I'm exhausted. I'm a little buzzed. And if I never eat another cucumber and cream cheese sandwich again I'll be perfectly content. But despite all that and the fact that the Royal Couple merely pecked one another for the big moment, I wouldn't change it for anything. (OK, maybe if I had actually been invited to the wedding, but whatev.)
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So I'm sure by now you're all completely over the whole royal wedding thing.You're tired of the wedding plans and the photos and the guest lists and the entire country of England. I get it. But I'm going to bring it up one last time because I just can't seem to wrap my head around this one concept.
In just 2 weeks, Prince William (AKA. the one that got away) is going to marry Kate Middleton in front of a global audience.
When the news of Prince William's engagement to long-time girlfriend Kate Middleton hit the Internet several weeks ago, hearts all over the world broke in two. Women's dreams of becoming the newest member of the Royal Family were shattered in an instant.