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Bread and Circuses: The Royal Wedding

Post  eddie on Mon Apr 11, 2011 9:16 pm

Apr 10th 2011 By Lemondrop staff

Kate and William invite their exes to their wedding



Most couples struggle to agree on who to invite to their wedding.

By the time you've factored in two sets of distant cousins and those all-important friends of the family it's not unusual to find that you can only invite your closest friends. So it's no surprise that, for most of us, our exes don't make the guest list.

But that's not how it's working out for Kate and William. Of the 250 guests they have jointly invited, four of them are William's ex-girlfriends and two of them used to date Kate.

Kate has invited her ex-boyfrind Rupert Finch, who she dated at St Andrews before she got together with William. Her Marlborough friend, Willem Marx, who she was rumoured to have had a relationship in the sixth-form, has also received an invitation.

William has invited all four of his exes: Isabella Anstruther-Gough-Calthorpe, who William was linked with in 2004, is on the list, along with Arabella Musgrave, who dated him before he went to university, his first girlfriend Rose Farquar and Jessica Craig, who was reportedly his first love and one of his closest friend has also been invited. She will be attending with her boyfriend, her parents and her brother and his wife.

And then there's Davinia Duckworth-Chad – once named as potential royal wife material – who is invited along with her husband.

So that's at least eight people who are already choosing what to wear when the watch The One That Got Away walk down the aisle.

Let's hope they don't voice any objections at the crucial moment or spend the ceremony sobbing into their monogrammed hankies...

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Post  eddie on Mon Apr 11, 2011 9:21 pm

PM fights for the right to party

11 April 2011


Prime Minister David Cameron urged local authorities not to strangle royal wedding street party plans with red tape

David Cameron has sent a message to "petty" council bureaucrats ordering them not to strangle royal wedding street party celebrations with unnecessary red tape.

The Prime Minister also urged locals planning get-togethers on April 29 to "ignore" local authorities who try to "interfere" with their plans by bogging them down with paperwork and health and safety legislation.

Writing in The Sun on Monday, Mr Cameron said: "To those councils that are asking small groups of neighbours for licences, insurance and other bureaucracy the message is clear: Don't interfere, don't get in the way and don't make problems where there are none. Let people get on and have fun.

"There have been stories about petty bureaucracy getting in the way of party planners. But people who want to come together to celebrate with their neighbours should go ahead."

Mr Cameron will on Monday travel to the north of England with wife Samantha in a bid to get the nation into the party spirit and promote street celebrations.

The Department for Communities and Local Government is also expected to issue urgent new guidance for councils who have attempted to stop royal wedding festivities with unnecessary conditions.

In February, Transport Secretary Philip Hammond wrote to all local councils in England informing them that he was cutting Whitehall red tape by scrapping existing Government road-closure guidance. He said the move was designed to make it easier for councils to let street parties go ahead and allow local communities to celebrate without being inundated by paperwork.

It is estimated that more than 4,000 street parties have already been planned to mark Prince William's marriage to Kate Middleton.

Describing the historic event as "a special day for everyone in Britain", Mr Cameron urged the public to "bring out the bunting" and organise more parties.

"It's a chance for all of us to come together and celebrate the great things about our country," he added.

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Re: Bread and Circuses: The Royal Wedding

Post  eddie on Tue Apr 12, 2011 10:33 pm

It's a washout! William & Kate brave the rain in Lancashire

By Sarah Karmali, Apr 11, 2011


Kate braves the rain. Photo:Getty

Well that sunny spell had to end sometime...

Prince William and Kate Middleton arrived in Lancashire this morning for their final royal engagement as an unmarried couple, only to be met by a downpour of torrential rain.

Still, ever the troopers, the royal couple carried on regardless, grabbing umbrellas and continuing with their planned meet-and-greet in Darwen.

And the rainy conditions didn't stop the crowds either, as hundreds gathered to line the streets and wish the happy couple good luck before the big day.

