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April 29, 2011

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I think the princess fantasy/fascination has bigger roots than Disney animation. But perhaps some of the fascination with Catherine and William is not about royalty per se, but about two people seeming to have found true love (against long odds) even IF you are a royal. Marrying for love? In that family, one that seems to have a problem with either recognizing or sustaining the "real thing," now that is something to celebrate.

Meanwhile, best part of the ceremony: The eloquent, on-target and very moving and real homily by the Bishop of London. Lovely.


Good luck, Catherine and William. In that family, you will need it.

Gemmond - well said, and I agree. I wasn't going to tune in to this, but did, and got drawn in.

I didnt think I cared but I got sucked in..we have watched him grow up and only want happiness for him.

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