Or Philippe and Mathilde of Belgium.
Good point. I could check the newspaper for clues I suppose. I bet it's a school exchange visit though, or the village is twinning with somewhere in Germany.
I see that Chedigny has created a jardin de cure, to open in May. If you get a good look at it, please let us know. This is already one of the prettiest villages we've seen in France, and if it someday gets a good boulangerie it will be paradise.
Thanks for alerting me to the jardin de cure. I hadn't heard about that. I will certainly blog about it if we get some decent pics at some stage. I agree Chédigny is a really pretty village. Is the baker no good? (I've never been in and it seems to be closed a lot -- maybe permanently?) There's no baguette dispensing machine, so I don't know where the locals are getting their daily staple.
A couple of years ago our village hall in Braye was filled with balloons for a wedding reception. When the newly weds opened the door, all the balloons flew out and the sky was filled with them. Each balloon carried a message with the names of the couple and the date of the wedding! x
I'd heard of that sort of thing, but this didn't look very wedding-y.