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Charles and Camilla: Will acknowledge their sins

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04/07/2005 10:43 PM
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Charles and Camilla: Will acknowledge their sins
Charles and Camilla to repent their sins
15:18pm 7th April 2005

Charles and Camilla: Will acknowledge their sins

The Prince of Wales and Camilla Parker Bowles will acknowledge their "sins and wickedness" when their wedding is blessed by the Archbishop of Canterbury.
Charles will pledge to be faithful to his new wife in the service of prayer and dedication.

Rather than choosing more newly-written prayers of penitence for divorcees, the Prince and the new Duchess of Cornwall will join the congregation in reading the strongest act of penitence from the 1662 Book of Common Prayer.

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Charles and Camilla will say the prayer book confession which reads: "We acknowledge and bewail our manifold sins and wickedness, Which we, from time to time, most grievously have committed, by thought, word and deed, Against thy Divine Majesty, Provoking most justly thy wrath and indignation against us."
Charles committed adultery with Camilla, while still married to Diana, Princess of Wales.

The order of service for the blessing in St George´s Chapel was released at a Clarence House briefing, packed with more than 100 journalists.


It was also disclosed that the Queen would be holding a lunch for visiting foreign royals immediately after Charles and Camilla´s wedding.

As the couple return to Windsor Castle shortly after saying their vows, they will not join the Queen nor will she formally greet them.

There will be no readings nor music at the civil ceremony in the Guildhall and aides are keeping this oder of service private.

The Queen has chosen not to attend the non-religious Guildhall service and will only be present at the service of prayer and dedication in the chapel.

The postponement of the wedding by a day has led to 20 people not being able to attend the blessing, but four others have now been able to accept.