The incident was outlined within the ITV Royal documentary ‘Invitation to the Royal Marriage ceremony’. The couple had been married in a lavish ceremony at Westminster Abbey. David Longman, head of the Longmans florist which offered the flowers, defined what occurred.
He mentioned: “If we return to the Queen’s wedding ceremony in 1947, once you take a look at the state images of all of the bridesmaids and the royal visitors, and there may be the Queen with no bouque. It acquired misplaced.
“So in the midst of their honeymoon they needed to dress up once more of their wedding ceremony garments and my father had to supply one other bouquet for these photographs.
“To make sure this error by no means occurs once more each royal bride now has two bouquets, simply in case somebody unintentionally places it down and forgets about it.”
It’s unclear how the garland was misplaced throughout the ceremony.
The Queen and Prince Philip had their honeymoon within the UK, cut up between two locations.
Firstly the couple stayed at Broadlands Home in Hampshire, throughout which they went deer-stalking.
The property was owned by Prince Philip’s uncle, Lord Mountbatten.
Later the couple hung out at Birkhall in Scotland, the place The Queen hung out as a younger lady.
Sterling Henry Nahum, extra ceaselessly referred to as Baron, was the photographer at The Queen’s wedding ceremony.
Chatting with The Mirror in 1981 he defined the steps he took to get the absolute best footage.
Earlier than the occasion a costume rehearsal was held at Buckingham Palace, throughout which he was capable of follow getting the appropriate shot.
Mr Nahum’s accomplice, Derrig Gibbs, and secretary Dinah Blaber served as stand-ins for the Royals throughout the follow shoot.
They wore a employed naval uniform and wedding ceremony costume to make train extra genuine for Mr Nahum.