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With great anticipation to watch the wedding, I stayed up all night munching on a Cesar’s salad and sipping coffee. I had everything ready; my seven cats, and six dogs in my computer room with their cozy doggy beds strewn all over the floor. A bottle of red wine and a goblet sat on my computer desk, ready to fill and toast the married couple.

I finally decided to lie down on the sofa. Big mistake! I feel asleep when the future Princess Catherine stepped out of the car! [info]daddy, [info]lt_howitzer and [info]watch_and_see, you should have woken me up!

I've always found extramarital affairs repugnant. It angered me when I saw the once adulterous Duchess of Cornwall standing on the balcony next to Prince Williams and Princess Catherine. Since the once adulterous Prince Charles is the father of Prince Williams, I can understand why he was standing there.

The bride looked breathtakingly beautiful! I wish the newlywed couple all the happiness in the world!

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lt_howitzer
Apr. 30th, 2011 04:16 pm (UTC)
I was busy waking my mom up, so I couldn't be two places at onces. :P LOL

Personally, I don't think that Camilla should have been there, and was only there because she is married to Prince Charles.

There were only two minor "glitches" during the whole event. One of the calvary riders was thrown from his horse during the procession from Westminster Abbey to Buckingham Palace. And the first planes during the RAF fly-by were late...hence the second kiss that we saw.

Ay least now the Monarchy is being more modern. Prince William was allowed to marry a commoner, and if their first born child is a girl, she will be the next in line for the Throne behind William.
playgirl
Apr. 30th, 2011 04:25 pm (UTC)
butterflies...
Oh no! I hope the rider wasn't hurt too much!

THAT woman stuck up like a sore thumb next to everyone else standing on that balcony.

When the Prince and Princess kissed, I felt bunches of butterflies in my stomach.

Yeah, you couldn't have been at two places at the same time, but you should have used a slingshot. That would have woken me up! :o)
lt_howitzer
Apr. 30th, 2011 04:40 pm (UTC)
Re: butterflies...
They said that the rider was fine, and they were able to catch the horse quickly after it bolted. They didn't say which horse it was, but I wonder if it was the horse named William, because it was the youngest horse, and had the least amount of experiance with large crowds.

I wonder how many people were wishing that someone would push Camilla off the balcony. LOL

It has been said, that Canada will be the first official State visit for the new Prince and Princess, but British Columbia is currently not on their planned places to visit while in Canada. :(
ayoub
Apr. 30th, 2011 05:35 pm (UTC)
:D

Yeah, adultery and royals? Hard to separate the two :P
(Anonymous)
Apr. 30th, 2011 06:18 pm (UTC)
I loved the fact that it was initially an overcast day but when Kate turned back to do her last wave to the people at Westminster Abbey as Kate before she entered the Cathedral, The sun immediately came out and illuminated the church. The sun did not hide behind a cloud for the rest of the day. Letting everyone know that a new day had arisen for the British Empire. Elizabeth knew that the Monarchy was safe.
playgirl
Apr. 30th, 2011 07:46 pm (UTC)
And that was an added sign of approval from the He who lives upstairs!
padiwack
Apr. 30th, 2011 07:23 pm (UTC)
"judge not..."
I think it's best not to judge someone if they have ventured out of relationship. You never know why people do what (and who) they do - more importantly - it is only the business of the people involved! Everyone else needs to get on with thier own damned thing, and mind their own damned business.
playgirl
Apr. 30th, 2011 07:43 pm (UTC)
Re: "judge not..."
You’re right, padiwack. I forgot that for different reasons, I myself have always been judged by judgmental people, and here I did exactly what I most hate in those people - I judged.
watch_and_see
Apr. 30th, 2011 09:23 pm (UTC)
Re: "judge not..."
I agree. When people found out I left my husband, the first thing they wanted to know was if there was another woman. My response was always, "I wish there was."

Of all the things people do to intentionally hurt their spouse, affairs aren't one of them. Those usually happen by default because the *guilty* is so lonely, so destroyed by constant criticism, so tired of giving, giving, giving and getting no love and affection in return.

I wish I had an affair. Maybe I would feel better.
thechangingman
Apr. 30th, 2011 10:57 pm (UTC)
Take a look at a picture of Prince Harry and James Hewitt (a man who was rumoured to have had an affair with Princes Diana).

Adultery was taken for granted in that family as it has been since William (the bastard) set in up over a thousand years ago.
uglyface2
May. 2nd, 2011 04:29 am (UTC)
Looking forward to your comments on tonight's big announcement.
playgirl
May. 2nd, 2011 10:12 pm (UTC)
I was puzzled by your comment, but now I know! I had no idea!
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