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None of the guests at the wedding party could have known that Charles and Diana's marriage was already beginning to unravel. The Queen couldn't avoid Diana's disquieting behavior. Nobody had ever flouted protocol as Diana did, or shown such disrespect to the Queen.
When a man is unfaithful, it's not as cut and dry as "I need a prettier woman in my life." He's usually fulfilling a deeper psychological desire.
I sent the letter to William and Kate, hoping but not really expecting to hear back. Imagine my surprise and delight when the following letter arrived in the mail recently.
What's the chance of running into two Jews at Buckingham Palace and discovering that they are the King and Queen of England? Some curious emerging facts suggest that it could happen.
After an estimated 22.7 milliion viewers watched the wedding of Kate Middleton and Prince William last month, I wonder if any of them thought about whether this marriage, too, like Charles' and Diana's, would end in infidelity and divorce?
While Prince William is on his honeymoon, moving forward with the next chapter of his life, 4,800 miles away there are those who are still looking back into the tragic events in his past.
The Windsors have tied the knot yet again. But the wedding of this century has turned out to be very different from the one in 1981 when Prince Charles wed Lady Diana Spencer.
Helen Mirren did it. So has Colin Firth. Now Madonna is hot for it. They, and the rest of Hollywood, know that a royal wave could very well lead to Oscar and box-office gold.
There once was a royal named Will. Whose grandma was over the hill. They made him an Earl And he got his girl. Of his nuptials we've all had our fill.
Kate and William, you are so smart! I applaud you for making life and love decisions that will prevent your relationship from crashing and burning!
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.
One particular overheard sentence was Camilla saying to Catherine, "If I can give you one bit of advice..." Unfortunately, nobody heard the rest of that sentence. I can now exclusively reveal what that advice was.
A whopping 75 percent of those under 30 describe themselves as "not interested" in the royal wedding. Why are so many joining me on the grinch list this year? Allow me to posit a few theories.