Kate and William may be having a small, intimate celebration to mark their first anniversary -- but that's no reason to stop you having a proper feast.
As Kate and William approach their first wedding anniversary, Cheapflights lists its picks for the best destinations for couples, of all styles, types and ages, to celebrate their marriage.
It doesn't take a feminist to see how the women of the royal wedding were discussed far differently than the men were -- there was little commentary on the princes' looks or emphasis on Will getting his "fairy-tale ending."
According to a global study of brides and grooms conducted by wedding market research company Splendid Insights, interest in having a "royal"-style wedding has doubled in the last year. Doubled.
You may not think that Prince William and I have anything in common -- he is, after all, a prince, while I am merely a common American woman whose only royal connection is a lifelong adoration of Disney princesses.
The royal wedding anniversary makes its very fancy arrival on Sunday, and we got to thinking: where were we a year ago when Will and Kate celebrated their epic nuptials? It turns out, some of us were hunched over laptops, some of us were eating gold-frosted Krispy Kreme donuts, and some of us were... drunk.