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Diary

Prue Leith’s diary: When did weddings stop being for parents?

Plus: adventures in the American South, Yorkshire and Ireland

8 August 2015

9:00 AM

8 August 2015

9:00 AM

My Cambodian daughter and her husband have just got married again. Wedding One was a Buddhist affair in our drawing room, complete with monks, temple dancer, gold umbrellas, brass gongs, three changes of costume and a lot of delicious Cambodian food. That was family only, so this time she had the works: the full meringue, 200 guests, village church (she sees no conflict between Buddhism and Christianity), marquee, fireworks.

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