Wedding Of Lady Patricia Mountbatten 1946

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    Romsey Abbey.

    Lady Patricia Mountbatten elder daughter of Lord & Lady Mountbatten weds Captain Lord Bradbourne of the Grenadier Guards at Romsey Abbey.

    Princess Elizabeth (later Queen Elizabeth II), Princess Margaret and Queen Elizabeth (later the Queen Mother) leaving a car on their arrival to Abbey. Princesses are the bridesmaids. Royal family posing in front of Abbey before entering.

    King George VI, Queen Elizabeth, Lord and Lady Louis Mountbatten, the Duchess of Kent and several others in procession leaving the Abbey. Several shots of the bride and groom - bad lighting. Several shots of the cars arriving to the Mountbatten home for the reception. The front of the house showing pillars. Several shots of the crowd lining streets, waving to the royals.

    King and Queen on the street, princesses behind. Philip Mountbatten is seen chatting with royals at one point. Several shots of the bride and the groom posing with bridesmaids and best man. Several shots of the bridesmaids leaving the Abbey - the two Princesses, Lady Pamela Mountbatten, bride's younger sister, and Princess Alexandra, daughter of Duke and Duchess of Kent.

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    British Pathé
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    01:48:32:00 / 01:51:13:00
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    UN 1601 F
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