Perhaps it's because for a change it's about something nice happening to nice people.
There is a natural feel good factor that surrounds weddings, and Royal Weddings seem to capture that and spread the nice warm feeling around the World.
But don't worry about it.... I'm sure half the World's Media attention is only there hoping that something nasty will happen so they have something for their front pages over the weekend.
By Monday all will be over and the world can get back to reality once more covering the land in Blood and Body Bags.
Its all about making money, advertisers and the media need the latest gossip to keep the payroll running. The more viewers they can get the more money they can make from advertisers.
And it helps that they are a cute couple.
It is to keep us distracted from what is really going on in the world. It is the old bait and switch. By having spectacle for us to get lost in, it prevents us from realizing how much we are being screwed.
... Because William is highly likely to be King one day...
It is hard to evade though and can become boring.
Its a disgrace.
Do you see people camping out days before waiting to get a good spot of soldiers home coming parades?
But people camp out to cheer on people they dont know, people that never help them, people that mean nothing to them, people that make no difference in the world or your world to benefit you or society.
People make me sick, makes me ashamed to be British.
by hannah08 7 years ago
I know that some are not interested about the upcoming Royal wedding and some are just being discreet not wanting to show what seems to be everyone's interest lately but silently updating themselves to the topic.From different part of the globe people are talking about this Royal wedding and I want...
by rafken 7 years ago
Should the British tax payer pay for the upcoming Royal Wedding?Prince William and Kate Middleton will get married next year. Should the tax payer, pay for all of it, some of it or none of it?
by C.J. Wright 8 years ago
Interesting. The official word is that since William is not an heir to the throne, the wedding is not a state event. Therefore invitations to heads of state are NOT required. However Obama has made some odd comments and gestures towards the UK and the Palace during his presidency. Your...
by BlissfulWriter 7 years ago
Are you planning to watch the royal wedding?
by And Drewson 7 years ago
Maybe it's because I'm from the US, but I just don't see the importance of royal weddings.Do you care about the royal wedding that is coming up?
by Sue B. 6 years ago
Anyone else think this is the funniest picture yet related to the royal wedding?This picture was forwarded to me via email.
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