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"OFFICIAL" Royal Wedding - Prince William + Kate Middleton

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6y, 2w agoPosted 6 years, 2 weeks ago
Anounced today for the spring/summer of next year

Now confirmed as April 29th 2011 !!

get your weddings booked ladies !

Discuss :)

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Cat fight now.
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6y, 2w agoPosted 6 years, 2 weeks ago
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#1
Good news for the country

Hopefully wedding day will be made a public holiday as well
#2
Public holiday!!
banned 1 Like #3
Should be a good day, nothing negative to say about it at all.
banned 1 Like #4
He's definitely punching above his weight.
4 Likes #5
Who gives a toss?
banned#6
vibeone
He's definitely punching above his weight.

If he wasn't a Prince and heir to the throne perhaps.
#7
not interested, unless it gets me a day off :p
banned 1 Like #8
moob
Who gives a toss?

A good proportion of the country must, not to mention the British media and the World's media.

Edited By: master_chief on Nov 16, 2010 12:35: .
#9
I can remember it was a public holiday for charles and dianas wedding-my dad and me played tennis while mum and gran were glued to the telly. William seems to be a bit more down to earth than the rest of them so good luck to him-nothing bad to say about it,but I do wonder whether the generation who really got excited about royal weddings are maybe long gone?

If they close the schools,I wonder how many kids will actually watch the wedding,or even how many parents.
1 Like #10
master_chief
moob
Who gives a toss?


A good proportion of the country must not to mention the british media and the word's media.


I don't really think there are that many Royalists out there these days.

I really couldn't care less about a couple of kids raised in the silver spoon environment getting hitched - it is meaningless, to me anyway.
suspended#11
Don't care.
banned#12
moob
master_chief
moob
Who gives a toss?
A good proportion of the country must not to mention the british media and the word's media.
I don't really think there are that many Royalists out there these days.I really couldn't care less about a couple of kids raised in the silver spoon environment getting hitched - it is meaningless, to me anyway.

I don't think there are many Royalists around these days but these events will always attract attention from even the most casual of observers.
#13
A public holiday for the 2nd in line to the throne? Okay.
[helper] 1 Like #14
tinkerbell28
It won't go down well with most people in reality I don't think, not when the cutbacks bite next year.She hasn't done a real days work in her life at 28 and when all the public sector starts to feel the pinch next year including the armed forces, people will see the man they have paid ££££££ taking never ending leave whilst the others face "cutbacks" and more time away. Theyn they'll blast god nows how much public money on a wedding, bad timing really.
I've always thought the only thing the royal family are good for is tourism. This wedding will probably be seen by hundreds of millions of people, they'll probably be tv shots of the cathedral, parliament square, the Royal Mall etc So at least the country will get millions of dollars/pounds worth of free advertising and hopefully re-coup the money in tourism.....

When Charles and Di got married I was in a small town in Germany and even they had it on the TV

Edited By: gari189 on Nov 16, 2010 12:56
1 Like #15
Hope she behaves herself or she'll be terrified of tunnels. oO
[helper] 1 Like #16
tinkerbell28
I agree on the tourism respect but I still don't think it will send out the right image to the people of this country in the majority tbh.

The gov has a plan that by next year poor people won't be able to afford a tv and there won't be any poor people invited to the wedding - so no problem X)
1 Like #17
The whole royal family, potiticians and other VIP's in 1 place....... terrorists will have already started planning.
#18
Love weddings !!.....anyone getting married next year too?????...........<3
[helper]#19
MinstrelMan
The whole royal family, potiticians and other VIP's in 1 place....... terrorists will have already started planning.
I was thinking that myself but I think with these events the security makes things too difficult for them. Look at all the previous Al Queda attacks in the US, here and Spain. Packed places with little or no security and maximum casualties. If they are going to do something - its the crowds they'll go for....
#20
Goonieman
Hope she behaves herself or she'll be terrified of tunnels. oO


Very bad ! very very bad !!!! Snigger !
#21
I'm definitely a Royalist! It's part of our heritage and national pride. The money they bring in in tourism far outweighs their costs also.
banned 1 Like #22
Do you think they managed to bag THIS in time?

Edited By: JonnyTwoToes on Nov 16, 2010 13:20
[helper]#23
What do you think Charles will buy William as a wedding present? Hampshire maybe?
#24
Care about as much as I do for any other celebritard non-entity announcing wedding plans.
banned 1 Like #25
thesaint
A public holiday for the 2nd in line to the throne? Okay.


You can work then.
#26
Have no interest in the suckling Royal family, shame really that our royal family is a powerless absorbtion on our society. Also a shame because prince William is a throughly bloody spiffingly nice bloke.
suspended#27
hypnoticstate
I'm definitely a Royalist! It's part of our heritage and national pride. The money they bring in in tourism far outweighs their costs also.