It looks as though the pair are already getting set for married life - sartorially speaking, anyway - as they appeared in matching his-and-hers navy outfits, with the Prince dapper in a suit and tie, and Kate exuding effortless elegance in her vintage Amanda Wakeley pencil skirt and tailored jacket.

William and Kate were in Darwen to celebrate the opening of a new community academy and launch an awards scheme - and were also due to watch an outdoor sports display in a local county park later this afternoon...

Here's hoping the rain clears up soon, then!

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Re: Bread and Circuses: The Royal Wedding

Post  Doc Watson on Wed Apr 13, 2011 12:16 am

It will be the most watched event ever on tv if what I read is correct , but you can count me out !

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Re: Bread and Circuses: The Royal Wedding

Post  eddie on Wed Apr 13, 2011 12:29 am

Doc Watson wrote:It will be the most watched event ever on tv if what I read is correct

There's going to be a slight hiccup with the TV coverage:

Quite naturally, William doesn't want to get married in St Paul's cathedral, London: the same venue as his mother's ill-starred wedding, so he's opted for Westminster Abbey instead.The problem is a certain Mr Brian Haw, the long-term campaigner against the war in Iraq, who has been camped out on the green outside the Palce of Westminster- despite every legal attempt for years by the authorities to remove him:



It's almost next door to the church.

Hmm. That's going to make the camera-angles a touch tricky.


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Post  eddie on Sat Apr 16, 2011 6:30 am

Kate Middleton pregnant?

By Kelly Rose Bradford, Apr 15, 2011


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Stories that Kate Middleton is pregnant, and that she and Prince William will make a baby announcement shortly after their wedding on April 29 have been hotly denied by Buckingham Palace.

A magazine in the US reported the couple are are expecting their first child, and that they would break the news officially once back from their honeymoon.

They quoted a source close to the couple as saying: 'Kate's bursting with the secret knowledge that she could soon be a mum,' adding 'She had originally been nervous about having morning sickness on the wedding day, but in the end she decided not to put it off, to just leave it up to fate.'

A Buckingham Palace spokesman flatly denied the rumours, branding them 'absurd' and 'certainly not true'.

And given that all the UK press is obsessed with how THIN Kate has been looking in the run up to her big day, a pregnancy does seem rather unlikely, doesn't it?

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Re: Bread and Circuses: The Royal Wedding

Post  eddie on Sat Apr 16, 2011 6:43 am

It was perhaps inevitable that Mr Brian Haw is not gong to be allowed to inconvenience the media coverage of the nation applauding the happy couple on their big day:

Haw loses bid for eviction appeal

15 April 2011


Peace campaigner Brian Haw faces eviction from a patch of grass in Parliament Square Gardens

Peace campaigner Brian Haw faces eviction from an area of grass in Parliament Square Gardens after losing a bid to launch a Court of Appeal challenge against a possession order granted to the mayor of London.

Mr Haw's long-standing presence on the pavement on the east side of Parliament Square is not threatened by the order which relates to his encroachment on to a small adjoining part of the gardens where he has pitched a tent.

Mr Haw, now in his 60s, has staged a continuous demonstration in Parliament Square against the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan since 2001. He is having treatment for cancer in Germany and his co-campaigner Barbara Tucker made Friday's application to appeal.

After the appeal bid was lost, Mrs Tucker said she did not believe the eviction had anything to do with clearing the area for the royal wedding and declared: "It is about getting rid of our peace campaign".

In March, the High Court granted London Mayor Boris Johnson an order for possession and an injunction against both Mr Haw and Mrs Tucker. Mr Justice Wyn Williams concluded that there was substantial evidence which justified the conclusion that the making of orders in the case was proportionate.

On Friday Mrs Tucker asked two judges to adjourn the appeal application to give Mr Haw more time to seek legal aid to mount his appeal and explain why he should be allowed to remain on the grass for health reasons. Mrs Tucker said that if the mayor's order was enforced, Mr Haw, despite suffering from cancer, would have to sleep on the pavement.

She asked: "If he returns, is it going to be safe for him to be that close to the traffic fumes?"

