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But I'm happy for them, but Kate is quite uncomfortable in front of the press.
It's funny, I was wondering last week if they were going to get engaged any time soon. I thought William was a bit older than he is, though, and thought he might come under serious pressure once he reached 30.
Happy? I'm apathetic, as I am about monarchy in general, but I heard today that there may be a bank holiday in honour of the royal wedding so I'm not complaining.
I'd like Bill and Kath (which is what I intend to call them henceforth) to get spliced in, oh let's say, Guildford Register Office. Or on top of a hill on Sark. Or something.
I'm not sure it's up (or down) there with the majority of celebrity culture, since the royal family arguably have a legitimate reason to be in the public eye. They're a far cry from the pointlessly-famous Big Brother contestant or the long-has-beens on I Was Famous Once And I'm So Desperate I'll Eat Worms On Primetime TV. I'm not exactly what you would call a monarchist but I think the work done by the royal family is essentially respectable enough.
Not sure where I stand on actually watching it, though, although must admit I'm interested in the girly stuff like her dress.
Couldn't agree more though I'm a monarchist because it seems to be working rather than for anything to do with political theory. The Duke of Edinburgh is going to give up most public tasks soon but as he'll be 90 next year he's served us well. And the Queen is no spring chicken either. And although I don't agree with all that Charles says I do think he has a sense of service to the people. I think of the alternative as a presidency under Tony Blair with the wretched Cherie as First "Lady".
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