How is a royal wedding going to increase tourism?
#28
DarkKnight
hypnoticstate
I'm definitely a Royalist! It's part of our heritage and national pride. The money they bring in in tourism far outweighs their costs also.
How is a royal wedding going to increase tourism?

I guess due to the 'future king & Queen' stuff.
#29
this is fab!! great for the country and a feel good thing really.

tbh i prob wont be watching it..i do hope its not a public holiday...what will i do with the kids! haha
#30
lotta royal hate!
#31
DarkKnight
hypnoticstate
I'm definitely a Royalist! It's part of our heritage and national pride. The money they bring in in tourism far outweighs their costs also.


How is a royal wedding going to increase tourism?



Because of the increased worldwide interest in the uk and the increase in people travelling here to see the event you nugget,engage brain before posting next time

Edited By: boothy on Nov 16, 2010 13:31
1 Like #32
Woooo, roll on old style street parties all over the UK!
#33
vibeone
thesaint
A public holiday for the 2nd in line to the throne? Okay.


You can work then.



Lol,i don't think he knows the meaning of that word
[helper]#34
Adam2050
Have no interest in the suckling Royal family, shame really that our royal family is a powerless absorbtion on our society. Also a shame because prince William is a throughly bloody spiffingly nice bloke.
Has he landed his Chinook on your lawn then :p He may be okay but if the reports are true I don't think much of his "friends"

There were also reports some of William's friends would whisper "doors to manual" when Kate entered the room, in reference to her mother's past career as an air hostess.

Wonder how long it will be before the royal engagement tat starts appearing on sale. Expect this weeks Sundays will have special Royal Engagement specials/pull-outs




Edited By: gari189 on Nov 16, 2010 13:38
#35
gari189
Adam2050
Have no interest in the suckling Royal family, shame really that our royal family is a powerless absorbtion on our society. Also a shame because prince William is a throughly bloody spiffingly nice bloke.
Has he landed his Chinook on your lawn then :p He may be okay but if the reports are true I don't think much of his "friends" There were also reports some of William's friends would whisper "doors to manual" when Kate entered the room, in reference to her mother's past career as an air hostess.

Nah theres a bit of Diana's love of people in William, but the rest are bit of a bunch.
banned#36
hypnoticstate
I'm definitely a Royalist! It's part of our heritage and national pride. The money they bring in in tourism far outweighs their costs also.


I'm sure we'd still get tourists without them - the French seem to manage.

As for the wedding, nice that the Royal family is increasing the gene pool a bit. Can't see them being king or queen though. Surely as a country we've grown up from such childish things.
banned#37
Adam2050
gari189
Adam2050
Have no interest in the suckling Royal family, shame really that our royal family is a powerless absorbtion on our society. Also a shame because prince William is a throughly bloody spiffingly nice bloke.
Has he landed his Chinook on your lawn then :p He may be okay but if the reports are true I don't think much of his "friends" There were also reports some of William's friends would whisper "doors to manual" when Kate entered the room, in reference to her mother's past career as an air hostess.


Nah theres a bit of Diana's love of people in William, but the rest are bit of a bunch.


That must be awkward for his personal bodyguard.
#38
FilthAndFurry
Adam2050
gari189
Adam2050
Have no interest in the suckling Royal family, shame really that our royal family is a powerless absorbtion on our society. Also a shame because prince William is a throughly bloody spiffingly nice bloke.
Has he landed his Chinook on your lawn then :p He may be okay but if the reports are true I don't think much of his "friends" There were also reports some of William's friends would whisper "doors to manual" when Kate entered the room, in reference to her mother's past career as an air hostess.
Nah theres a bit of Diana's love of people in William, but the rest are bit of a bunch.
That must be awkward for his personal bodyguard.

Was wondering how long it would take you to come in with 'lowering statement'.
banned#39
Adam2050
FilthAndFurry
Adam2050
gari189
Adam2050
Have no interest in the suckling Royal family, shame really that our royal family is a powerless absorbtion on our society. Also a shame because prince William is a throughly bloody spiffingly nice bloke.
Has he landed his Chinook on your lawn then :p He may be okay but if the reports are true I don't think much of his "friends" There were also reports some of William's friends would whisper "doors to manual" when Kate entered the room, in reference to her mother's past career as an air hostess.
Nah theres a bit of Diana's love of people in William, but the rest are bit of a bunch.
That must be awkward for his personal bodyguard.


Was wondering how long it would take you to come in with 'lowering statement'.


You were wondering about little old me.....I'm blushing.
banned 1 Like #40
Predictable user is predictable.

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