I told you time and again, she got all that stuff discount.
You think those kings and queens buy retail?
—Woody Allen’s character Ray in Small Time Crooks persuading his wife not to be impressed by Princess Diana’s wardrobe.
This coming Sunday Styles section features a profile of India Hicks, former bridesmaid to Princess Diana and commentator for the upcoming royal wedding.
This is the first in a series of videos the New York Times is running leading up to the April 29th royal wedding.
Today has been a lovely day in the annals of Royal Wedding swag: First curbed had this delicious link to a story about royal wedding souvenirs: wine glasses, t-shirts, plates. The list and photos go on and are not to be missed.
Then in the ranks of great successes: Nobel Prizes, Oscars, Lottery wins, Kate Middleton has scored an even more prestigious title: Haribo is designing a gummy candy in her honor. Apparently Miss Middleton likes Starmix and Tangfastics so much that Haribo designed royal candy called Hearts & Rings. This is candy I have to pick up when I’m in the UK
The Royal Wedding Spy’s friends on the 6th floor are also getting excited about the upcoming royal festivities. Their new blog features an interview with Julie Etchingham, co-producer of ITV News, who has interviewed the lovely princes and has been preparing for their upcoming coverage.
The Royal Wedding Spy keeps wondering how could Kanye West make the guest list by not Aunt Sarah (a k a Fergie)? Inquiring Royal Wedding Spies want to know!
The Royal Wedding Spy is delighted that William and Cate launched today their royal wedding website. It’s delicious, absolutely delicious - with all of the details of the procession, service and reception laid out. Finally the royal family is heeding the appetite of the masses for royal wedding gossip! http://www.officialroyalwedding2011.org/
Grandma Wales appears to be playing a major part in the guest list for the upcoming royal wedding. A Huffington Post article shows that the guest list includes far more kings and queens from around the world than princes and princesses. That’s going to create more memorization for Ms. Middleton keeping track of guests - will it be flash cards that she memorizes faces and names? Will it be a royal advisor whispering into her ear during the receiving line? Ms. Middleton has some homework to do in her final single days!
The delicious debates continue for the royal wedding spy as she pours over which next of kin has been chosen to join the bridal party? where to hold the royal bachelor bash? what do we do about inviting Fergie? This week my colleagues have been exploring the merits of a dowdy old crown of jewels or perhaps something more stylish!