David Cameron attends wedding at Sutton-on-the-Forest Parish Church

David Cameron attends North Yorkshire wedding

David Cameron attends North Yorkshire wedding

David Cameron arrives at Sutton-on-the-Forest Church with his wife, Samantha

David Cameron takes a picture on his mobile phone

Alice Sheffield and her husband, Etienne Cadestin, at their wedding at Sutton-On-The-Forest Church

David Cameron applauds the bride and groom

First published in News York Press: Photograph of the Author by , Political Reporter

PRIME Minister David Cameron shrugged off a turbulent few weeks in the political world as he paid the North Yorkshire countryside a visit for his sister-in-law’s wedding.

Fresh from attending the G20 summit in St Petersburg hours earlier, Mr Cameron strolled into Sutton-on-the-Forest Parish Church, near York, on Saturday with his wife Samantha, whose half-sister Alice Sheffield was tying the knot with Etienne Cadestin.

Mrs Cameron and the new Mrs Cadestin – who arrived at the church for her big day in a horse and cart – are the daughters of baronet Sir Reginald Sheffield, who lives at the village’s Sutton Park stately home.

Pictures from the wedding day showed the Prime Minister in relaxed mood following the high-level Russian summit and the fallout from the House of Commons vote that the UK should not be involved in military action against Syria, as he smiled and applauded during the ceremony and took pictures on his mobile phone.

Mrs Cadestin, 32, who has worked for Mr Cameron as a correspondence secretary is the founder and director of environmentally friendly cosmetics website Bare Faced Cheek.

Her new husband, 27, is a senior sustainability and energy consultant at estate agents Knight Frank, according to his LinkedIn page.

Sir Reginald, the eighth baronet Sheffield, married Mrs Cadestin’s mother Victoria Walker – now Lady Sheffield – after he and Mrs Cameron’s mother Annabel divorced in 1974.

The Sheffield family home has been Sutton Park, an 18th-century Georgian country house within the Forest of Galtres, since 1963.

Away from the wedding celebrations, Mr Cameron’s Saturday also involved making a congratulations call to the new Australian Prime Minister, Tony Abbott, following his election victory that day.

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9:28am Mon 9 Sep 13

Oyy you says...

So,
So, Oyy you
  • Score: 1

9:36am Mon 9 Sep 13

Fat Harry says...

He looks quite, shall we say relaxed, for a man who's just wandered off and left a despatch box full of state secrets lying unattended on the train.

Still, Strongbow at £3.50 a can is an unmissable bargain isn't it?
He looks quite, shall we say relaxed, for a man who's just wandered off and left a despatch box full of state secrets lying unattended on the train. Still, Strongbow at £3.50 a can is an unmissable bargain isn't it? Fat Harry
  • Score: -6

9:54am Mon 9 Sep 13

P3TER1 says...

Photo number 3: not the best ad for Blackberry!
Photo number 3: not the best ad for Blackberry! P3TER1
  • Score: -5

10:33am Mon 9 Sep 13

NoNewsIsGoodNews says...

I read about this on Saturday in the nationals, why has it taken the press so long to get the story?
I read about this on Saturday in the nationals, why has it taken the press so long to get the story? NoNewsIsGoodNews
  • Score: 9

10:37am Mon 9 Sep 13

A Horsman says...

Non story from a non paper
Non story from a non paper A Horsman
  • Score: 5

10:44am Mon 9 Sep 13

Ignatius Lumpopo says...

Some good photographs - that second one is excellent. A Press photographer...?
Some good photographs - that second one is excellent. A Press photographer...? Ignatius Lumpopo
  • Score: 1

10:47am Mon 9 Sep 13

bolero says...

I'm sure that Lady Sheffield must be absolutely delighted to read in our esteemed daily rag that her daughter arrived at the church in a `horse and cart`. I'm sure she would have looked far better in a `horse-drawn carriage`. Is her new husband a rag and bone man?
I'm sure that Lady Sheffield must be absolutely delighted to read in our esteemed daily rag that her daughter arrived at the church in a `horse and cart`. I'm sure she would have looked far better in a `horse-drawn carriage`. Is her new husband a rag and bone man? bolero
  • Score: 24

11:21am Mon 9 Sep 13

Hoofarted says...

Pictures of a Feudal dunghill are uninteresting to most, but exciting to a few sheep.
Pictures of a Feudal dunghill are uninteresting to most, but exciting to a few sheep. Hoofarted
  • Score: -9

1:12pm Mon 9 Sep 13

nowthen says...

