The Royal Wedding

Lissa - posted on 04/28/2011 ( 22 moms have responded )

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Anyone care? Got an opinion? Will you be watching?
Personal I think the Royal family is good for Britain, yes they have many priveleges but also many of them have great responsibilities the poor queen for one thing the woman has worked like a trouper she's 85 anyone else could have expected a good 20 retirement by this age.

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Sarah - posted on 05/01/2011

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If that first kiss wasn't considered 'too short' then what is? It couldn't possibly have been any shorter! The second kiss was good :)
I love the royal family! Especially the Queen :D i have a lot of respect for that woman! AND she was such a cutie at the wedding! ♥ nawww!

oh and pippa's dress was much nicer than kate's.. just saying ;)
I preferred Kate's dress number 2 for the reception! Gorgeous :)

Isobel - posted on 05/01/2011

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apparently, they had to practice the kiss a million times until it conformed with protocol...not too long, not too short...I think it might have even been questionable that they did it twice :/

Bonnie - posted on 05/01/2011

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"I watched it. I thought it was beautiful and she looked gorgeous but what about that kiss? Pathetic if you ask me, like kissing your grandma."

Erin, I know what you mean. I saw that part when they replayed it and the kiss was like a first date kiss. Heck, some even kiss better than that on a first date.

Jane - posted on 04/30/2011

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Sure, the Royals are good for Britain, but no, I didn't watch the wedding. Why? I don't know either the bride or the groom, and I wasn't invited. I am sure it was very nice as these things tend to be. But it just isn't high on my agenda.

Isobel - posted on 04/30/2011

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I think they wore them to bring attention to the fact that their mother wasn't invited

Isobel - posted on 04/30/2011

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I liked the flowers too! But can we talk about Fergy's daughters for a second??? WTF?

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I didn't get up to watch it, but I did watch the news reports after the fact and found some clips online. I think it's fun and any marriage is worth celebrating.

Jodi, my daughter was the same way about the Prince and Princess (she's really a Dutchess, but I didn't explain the difference to her). We were both glued to the tv and my husband walked in and she said, "Look Daddy, a Prince!"

Erin - posted on 04/30/2011

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I watched it. I thought it was beautiful and she looked gorgeous but what about that kiss? Pathetic if you ask me, like kissing your grandma.

Stifler's - posted on 04/30/2011

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I loved the rest of it, but her flowers were shit. Sack the florist, seriously.

Jessica - posted on 04/30/2011

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I loved the whole thing! William and Kate are so in love and the country is in love with them too!! I thought the entire ceremony and all the pomp and circumstance was so proper and endearing! Kate was perfect! I think people are too cynical about the whole thing and need to lighten up on the Brits! I think they're lucky that so many of them can gather in a positive way for such a positive event!

Johnny - posted on 04/29/2011

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I watched it & enjoyed it. But I don't take it seriously at all. It was just something to do for fun. I've been inundated on a daily basis with NHL playoff hockey where ever I go and whatever I do. Work, home, shopping, driving.... it is endless. So for me, the Royal wedding was a much needed break from hearing about something else I could really care less about. Basically, from one thing that means nothing in my real life to another. I enjoyed the wedding more though. She looked great!

Tinker1987 - posted on 04/29/2011

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had no interest in it what so ever. but i had to see what the dress looked like,i thought it would be more stunning.

Shannintipton - posted on 04/29/2011

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I also thought I should be royalty because I do nothing and do it very well, but I now know they work too damn hard. {:+)

Bonnie - posted on 04/29/2011

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There will probably be talk about it for the next while. Personally, I don't really care. There was no way I was waking up at 4am to get ready to watch it.

Sarah - posted on 04/29/2011

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Eh, I don't really have an opinion one way or another. I couldn't sleep very well last night, so I almost got up to watch the wedding but decided I was too lazy to get out of bed. I wish Kate & William the best, but honestly, I'm kinda glad it's over so the media can move on to something else.

JuLeah - posted on 04/29/2011

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I was not actually invited, or maybe my invitation just got lost in the mail. Regardless, I will be home and don't think I'll watch. Since my divorce, I am not a big fan of weddings or marriage .... but good luck to them

Jodi - posted on 04/29/2011

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My daughter is super excited to be watching a REAL princess wedding :) She hasn't stopped her commentary about the real princess for days. I'm letting her stay up to watch it :D

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I couldn't give a rat's arse about the royals at all. I won't be watching the wedding but I do hope for Kate and William's sake that it goes well and there are no weirdos out there planning to cause trouble. I was going to watch "The Chaser's" take on things but Clarence House have put a stop to the planned broadcast. So that's it for me.

Jocelyn - posted on 04/29/2011

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I really have no opinion either way. I'm dying to see what her dress looks like, but that's about where my interest ends lol

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