of the couple at the altar. M/S as Pieter puts ring on Princess's finger. (Natural sound starts). L/S guests watching. C/U as the Princess puts ring on Pieter's finger, he lifts her veil and kisses her (natural sound ends.) M/S of her parents Queen Juliana and Prince Bernhard watching. L/S as the couple walk up the aisle out of the church. C/U crowd outside waving balloons. M/S pan as the coach comes past with the Princess waving from the window.

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    01:05:03:00 / 01:06:52:00
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