T’was the Night Before The Royal Wedding

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Much of the world is buzzing with Royal Wedding reports as Prince Harry and Meghan Markle set to marry tomorrow.  Every where I turn, I see segments on what to serve tomorrow in order to eat and drink like the royals, what to wear to a royal wedding and so on.  It’s big news that Prince Charles will walk the bride down the aisle in light of the fact that her father won’t attend.

Meghan Markle to wed

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I’ll be attending CTV’s Royal Wedding viewing party in Toronto to help commence the festivities.  I’m basically going to support my bestie Rebecca Wise, who runs an event company called Event Wise and does a lot of The Social’s party planning segments.  She’s in the thick of Royal Wedding news.

Family Travel Guide, Rebecca Wise

Rebecca Wise of Eventwise.ca Image c/o/ twitter.com

I’m actually not that up to date with it all. Sure, I’m as familiar as anyone with who the bride and groom are and when they’re set to wed.  I know all about the royal family and followed closely when Kate and William wed.  But, I haven’t gotten caught up in the lead-up this time around.  There’s no other reason besides work and my kids.  For the last royal wedding, I had a lot more time on my hands so it was super exciting to attend a viewing party and dress the part.

Tomorrow, I’ll dress the part and set my alarm clock for 4:30am.  I’m driving into Toronto with a neighbour and we’ve both shopped for a festive dresses.

Have you followed much of Meghan and Harry’s court ship?  Did you find yourself more invested in Kate and William?  I’m curious if this is a common trend…is the monarchy slowly losing public interest?

A lot of people think it’s time to lay it all to rest, but I do enjoy the modernization of the Monarchy’s rules, I like watching the kids pair up, have their own families etc.

Happy Friday to all!  Enjoy the long weekend!


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