Rejecting the application, Master of the Rolls Lord Neuberger and Lady Justice Smith ruled there was "no prospect" of any appeal being successful and the mayor was entitled to his order for possession without any further delay as "justice delayed is justice denied".

A spokesman for Mr Johnson said: "The mayor is pleased that the High Court has supported previous rulings to return possession of Parliament Square Gardens to the Greater London Authority.

"The Court of Appeal had previously made a special case for Brian Haw and Barbara Tucker that they could continue to sleep on the grass area controlled by the GLA on a temporary basis while their case was referred back to the High Court for conclusion in this matter. The High Court has now concluded that neither party should be allowed to continue to sleep on the GLA-controlled grass. The perimeter fences will be adjusted accordingly."

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Re: Bread and Circuses: The Royal Wedding

Post  eddie on Sat Apr 16, 2011 6:49 am

The royal wedding day: official timings announced!

By Sarah Karmali, Apr 15, 2011


The big day approaches. Photo:PA

Clarence House have this morning confirmed the official running order for Prince William and Kate Middleton's wedding day on April 29th - and it's all been planned down to the exact minute.

So here's how it will all happen:

- Between 8.15am and 9.45am: The general congregation will arrive at the Great North Door or Westminster Abbey

- From 9.50am: Distinguished guests arrive, including Governors-General, Prime Ministers of Realm Coutries and the Diplomatic Corps.

- 10.10am: Prince William and Prince Harry leave Clarence House for Westminster Abbey, to arrive at 10.15am.

- 10.20am: Carole and James Middleton leave the Goring Hotel for Westminster Abbey, to arrive at 10.27am.

-10.25am: Other members of the Royal Family leave Buckingham Palace for Westminster Abbey, to arrive at 10.30am.

-10.35am: Princess Anne and Vice Admiral Timothy Lawrence, Prince Andrew, Princess Eugenie, Prince Edward and Sophie Countess of Wessex leave Buckingham Palace for Westminster Abbey, to arrive at 10.40am.

-10.38am: Prince Charles and Camilla leave Clarence House for Westminster Abbey to arrive at 10.42am.

-10.48am: The Queen and Prince Phillip leave Buckingham Palace for Westminster Abbey, to arrive at 10.45am.

-10.48am: The bridesmaids and pages leave the Goring Hotel for Westminster Abbey, to arrive at 10.55am.

-10.51am: The bride, accompanied by dad Michael Middleton leaves the Goring Hotel for Westminster Abbey.

-11.00am: The marriage service begins, which will be relayed by audio speakers along the route.

Phew! What are the chances of it all running like clockwork?

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Re: Bread and Circuses: The Royal Wedding

Post  eddie on Sun Apr 17, 2011 11:29 pm

I suppose, on balance, this belongs here rather than the Literature section:

Fiction inspired by the forthcoming Royal nuptials:

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Re: Bread and Circuses: The Royal Wedding

Post  eddie on Mon Apr 18, 2011 4:49 am

Kate's wedding dress designer finally REVEALED!

By Ruth Doherty, Apr 17, 2011



The designer of Kate's wedding dress is said to be Sophie Cranston. Photo: PA

Who will make the wedding dress of the century has undoubtedly been one of the biggest fashion questions over the last few months.

And now, finally, we can reveal that Kate's wedding dress designer is not Sarah Burton, Bruce Oldfield or Alice Temperley, but a very talented British designer called Sophie Cranston, of the Libélula label.

Yes, according to Yvonne York of the Huffington Post, the 34-year-old South London-based designer has won the coveted job of creating the royal wedding dress.

Yvonne suggests it is likely there will be more than one dress made by Sophie, much like Princess Diana's dressmakers, David and Elizabeth Emanuel, had a "back-up" dress in case something happened to the first one.

It is suggested the reason the palace did not announce the designer's name (as they did with the Emanuels who were confirmed just one month after Diana's engagement) was to protect Cranston and her family from media scrutiny for as long as possible, and to allow her the freedom to create the wedding gown of Catherine's dreams without additional pressures and distractions. It's stressful enough to make an unforgettable gown that will be seen by billions around the world and which will be immortalised in royal and fashion history.