Hoofarted wrote:
Pictures of a Feudal dunghill are uninteresting to most, but exciting to a few sheep.
I personally prefer looking at wedding photos to reading the envious bile of a venomous bad apple who thinks it's ok to drill someone's petrol tank and steal their fuel because they are perceived to be well off. And talking of sheep ; I think you'll find that most of your supporters would vote for a piece of dog dirt if it had a red flag stuck in it.
[quote][p][bold]Hoofarted[/bold] wrote: Pictures of a Feudal dunghill are uninteresting to most, but exciting to a few sheep.[/p][/quote]I personally prefer looking at wedding photos to reading the envious bile of a venomous bad apple who thinks it's ok to drill someone's petrol tank and steal their fuel because they are perceived to be well off. And talking of sheep ; I think you'll find that most of your supporters would vote for a piece of dog dirt if it had a red flag stuck in it. nowthen
  • Score: 8

1:41pm Mon 9 Sep 13

Kevin Turvey says...

explains the helecopter noise and all the cop cars around the area then!

So another member of the establishment gets married to no doubt in time create other members of the establishment?

The party is over for the toffs when the country is finally bled completley dry and they have all legged it to the cayman islands!

Not long to go now and we can start again with a system that works!

PS. Mr CaMoron can you please make sure that you take all the royals with you as well when you go or the gallows will be working overtime..
explains the helecopter noise and all the cop cars around the area then! So another member of the establishment gets married to no doubt in time create other members of the establishment? The party is over for the toffs when the country is finally bled completley dry and they have all legged it to the cayman islands! Not long to go now and we can start again with a system that works! PS. Mr CaMoron can you please make sure that you take all the royals with you as well when you go or the gallows will be working overtime.. Kevin Turvey
  • Score: -6

4:51pm Mon 9 Sep 13

Big Bad Wolf says...

Kevin Turvey wrote:
explains the helecopter noise and all the cop cars around the area then!

So another member of the establishment gets married to no doubt in time create other members of the establishment?

The party is over for the toffs when the country is finally bled completley dry and they have all legged it to the cayman islands!

Not long to go now and we can start again with a system that works!

PS. Mr CaMoron can you please make sure that you take all the royals with you as well when you go or the gallows will be working overtime..
I used to be told that It was better to keep your mouth shut and be thought a fool than to open it and confirm the fears.
Maybe you could think that over?
[quote][p][bold]Kevin Turvey[/bold] wrote: explains the helecopter noise and all the cop cars around the area then! So another member of the establishment gets married to no doubt in time create other members of the establishment? The party is over for the toffs when the country is finally bled completley dry and they have all legged it to the cayman islands! Not long to go now and we can start again with a system that works! PS. Mr CaMoron can you please make sure that you take all the royals with you as well when you go or the gallows will be working overtime..[/p][/quote]I used to be told that It was better to keep your mouth shut and be thought a fool than to open it and confirm the fears. Maybe you could think that over? Big Bad Wolf
  • Score: 7

4:59pm Mon 9 Sep 13

Hoofarted says...

nowthen wrote:
Hoofarted wrote:
Pictures of a Feudal dunghill are uninteresting to most, but exciting to a few sheep.
I personally prefer looking at wedding photos to reading the envious bile of a venomous bad apple who thinks it's ok to drill someone's petrol tank and steal their fuel because they are perceived to be well off. And talking of sheep ; I think you'll find that most of your supporters would vote for a piece of dog dirt if it had a red flag stuck in it.
Did someone make a Baaa noise?
[quote][p][bold]nowthen[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Hoofarted[/bold] wrote: Pictures of a Feudal dunghill are uninteresting to most, but exciting to a few sheep.[/p][/quote]I personally prefer looking at wedding photos to reading the envious bile of a venomous bad apple who thinks it's ok to drill someone's petrol tank and steal their fuel because they are perceived to be well off. And talking of sheep ; I think you'll find that most of your supporters would vote for a piece of dog dirt if it had a red flag stuck in it.[/p][/quote]Did someone make a Baaa noise? Hoofarted
  • Score: 0

12:07am Tue 10 Sep 13

AnotherPointofView says...

Hoofarted wrote:
nowthen wrote:
Hoofarted wrote:
Pictures of a Feudal dunghill are uninteresting to most, but exciting to a few sheep.
I personally prefer looking at wedding photos to reading the envious bile of a venomous bad apple who thinks it's ok to drill someone's petrol tank and steal their fuel because they are perceived to be well off. And talking of sheep ; I think you'll find that most of your supporters would vote for a piece of dog dirt if it had a red flag stuck in it.
Did someone make a Baaa noise?
You cared enough to read the article AND to come back a second time.... Anyone would think you were jealous.
[quote][p][bold]Hoofarted[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]nowthen[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Hoofarted[/bold] wrote: Pictures of a Feudal dunghill are uninteresting to most, but exciting to a few sheep.[/p][/quote]I personally prefer looking at wedding photos to reading the envious bile of a venomous bad apple who thinks it's ok to drill someone's petrol tank and steal their fuel because they are perceived to be well off. And talking of sheep ; I think you'll find that most of your supporters would vote for a piece of dog dirt if it had a red flag stuck in it.[/p][/quote]Did someone make a Baaa noise?[/p][/quote]You cared enough to read the article AND to come back a second time.... Anyone would think you were jealous. AnotherPointofView
  • Score: 3

12:17am Tue 10 Sep 13

Hoofarted says...

