Marriage of Princess Fadia of Egypt to Pierre Orloff in Kensington Register Office.
Title reads: "Register Office Royal Wedding".
Princess Fadia, youngest daughter of ex-King Farouk of Egypt. L/S Kensington Register Office. C/U sign "Kensington Register Office". The groom Pierre Orloff arrives at the office. L/S crowd gathered outside the office. C/U Princess Fadia steps from Mini car, her mother comes into the picture and they both walk towards the office. L/S as they go into the office.
Library shots from 1938 showing King Farouk and Queen Farida's marriage: elevated shot troops in front of the Palace in Cairo. L/S ditto. L/S the palace. L/S bride Farida steps from car. C/U soldiers. L/S King Farouk walking up staircase. L/S ditto. L/S King Farouk and bride standing with relatives. L/S Capri.
Library shots from 1950s / early 1960s showing King Farouk with his second wife Narriman and children. C/U ditto. Princess Fadia stands with her sisters, Farouk and Narriman sit with baby son.
M/S Princess Fadia and her new husband Pierre come from Registry Office and stand on steps. C/U the happy couple. L/S group on steps, including the Princess's mother, ex-Queen Farida. C/U Princess and her mother. L/S crowd of press photographers. C/U the couple. The crowd of press move back as they walk towards their taxi. Panning C/U Princess and husband getting into taxi. Taxi moves off. Panning shot as it goes away up street.