A Kenyan Royal wedding
Princess Cathirini Wandai and Prince William-Jimmy Keybakey's wedding day is finally here. The grooms mother, Queen Loocy Waitherero is very happy. Her son is finally getting married and she cant wait to see whether it will be as Epic as the day she got married to the then Prince of Otha-yeah Emilio Keybakey. The best man was of course Meychukey, the Royal Liver-Juggler, to ensure no one rattles the Royal Snake before it was called upon for its Royal rattling during the honeymoon.
This wedding would however be different considering how long ago her wedding was. The Bride woke up early in readiness for her big day. Princess Wangoih, daughter of Wamboih, the Duchess of Nyeringham and the rumoured Secret-Keeper-of-King-Emilio's-Royal-Magic-stick was at hand to help her get ready. The transport Manager task was awarded to Eugene Wamalwer, the Prince of the Gulf of Enlarged Nostrils. That way, if parking spots run out, he could have a few cars parked in the space between his Royal upperlip and the Royal Nose.
The guest-list was long and had the who's who. Duke Beef-wall-Lee Work-O-Lee of the Western Kingdom together with Railer Odinger, the Duke of Kibera and the larger Luo area. They did not want to invite him but his subjects would have uprooted the Royal railway. Uhooroo Keyny-utter, son of the Late King Jommoh Keyny-utter was also invited. Duchess Esther Murowgey of the Kindgom of skirt strippers was also in the list as was Martha Car-roower, her of the Father Wa-Garden fame. Margaret Wenjirow was also invited and was responsible for bringing the Royal drinks from Low-lion-dow to the wedding.
The Royal Popcorn thief, William Root-oh, had been invited too but had been given strict instructions to stay away from the Royal Corn jar otherwise, More Reno Ocampo, the head of the Royal Guard would be called in to evict him from the party. Carlo-Nzomus-yoker has been omitted from the guest list for sitting on the fence. Herkuner Her-jar ya kumuita.
The wedding ceremony is to be held at a state function in Uhuru Park before the Wedding Party headed to Muliro gardens for a photo session. The bride and groom would then take 'Royal poses' on the bench before heading to Werkulimer Market for the Royal reception. The couple would then head to Nyeringham Cemetery- hotel for their honeymoon.
Only one word would describe how it will be. Epic.