We were very fortunate indeed to witness for ourselves the carriage ride after Meghan and Prince Harry tied the knot. Sadly for us we couldn’t see the wedding ceremony itself as where we were put, in the disabled persons enclosure provided, there was no big screen close enough to see the event unfold. We were very lucky enough though to have a good view of the carriage and the happy couple as it passed us by. There was lots of flag waving and cheering along with loud applause for the happy couple. I have no idea whether 5 News itself covered the wedding, or whether my favourite, royal correspondent Mr Simon Vigar, was present himself. Simon’s down to earth and warm approach to this wedding inspired me to go despite my MS and being in a wheelchair. I’m going to send some of my pictures and video to 5 News to see what they think of my big day at the event. I had to get up at 5am to have my royal wedding experience but it was well worth it and it’s the very first time I’ve been able to engage at such an event in person. Many thanks to you all for reading my blog, I did my best to get a good balance – see as below.