This is a third visit. That must make me frothing with wishful want lol

The Feudal dunghill is only the envy of dung like admirers. If you feel the need to mimic that, then you've been educated correctly and conform perfectly to submissive accepting behaviour.

Now all together now, Baa Baa black sheep have you any wool? Yes Sir Yes Sir three bags full ;)
This is a third visit. That must make me frothing with wishful want lol The Feudal dunghill is only the envy of dung like admirers. If you feel the need to mimic that, then you've been educated correctly and conform perfectly to submissive accepting behaviour. Now all together now, Baa Baa black sheep have you any wool? Yes Sir Yes Sir three bags full ;) Hoofarted
  • Score: -3

8:13am Tue 10 Sep 13

Kevin Turvey says...

Big Bad Wolf – A tory and a royalist are we?
Look up to and envy people that are not worth looking up to?
BAAAAAAAAAAA

For once I agree with Hoofarted!
Big Bad Wolf – A tory and a royalist are we? Look up to and envy people that are not worth looking up to? BAAAAAAAAAAA For once I agree with Hoofarted! Kevin Turvey
  • Score: 1

10:24am Tue 10 Sep 13

Big Bad Wolf says...

Kevin Turvey wrote:
Big Bad Wolf – A tory and a royalist are we?
Look up to and envy people that are not worth looking up to?
BAAAAAAAAAAA

For once I agree with Hoofarted!
Kevin Turvey, a red republican are you?
Please feel free to leave for a country that has an elected president don't stay here on our account....
[quote][p][bold]Kevin Turvey[/bold] wrote: Big Bad Wolf – A tory and a royalist are we? Look up to and envy people that are not worth looking up to? BAAAAAAAAAAA For once I agree with Hoofarted![/p][/quote]Kevin Turvey, a red republican are you? Please feel free to leave for a country that has an elected president don't stay here on our account.... Big Bad Wolf
  • Score: 0

11:35am Tue 10 Sep 13

Kevin Turvey says...

Big Bad Wolf says...
Kevin Turvey wrote:
Big Bad Wolf – A tory and a royalist are we?
Look up to and envy people that are not worth looking up to?
BAAAAAAAAAAA

For once I agree with Hoofarted!
Kevin Turvey, a red republican are you?
Please feel free to leave for a country that has an elected president don't stay here on our account....



Since you ask, a republican anarchist.

You are obviously that pre-programmed to follow so called leaders by birth rather than by merit that you will never understand a different political viewpoint.
The system has done a good job on you.

So on that basis I want very little government, as I place more trust in people rather than institutions than continue to perpetuate the corrupt and unfair status quo of the present system.

I would rather stay and see the present system crumble just to see the sheeple and royalists get upset.
See how much the royal family thinks for its ‘subjects’ when it runs away to its bunker in Canada!

You are backing the wrong horse.

Besides which another member of the majority who are not royalists is always a good thing to eventually overthrow the minority. By peaceful means of course.

Much better to change the system from within don’t you think?

Sorry you cannot think as you have been indoctrinated that every other system is bad.
Big Bad Wolf says... Kevin Turvey wrote: Big Bad Wolf – A tory and a royalist are we? Look up to and envy people that are not worth looking up to? BAAAAAAAAAAA For once I agree with Hoofarted! Kevin Turvey, a red republican are you? Please feel free to leave for a country that has an elected president don't stay here on our account.... Since you ask, a republican anarchist. You are obviously that pre-programmed to follow so called leaders by birth rather than by merit that you will never understand a different political viewpoint. The system has done a good job on you. So on that basis I want very little government, as I place more trust in people rather than institutions than continue to perpetuate the corrupt and unfair status quo of the present system. I would rather stay and see the present system crumble just to see the sheeple and royalists get upset. See how much the royal family thinks for its ‘subjects’ when it runs away to its bunker in Canada! You are backing the wrong horse. Besides which another member of the majority who are not royalists is always a good thing to eventually overthrow the minority. By peaceful means of course. Much better to change the system from within don’t you think? Sorry you cannot think as you have been indoctrinated that every other system is bad. Kevin Turvey
  • Score: 1

