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Old 04-29-2011, 11:12 AM   #46
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Even though that first kiss was quick at least we got a second one.. thanks to the crowd for egging them on.. that was cool.

but I got all mushy when he said to her when she approached the alter, "you look beautiful"
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Old 04-29-2011, 11:18 AM   #47
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I liked how Harry turned around from the altar to see her, and William wouldn't. It looked like he told William that she or the dress looked absolutely gorgeous.

That Harry seems like a naughty boy His on/off girlfriend was there but she sat way in the back-so maybe she's off right now.

It's just odd to see no one show emotion on such an emotional occasion.
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Old 04-29-2011, 11:22 AM   #48
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Indeed, I did not get up early for it (actually overslept past my usual time this morning) so I DVR'd it. Only thing I've caught real time was "the kiss". BTW, I dvr'd both NBC and BBC America, which would be better to watch?
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BBC America has to be better than NBC or any other American channel. I watched CNN and Piers Morgan was nauseating, the way he was gushing and bragging about the royal family-but he IS British. They were all just tripping all over themselves, and each other, on every channel.
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BBC America has to be better than NBC or any other American channel. I watched CNN and Piers Morgan was nauseating, the way he was gushing and bragging about the royal family-but he IS British. They were all just tripping all over themselves, and each other, on every channel.
Well I'm looking for cheesy and cheeky in my coverage.
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I can't believe how simple and small the bouquet was. I loved the trees in the Abbey.

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She looked beautiful, the perfectly polished bride. I thought the dress might be more fashion forward but considering the circumstances I guess she couldn't do that. The veil and tiara and earrings were gorgeous. Very traditional, very Grace Kelly.

Fergie's daughters outfits were awful I know crazy hats are the big thing there but wtf?



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^Exactly..
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I liked how Harry turned around from the altar to see her, and William wouldn't. It looked like he told William that she or the dress looked absolutely gorgeous.

That Harry seems like a naughty boy His on/off girlfriend was there but she sat way in the back-so maybe she's off right now.

It's just odd to see no one show emotion on such an emotional occasion.
it's that stiff upper lip.

and to me Harry looked a little nervous when he and William walked into Westminster Abbey. His mannerisms reminded me of how my brother is when he is nervous. I think they looked handsome and Catherine (Kate) looked elegant and beautiful. I am not a big wedding person but this might have made me change my tune. Well maybe for a few hours.
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Not to sound horribly cynical, but who cares? My brain tunes out after about .02 seconds of any royal wedding coverage.
Yeah like the royal wedding is a common occurance
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This guy did well marrying a commoner.

His kids will have a better chance to avoid birth defects.
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This guy did well marrying a commoner.
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She looked beautiful, the perfectly polished bride. I thought the dress might be more fashion forward but considering the circumstances I guess she couldn't do that. The veil and tiara and earrings were gorgeous. Very traditional, very Grace Kelly.

Fergie's daughters outfits were awful I know crazy hats are the big thing there but wtf?



the one in blue is hot. ish.
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Interesting that PILF is trending on Twitter.
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I can't believe how simple and small the bouquet was. I loved the trees in the Abbey.

Oh my god, gorgeous! Lilly of the Valley is my favourite flower. I'm stealing this idea if I'm ever dumb enough to get married.

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Yeah like the royal wedding is a common occurance
No, but it was a common occurrence in the media for the past few weeks.


I watched some highlights on Youtube this morning. I have to say, the moment when the princes arrived at Westminister Abbey was a bit poignant. The last time I recall seeing them there for such a largely viewed event was their mother's funeral.
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