Mr. Attlee's daughter Alison marries Mr. Richard Davis in Great Missenden Parish Church.
Great Missenden Parish Church, Great Missenden, Buckinghamshire.
Miss Alison Attlee, daughter of the Labour Party, a former prime minister, Clement Attlee, marries Mr. Richard Davis.
GV. Great Missenden Parish Church (for super. title). LV SV Guests arriving. LV. Field Marshal Slim getting out of car. SCU. Field Marshal Sir William Joseph Slim walking towards, arriving. SV. People watching. SV. Mrs. Attlee arriving. LV. Crowds around bride's car. SV. Bride stepping out of car with Mr. Attlee, and walking towards. GV. Crowds outside Church, pan up to small tower on church. SV. Crowds waiting outside. LV. Bride and groom walking towards after wedding ceremony & SV. Bride and groom, showing small bridesmaid. SV. Mr. and Mrs. Attlee and friends. SCU Bride and groom posing. (Orig.Neg.) (Title scene "N")
There is a shot of 'small bridesmaid' in the film with no reference to a particular individual. It is possible that it is a shot of a flower girl - three years old Ann Helen Shipton, daughter of Mrs. Harold Shipton, former Miss Janet Attlee, the bride's eldest sister.
There were two bridesmaids at the wedding: Miss Felicity Attlee (Mr. Attlee's second daughter) and Miss Prudence Davis (sister of the bridegroom).
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