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.
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.