200 Chinese couples marry on day of royal weddingApril 29th, 2011 - 9:17 pm ICT by IANS
Beijing, April 29 (IANS) Two hundred Chinese couples tied the knot in a group wedding ceremony Friday, as Prince William and Kate Middleton wed in faraway London.
The newly-weds were mostly from Tsinghua University in Beijing, Xinhua reported.
“Getting married at my school is sweet. And to make it better, we can celebrate the matrimony with the royal family,” said Wu Jing.
Another newly-wed, Shen Chanjing, said: “As long as I am married to the right man, I will become his princess.”
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