12:31pm Tue 10 Sep 13

bloodaxe says...

nowthen wrote:
Hoofarted wrote:
Pictures of a Feudal dunghill are uninteresting to most, but exciting to a few sheep.
I personally prefer looking at wedding photos to reading the envious bile of a venomous bad apple who thinks it's ok to drill someone's petrol tank and steal their fuel because they are perceived to be well off. And talking of sheep ; I think you'll find that most of your supporters would vote for a piece of dog dirt if it had a red flag stuck in it.
Baaaa humbug.
[quote][p][bold]nowthen[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Hoofarted[/bold] wrote: Pictures of a Feudal dunghill are uninteresting to most, but exciting to a few sheep.[/p][/quote]I personally prefer looking at wedding photos to reading the envious bile of a venomous bad apple who thinks it's ok to drill someone's petrol tank and steal their fuel because they are perceived to be well off. And talking of sheep ; I think you'll find that most of your supporters would vote for a piece of dog dirt if it had a red flag stuck in it.[/p][/quote]Baaaa humbug. bloodaxe
  • Score: -1

10:09am Wed 11 Sep 13

Moorsider79 says...

Cameron needs to sort the hair out it's taking on a mind of it's own and very distracting to what he says. I noticed Osborne has finally done something with his barnet that makes it look semi-normal and give him one ounce of likeability in a barren landscape. Ignorant toffs and bitter communists or anarchists are as bad as each other but neither can be spotted easily just from their upbringing or circumstance. I'm not sure how Kevin will decipher which people it is that he trusts or what instititutions contain but I think if he trusts himself so strongly why not use his own name not that of a TV dimwit. It's dogma from both sides but really the best people will just make a better way through in the middle ground AKA tolerance, open mindedness, kindness, hard work, some level of conformity to allow interaction, aggression as a last resort, letting things be, etc. The old reds vs toffs argument is about 80 years past its sell by date. Both sides think the other has been indoctrinated or brainwashed but really it's a myth - they are just normalish people looking out for their own interests, whether that be as part of a larger union or not. They both hate nepotism but usually rely on it too - that's life we all do it in families etc. I absolutely agree that wide society needs to be as meritocratic as possible though going forward. I'm more of a libertarian than a socialist but I think the things Tony Blair did and said were closest to an ideal modern way. Just there were too many of the old guard around him and Gordon Brown was a complete financial idiot. So sadly the only viable alternative the tories had to be wheeled back in to stop the public sector and the nouveau riche ruining the country. The banks did not ruin the country it was the people that borrowed the money they couldn't repay equally if not more and the govt that allowed it to happen. Also the people that made it nigh impossible to run a small contributing business for any sort of decent profit and lifestyle compared to going and getting a cushy job with the council doing nowt for lots of dosh then retiring early on full pay. Then again that's similar to the bankers paying themselves mega bonuses because they've got their fingers in the pot and told themselves they are worth it.
Cameron needs to sort the hair out it's taking on a mind of it's own and very distracting to what he says. I noticed Osborne has finally done something with his barnet that makes it look semi-normal and give him one ounce of likeability in a barren landscape. Ignorant toffs and bitter communists or anarchists are as bad as each other but neither can be spotted easily just from their upbringing or circumstance. I'm not sure how Kevin will decipher which people it is that he trusts or what instititutions contain but I think if he trusts himself so strongly why not use his own name not that of a TV dimwit. It's dogma from both sides but really the best people will just make a better way through in the middle ground AKA tolerance, open mindedness, kindness, hard work, some level of conformity to allow interaction, aggression as a last resort, letting things be, etc. The old reds vs toffs argument is about 80 years past its sell by date. Both sides think the other has been indoctrinated or brainwashed but really it's a myth - they are just normalish people looking out for their own interests, whether that be as part of a larger union or not. They both hate nepotism but usually rely on it too - that's life we all do it in families etc. I absolutely agree that wide society needs to be as meritocratic as possible though going forward. I'm more of a libertarian than a socialist but I think the things Tony Blair did and said were closest to an ideal modern way. Just there were too many of the old guard around him and Gordon Brown was a complete financial idiot. So sadly the only viable alternative the tories had to be wheeled back in to stop the public sector and the nouveau riche ruining the country. The banks did not ruin the country it was the people that borrowed the money they couldn't repay equally if not more and the govt that allowed it to happen. Also the people that made it nigh impossible to run a small contributing business for any sort of decent profit and lifestyle compared to going and getting a cushy job with the council doing nowt for lots of dosh then retiring early on full pay. Then again that's similar to the bankers paying themselves mega bonuses because they've got their fingers in the pot and told themselves they are worth it. Moorsider79
  • Score: 0

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