Monday, April 30, 2012

Jolly Good Show

My mom watches stuff like this and it makes me want to kill myself. Wedding related programming. Worth millions without ever working a day in their lives. And everybody is so happy for them, watching this crap and buying commemorative mugs. You know how you get Kate Middleton's signature glow? You make millions of dollars without ever working a day in your life. That gives you a glow. I'm so glad they are happy. It must be tough to be happy with all of their struggles. Having to navigate through their mansion without tripping over piles of cash and gold. Brutal. At least in the old days sometimes the queen would get her head chopped off. Now it's just boh-ring. Grrrrrr.
Prince William and wife Kate looked lovely again today as they attended a reception in London to celebrate the Scott-Amundsen Centenary Race to the South Pole, in support of The Royal British Legion. The royal couple will celebrate their first wedding anniversary on Sunday and it's expected to be private and low key. But a palace spokesman said today the two will get together with friends "who have a celebration" planned for the night before. Even though it's unclear exactly how the duke and duchess will celebrate, we do know that others are taking advantage of the happy occasion. Tetley tea is honoring the special day by offering a year's supply of Tetley tea to married couples with the names William and Kate. Whether they are Billy and Katie, Will and Katherine, or Wills and Kit, if the two legal first names are traditionally accepted versions of William and Catherine, they will be eligible to receive the prize. Guandong Enterprises is selling a special anniversary mug. Good Morning America's Deals and Steals honcho Tory Johnson announced special deals this morning to help "give you Kate Middleton's signature glow." TLC plans to air a special weekend of wedding-related programming. And E! has announced Giuliana Rancic will host a special, Kate & Will: Happily Ever After, premiering on Friday at 9 p.m. ET/PT.
[USA Today]

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