A St James Palace spokesperson would not confirm or deny the news, saying only: "We are not being drawn on any speculation on the wedding and cannot comment."

Cranston won the Designer of the Year Award at London's Graduate Fashion Week in 1999 and then went on to hone her design skills under the tutelage of Alexander McQueen before going into business with Alice Temperley to create the Temperley label in 2000.

A couple of years later, Cranston left for Andalusia, Spain to pursue her interest in flamenco and her time at Costa La Luz inspired her to create her own label Libélula, which means dragonfly in Spanish.

According to her website, there is a small established ready-to-wear and bespoke bridal collection. And her line is known for its feminine silhouettes, luxurious fabrics, and vibrant use of colours and prints.

Since establishing Libélula in 2002, Cranston has gradually acquired a loyal celebrity clientele list, including Kate and the Middleton ladies, as well as Emma Watson, Jerry Hall and writer Celia Warden who married fellow journalist Piers Morgan last year in a Libélula gown.

Can't wait to see what she creates - only two more weeks before all is revealed...

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Re: Bread and Circuses: The Royal Wedding

Post  eddie on Tue Apr 19, 2011 5:56 pm

Cameron breaks with royal tradition

19 April 2011


David Cameron is to break with tradition by wearing a lounge suit when he attends the royal wedding

David Cameron is to break with tradition by wearing a lounge suit when he attends the royal wedding.

Aides to the Prime Minister confirmed that he would be foregoing a formal morning suit in favour of his normal business attire.

It is expected that other politicians attending next week's ceremony at Westminster Abbey - including Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg and Labour leader Ed Miliband - will make a similar choice.

In past decades it has been traditional for prime ministers to wear full morning dress - including a tail coat - when they attend royal weddings.

However, since becoming Conservative leader in 2005, the Old Etonian Mr Cameron has been careful to avoid drawing attention to his privileged background.

As a student a Oxford University, he was famously photographed in the bow tie and tails of the infamous Bullingdon Club - a dining group for ex-public schoolboys, which was renowned for its drunken excesses.

Since becoming Prime Minister he has largely avoided appearing in public in formal wear - the only exception being his annual Mansion House speech on foreign affairs when white tie and tails are considered mandatory.

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Re: Bread and Circuses: The Royal Wedding

Post  Nah Ville Sky Chick on Tue Apr 19, 2011 11:00 pm

eddie wrote:The royal wedding day: official timings announced!

By Sarah Karmali, Apr 15, 2011


The big day approaches. Photo:PA

Clarence House have this morning confirmed the official running order for Prince William and Kate Middleton's wedding day on April 29th - and it's all been planned down to the exact minute.

So here's how it will all happen:

- Between 8.15am and 9.45am: The general congregation will arrive at the Great North Door or Westminster Abbey

- From 9.50am: Distinguished guests arrive, including Governors-General, Prime Ministers of Realm Coutries and the Diplomatic Corps.

- 10.10am: Prince William and Prince Harry leave Clarence House for Westminster Abbey, to arrive at 10.15am.

- 10.20am: Carole and James Middleton leave the Goring Hotel for Westminster Abbey, to arrive at 10.27am.

-10.25am: Other members of the Royal Family leave Buckingham Palace for Westminster Abbey, to arrive at 10.30am.

-10.35am: Princess Anne and Vice Admiral Timothy Lawrence, Prince Andrew, Princess Eugenie, Prince Edward and Sophie Countess of Wessex leave Buckingham Palace for Westminster Abbey, to arrive at 10.40am.

-10.38am: Prince Charles and Camilla leave Clarence House for Westminster Abbey to arrive at 10.42am.

-10.48am: The Queen and Prince Phillip leave Buckingham Palace for Westminster Abbey, to arrive at 10.45am.

-10.48am: The bridesmaids and pages leave the Goring Hotel for Westminster Abbey, to arrive at 10.55am.

-10.51am: The bride, accompanied by dad Michael Middleton leaves the Goring Hotel for Westminster Abbey.

