A friend sent me this picture montage from the recent wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton and it truly is priceless. I don’t pretend to be an expert on British military matters, so I don’t know if Wills is wearing an official regimental uniform or whether it’s just one of those flashy red serge and gold braid outfits that princes have hanging around, but the amount of detail that is matched by the Disney animators – fantastic. And Waity Katy’s (though I guess now she’s a princess and not waiting anymore, so we have to call her Katherine) dress is an incredible match to the Disney princesses. And he’s blond and she’s brunette, just like in the Disney movie. Hmmm, the only reasonable explanation I can come up with is that Wills and Kate have some sort of secret, Disney fantasy life . . .now there’s a thought. Can’t you see them as Pocahontas and John, or maybe the Little Mermaid? Ahhhh, doesn’t it just make you wonder 🙂
And it was so lovely of the Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie to go along with the fantasy role-playing – but did they realize they were cast as the ugly step sisters? The colour matched dresses, the hats, the hair and the faces . . oh wait, that was just plain mean. But really, the detail is incredible!
It could be that the British royals revel in their uncoolness, that being so unhip makes them, well, super hip. But I don’t think so, I don’t think they have enough imagination. They just have inbred (pun intended) bad taste and somewhat unfortunate looks . . .though at least Wills and Kate are a lovely young couple, so maybe there is hope yet for the Royal gene pool. Though, now that I think of it, thank everything that is good and great that Charles married Lady Di and had two handsome sons with her, she was a great improvement to the stock of the House of Windsor.
Can you just imagine what the fruit of Charles and Camilla’s loins would have looked like. It makes me shudder just to imagine.
There is really only one song that can go along with this little post – it has to be the Sex Pistols “God Save the Queen”. Now ain’t they a lovely bunch.