|THE BLESSING – St George's Chapel
After the ceremony the newlyweds and their entourage will return to the castle, where the Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams is to preside over a blessing in St George's Chapel.
The chapel, commissioned by Edward IV in 1475, is considered one of the greatest examples of late Medieval European architecture in Britain. Inside, some of the building's most striking aspects are the intricately carved Gothic ceiling, stained glass windows – including one of the largest medieval church windows in England, a 16th-century masterpiece measuring 36ft high and 29ft wide – and the "Choir of Angels", a series of carved cherubs which runs around the chapel's interior.
The blessing will take place in St George's chapel
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