-11.00am: The marriage service begins, which will be relayed by audio speakers along the route.

Phew! What are the chances of it all running like clockwork?

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Do you know, if I were invited as part of the general congregation, I would be worried about toilets if I arrived at 8.15 a.m. and the marriage service didn't start until 11 a.m. Would anyone else or is it just me?

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Re: Bread and Circuses: The Royal Wedding

Post  eddie on Wed Apr 20, 2011 6:09 am

Nah Ville Sky Chick wrote:Do you know, if I were invited as part of the general congregation, I would be worried about toilets if I arrived at 8.15 a.m. and the marriage service didn't start until 11 a.m. Would anyone else or is it just me?

Elementary, my dear Whiplash.

Simply ask to borrow the nearest toff's topper:

A real gentleman could hardly refuse.

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Post  eddie on Wed Apr 20, 2011 6:35 pm

Majority of women 'don't envy Kate'

20 April 2011


Nearly nine out of 10 women do not envy Kate Middleton, a survey says
Some may think she is the luckiest woman in the world, but nearly nine out of 10 women do not envy Kate Middleton, a poll has revealed.

The research, carried out by MyDaily.co.uk and YouGov, found 86% of British women do not envy Prince William's bride-to-be.

Of those, 44% gave the reason as the fact she will not be able to live a normal life, while 18 gave media attention as a reason.

Safety was not a huge concern, with only 2% of women identifying the constant need for security as an off-putting aspect of Miss Middleton's new life.

Of the one in 10 women who did admit to feeling a little green with envy, Miss Middleton's wealth was seen to be the most desirable (27%) - even more than the fact she has a prince in waiting (20%).

The survey of nearly 2,000 people in Great Britain also found Miss Middleton may still have some way to go to win over the public, with only 44% of people feeling she is worthy of becoming their future Queen.

Despite this, her status as a rising fashion icon is clear - nearly twice as many women are likely to buy an outfit worn by Kate Middleton (23%) than style queen Kate Moss (12%).

Carla Bevan, editor-in-chief of MyDaily.co.uk, said: "Despite all the excitement about what she'll wear on the big day, the reality of the situation is that most women realise Catherine has an unenviable task ahead of her, having her every move, not to mention every outfit, picked apart by the press.

"The public clearly feel it's going to be no fairytale for Kate, bringing an end to the idea that it's every girl's dream to become a princess, with modern-day women increasingly wary of the trappings of life in the celebrity spotlight."

According to the poll, 22% of women believe Miss Middleton should agree to "love, honour and obey" in her vows, with even more men thinking she should, at 36%.

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Post  eddie on Wed Apr 20, 2011 6:40 pm

Has Kate Middleton helped design her own wedding dress?

By Sarah Karmali, Apr 19, 2011



While it's now widely believed that Brit designer Sophie Cranston is the one to have created the gown of the decade, reports are also suggesting that the bride herself had a hand in designing her own wedding dress.

According to The Daily Mail, Kate Middleton wanted to exercise her creative talents in order to ensure she had the dress of her dreams for the big day - but obviously left the final stages in the hands of a professional.

An inside source reveals that the bride-to-be took inspiration from her History of Art degree - as well as her previous experience working at high street brand Jigsaw - and was thought to be particularly influenced by the Renaissance period when putting together her inital ideas.

According to the all-knowing source, Miss Middleton has also incorporated a "nod" to Princess Diana's spectacular wedding gown, but with a little less of the "flounce" factor.

The dress - thought to be locked away at Clarence House - is reportedly made of ivory satin and lace, with pearl button detailing and a 10ft train, reports the The Daily Mail.

Fact or fiction, we're not 100% sure - but with only 10 days to go until the big day, there's not long until we find out...

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Post  eddie on Wed Apr 20, 2011 6:44 pm

Acorn theme for Kate's coat of arms

19 April 2011



Kate Middleton's coat of arms will be printed on the back of the souvenir programme for the royal wedding
A coat of arms has been created for Kate Middleton and will be featured on a souvenir programme of the royal wedding.

