To an outsider, my wedding was the same as every other wedding that season. Same wedding decorations, same flowers, same everything. I deprived myself of the excitement of looking at different designs, flicking through bridal magazines and pinning every beautiful wedding idea on pinterest. All because I saw wedding planning as just a task to be completed.
The Crown, Netflix's most ambitious series to date started last Friday about the life of our Queen starting in 1947. The first episode featured her wedding, where the actress Claire Foy wore an exact replica of the Norman Hartnell dress which is reported to have cost £30,000 to make and 7 weeks to make.
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It wasn't until the night before the wedding my decision was solidified. My dad called me to say he wouldn't be attending the wedding, simply, because of pride, if I am honest. When he said that, I didn't think it was supposed to hurt as much as it did. But it did. Inside I was crying. I am only human.