It was quickly becoming more and more likely that Alison Anna Gabula, a lady claiming to be the King's wife, would ruin the wedding.
A tense moment was captured by Pastor Joseph Serwadda, one of the invited guests, when the church leadership urged those against the King's wedding to "speak now, or forever hold your piece."
Before the wedding, there were rumors going around that Alison was going to turn up at the church unexpectedly, according to Pastor Sserwadda, the leader of the Born Again Pentecostal Churches in Uganda.
"I was informed that the woman would arrive before I arrived. When Sserwadda appeared on a televised discussion show on Sunday morning, he declared, "I went ready."
"I had a great view of the bride and groom and was positioned strategically facing the pulpit with my phone on alert." If it came to it, I would have recorded every second of it.
"It was a very tense moment for every one...the Archbishop asked the question in three different languages, and we all waited."
According to the wedding custom, the major celebrants, lead by Archbishop Stephen Kaziimba Mugalu, called on everyone who had a legitimate reason why the Kyabazinga and Inhebantu Jovia Mutesi shouldn't be joined in holy matrimony to come forward and voice their opinion on three separate times.