Comic Relief Four Weddings centerpiece was a clumsy comedy of manners that never quite came off

Comic Relief Four Weddings centerpiece was a clumsy comedy of manners that never quite came off

Ladies and gentlemen, you were cordially invited to the wedding of the year. Sadly, this long-awaited occasion turned out to be something of a damp squib.

Viewers might not have been demanding a refund from their purchase on the John Lewis wedding list but they surely wished they’d spent a few less quid than they did. 

The centrepiece of Comic Relief’s annual five-hour BBC telethon was “One Red Nose Day and a Wedding”: a 12-minute mini-sequel to Four Weddings and a Funeral, reuniting the hit romcom’s cast 25 years after its original release.

The occasion, a closely guarded secret in the run-up to Red Nose Day, turned out to be a lesbian wedding between Miranda (Lily James) – daughter of Charles…

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