The Middleton family's heraldic design was commissioned by Kate's father Michael in time for the marriage of his daughter to Prince William.

The move signifies the growing social status of Kate's parents and also the practical need for Miss Middleton, a future Queen, to have a coat of arms.

The design incorporates an acorn sprig - one for each of the Middletons' three children - an idea suggested by Kate. The oak tree is a traditional symbol of England and strength, and is a feature of west Berkshire where the family have lived for more than 30 years.

At the centre of the coat of arms is an inverted "v" or chevron coloured gold which represents Kate's mother Carole Middleton whose maiden name was Goldsmith. Above and below this feature are white chevronels to symbolise peaks and mountains, reflecting the family's love of the Lake District and skiing.

Thomas Woodcock, Garter Principal King of Arms, from the College of Arms in the City of London, sat down with Kate's parents to create the design which cost £4,400.

He said: "It's not compulsory but as their daughter is marrying into the Royal Family she will have a need probably to use a coat of arms."

He added that Miss Middleton could have been granted her own heraldic design but her father commissioned the College in his name so all the family could use it.

A version of the coat and arms which can only be used by Kate or her sister Pippa, as it denotes a Middleton spinster, will be printed on the back of the souvenir programme while William's will be on the front. The booklet will include the wedding order of service and be available on the day of the nuptials.

Following the Westminster Abbey ceremony, the coat of arms of William and his fiancee will be combined - something known as "impaled arms".

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Post  eddie on Wed Apr 20, 2011 6:49 pm

What Kate Middleton and Prince William's children will look like

By Tamsin Kelly, Apr 19, 2011



If Kate Middleton and Prince William start producing heirs to the throne soon after the royal wedding, this is what their children could look like.

US forensic artist Joe Mullins has provided a glimpse of the future royal family.

Mullins studied recent photographs of Wills and Kate and used the latest computer technology to predict how their kids could look.

If the couple have a son, the boy who could one day become king is expected to inherit many of William's features, including the famous Windsor ears. Let's hope he has this cheeky grin.

Perhaps luckily for her, a daughter is predicted to favour Kate's looks, with a high forehead, slightly pointed chin and long brown hair.

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Re: Bread and Circuses: The Royal Wedding

Post  Nah Ville Sky Chick on Wed Apr 20, 2011 10:17 pm

^^

Neither are likely to inherit their uncle's ginger noggin then?

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Re: Bread and Circuses: The Royal Wedding

Post  felix on Wed Apr 20, 2011 11:06 pm

^ silent



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Re: Bread and Circuses: The Royal Wedding

Post  LaRue on Thu Apr 21, 2011 12:22 am

A 10 ft train? No, Kate, no!! I am quite looking forward to this dress though, not going to lie!

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Re: Bread and Circuses: The Royal Wedding

Post  Nah Ville Sky Chick on Thu Apr 21, 2011 12:28 am

LaRue wrote:A 10 ft train? No, Kate, no!! I am quite looking forward to this dress though, not going to lie!

Yes, me too. I remember being a bit disappointed in Diana's, it was all screwed up when she got out of the coach

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Re: Bread and Circuses: The Royal Wedding

Post  LaRue on Thu Apr 21, 2011 12:41 am

Yeah, Diana's dress was certainly a product of its time. Hopefully, Kate's will be nicer. I'm intrested, she has been making good fashion choices of late.

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Re: Bread and Circuses: The Royal Wedding

Post  pinhedz on Thu Apr 21, 2011 2:14 am

What's this thread all about? Some English folks are getting married? scratch

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Re: Bread and Circuses: The Royal Wedding

Post  Nah Ville Sky Chick on Thu Apr 21, 2011 2:16 am

pinhedz wrote:What's this thread all about? Some English folks are getting married? scratch

Yes, we are all getting the day off, hence our excitement king queen

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Re: Bread and Circuses: The Royal Wedding

Post  LaRue on Thu Apr 21, 2011 2:27 am

What's everyone doing on their day off? I'm undecided as of yet...

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