|4.29.11 - Princess Party, invite on|
There has been great debate regarding the hoopla surrounding the royal nuptials. Did April 29, 2011 cost the British economy too much? Was this royal display 'too chauvinistic' considering the ongoing unrest in the Middle East? A commoner marrying a royal - how taboo? Too be honest, I think that all these questions are a waste of breath and energy. At the end of the day, a wedding should symbolize the coming together of two people and their friends and family. In my opinion, the royal wedding did just that. It was a ceremony tinged with with personal touches and priceless moments between those closet to the couple. Unfortunately the promised happily ever after only exists in fairy tales, when in actuality their relationship will forever be on display for us to chronicle and berate. The fact that until their coronation, the future King and Queen are leading a seemingly normal life, tucked amidst the rolling hills of the English countryside makes them an even more lovable pair. So, lets cut the cynicism and celebrate the fact that two people found each other and fell in love.
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