The British Know How to Do Ceremony, Pomp and Circumstance – Details Here!
By and By, the British for hundreds of years have always known how to conduct ceremony and pomp and circumstance and hundreds of years later they are still in tune with that process. This story original began as a story of what Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge wore on St. Patrick’s Day. But as I looked at the photos and the details of how and why one gentlemen’s trousers stood wrinkless, I realized that the only one in the photos that wasn’t playing a role or should I say going along with their role in this synchronized ceremony, was the dog. Even the wind appears to be collaborating in the conduction of the ceremony.
We Americans conduct ceremony too but its not as detailed, its more freestyle, Fourth of July, fireworks, done. St. Patrick’s Day, parade, done. But for the British pomp and circumstance is a daily thing, even for the most minutia event. I mean look at the gentlemen holding the tray which has the leaves on it, look at their posture, costumes and the ceremonial coordination of the entire presentation. And also look at the photos themselves as a whole and enjoy the ceremony as presented for Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge.
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