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Friday, April 29, 2011

Time for the #RoyalWedding

What are you doing up so early?

If you're like the many folks across the globe, you're up to see coverage of Prince William and Kate Middleton as they say their vows.

The royal wedding has enamored so many people, and has been a hot topic of debate around the Internet.

Some are happy to see the happy couple tie the knot. Unlike the way things were with Will's parents, the young couple seem to have a solid relationship built firmly on love. It's refreshing to see something positive in the news for a change.

And, not only is it refreshing to see the young couple in love, Kate's story is a fan favorite. A "commoner," Kate has achieved a dream  many young women crave: She found her prince and is becoming a princess. For the romantics out there, it's the perfect real-life fairytale.

Of course, others are sick of hearing about a wedding among royals in a country that isn't their home. And, let's face it... royal wedding coverage has been pretty much nonstop for a while now.

If you're reading this, you're probably not in the last group.

I figured for you royal wedding fans I'd give you the chance to find all the news you need while you're drinking tea and waiting to find out who designed Kate's dress.

Click here for links to royal wedding coverage at

Now, pass me a scone.

--Danielle Capriato |



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