I’m not. I thought I would be, but actually, I’ve realised I don’t care at all.
I think it’s actually all the hype. And the fact that they took sooooooo long to get around to it. Seriously, I think they have been together longer than Mr Dreamy and I, and we’ve been married five and a half years!
I barely even have any interest in Kate’s dress. Let’s face it, the girl is a boring dresser. Everything she wears is boring. Classy, tasteful, age appropriate, and boring. Her outfits aren’t exquisitely tasteful, they are boring and tasteful. They aren’t witty and clever and classy, they are boring and classy. And they aren’t striking and age appropriate or timeless and age appropriate, they are boring and age appropriate. Boring, boring, boring.
Gosh, I am a grim little miser this week aren’t I!
I guess the good thing about all her ensembles being so boring is that if her dress isn’t it will be all that much more exciting.
Anyway, while I am not at all excited about the royal weddings, I am very excited about weddings in general. After all they usually involve pretty, or at least distinctive dresses. And any excuse for pretty dresses is a good excuse.
So this week (and then some if I feel like it) is going to be all about weddings and wedding dresses. Royal wedding dresses, iconic wedding dresses, historical wedding dresses, and just plain drool-worthy wedding dresses. But I won’t be blogging about Kate’s dress unless she surprises us all and wears something that is actually interesting for once!
And I won’t be getting excited about the royal wedding. Unless the whole wedding party throws shoes at Wills and Kate as they leave the cathedral. Then I’ll get excited about the whole thing. Especially if one of the shoes is a darling pump circa 1906.