If you're like me, you could care less about the royal wedding, except to note that if William wasn't a prince, Kate would have been way out of his league. Nice work, Willy.
Don't let the Gawd-bless-you-ever-so-'umbly-yer-Majesty tone of the global media coverage blasted at America fool you. Most British people are benignly indifferent to the wedding of William Windsor and Kate Middleton.
If you're going to London for the Royal Wedding or just staying home to watch the coverage of the on television, here are some factoids that will help you enjoy it all to the fullest.
The Royal Wedding is approaching! William, The Hotter Royal Bro Who Now Has an Unfortunate Hairline and Is the Less Hot Brother is getting hitched t...
If you love all things royal then you will love William & Kate. It gives you an inside study, however hypothetical, of the relationship between the future King of England and his bride to be.
Suzy Menkes's comparison of Princess Diana's fashion choice to that of a "squaw" was not only hurtful but seems to have been a bit of a stretch in terms of accuracy.
Another day, another royal honeymoon destination rumor. At this rate, you might as well just throw a dart at a world map!
William and Kate have officially registered for their wedding. Unlike most couples who enter their wedding wish list at Williams Sonoma, the couple have chosen something else near to their heart.
In the photographs that follow, you will see and get to know a vibrant, bright young couple who have made their own way, sometimes in defiance of royal tradition.
With apologies to the Royal Family. The wedding of the decade is creeping ever closer, and it's getting harder and harder to sneak around the outskir...
The next secret location everyone wants to uncover is obviously the honeymoon destination. Of course, William fueled more speculation last month while visiting one of Australia's cyclone-affected regions, by telling the crowd, "I will have to come back -- maybe we'll have a honeymoon in Cairns?"
There's less than a month left till the April 29th wedding of Prince William and Catherine Middleton, but if you haven't received your royal invitatio...
Here are some things I've been checking off on my "To Do" list for April: Get a flight to London in time for the royal wedding. Check! Find a fabulous hotel in the heart of all the action. Check! Buy a chic hat (or two) for all the festivities. Double Check!
Prince William may be taken by Kate Middleton, but the great example set by this delightful couple provides terrific lessons in how to find your own charming prince.
It seems that every time there's a major royal wedding, there's a diplomatic minefield to maneuver through.