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PUNAKHA, Bhutan -- The fifth Dragon King came down from his golden throne to place a silk crown upon the head of his bride. Monks chanted in celebration and she took her seat beside him Thursday morning, the new queen of the tiny Himalayan nation of Bhutan.

The wedding of King Jigme Khesar Namgyal Wangchuck to his commoner bride, Jetsun Pema, 마카오 시티오브드림 has captivated a nation that had grown impatient with its 31-year-old bachelor king's lack of urgency to take a wife and start a family since his father retired and handed power to him five years ago.

>Pictures: Bhutan's royal weddingPictures: Royal wedding preparations

>Thousands of Bhutanese from the surrounding villages joined the king and queen at their wedding reception at a fairground outside the country's most sacred monastery fortress, where a slate of dancers performed traditional routines for the new couple.

>"I have longed for this celebration, and here it is," said Pema Gyeltshen, a nearby villager, as he watched the dancing.

>The wedding lured spectators from around the world, reports CBS News correspondent Celia Hatton -- tourist such as Mia Mills from the U.S., who told Hatton, "Bhuton is such a wonderful place, and it's just more wonderful when the king's getting married and everything."

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