Amid the day’s perfection, of course the Internet had to find something to rip on.
Even with billions of eyes tuned to William and Catherine yesterday, they managed to slip a few comments by us.
The debris may have been swept away, but the afterglow and excitement of Kate Middleton and Prince William’s royal nuptials continues to float in the air in the early hours of Saturday morning.
And you thought that the actual marriage between the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge would signal an end to royal wedding coverage? Think again.
When I checked in at Westminster Abbey this morning on Facebook, my friends commented that I was “so lucky.” Here’s why I wasn’t.
With so many people crowded around Westminster Abbey to catch a glimpse of Will or Kate, you have to be outlandish to stand out.
Wondering why Prince William married in red, wearing the famous tunic of an Irish Guards officer, rather than in his Royal Air Force uniform?
What were people really thinking while Kate and William were at the altar?
The lace! Those pleats! Oh and that train! Everyone is buzzing about the dress that Kate Middleton wore as she was crowned Duchess of Cambridge, and the ever-critical fashion industry is no exception. NewsFeed chats with …
NewsFeed linked arms around the globe on Friday, getting up early on both sides of the Atlantic to watch the royal wedding. But it’s one thing gauging reaction in the U.K. and the U.S., but what did the rest of the world and its …
Sure the vows sounded nice, but how do they look?
The day is finally here: The wedding between Prince William and Kate Middleton.