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I realize I’m a bit late in addressing the Royal Wedding, but I have a good excuse:
We really couldn’t have cared less about it.
What could our little Michigan wedding have in common with Kate and William’s? Besides the paparazzi being highly interested in both (obviously)?
In fact, the more people commented to me about the pair’s nuptials as if I should be especially interested in them, the less interested I became. Yes, Mike and I are the same age as William and Kate. We are also getting married. To my knowledge, however, no tourist shops are offering tins of celebratory biscuits with our faces on them. Seven thousand journalists are about as likely to turn up to our wedding as we are likely to spend $50 million on it.