Britain’s newly wed royal couple, The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, are to visit the U.S. following their first official overseas tour to Canada this summer, announced Clarence House via its official Twitter page.
Admit it: You were harboring suspicions that Kate was going to cut loose and run before the big day, weren’t you?
Amid the day’s perfection, of course the Internet had to find something to rip on.
Seems like they’re settling into married life like the rest of us.
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.
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.
After five weeks of work, the masterpiece is complete. Dig in! (Warning: delicious photos inside!)
With so many people crowded around Westminster Abbey to catch a glimpse of Will or Kate, you have to be outlandish to stand out.
This morning, two billion people were estimated to tune in to the nuptials. So where did they watch them?
When you’re getting married in a massive ceremony, you have to have nice wheels.
Kate Middleton chose a tiara fit for a queen. Queen Elizabeth II to be precise.