The whole world was gearing up. It was, after all, their Royal wedding. Excitement bubbled on every surface of the streets, for murmurs of rumours had spread like wildfire already. Babbling crowds lingered, in vegetable markets and liquor stores, wondering, guessing the colour of the dresses, the types of flowers, the length of the veil, and—the designer who made all possible.
The family’s feverish mirth was only too obvious, and even the bride was getting along fine.
But he struggled.
Millions of eyes would observe him throughout the ceremony. The pastor had never been more nervous in his life.