Thursday, April 28, 2011

ROYAL WEDDINGS and Richard Armitage

Choosing just the right fascinator to wear can paralyze a man when he's trying to get ready...

Of the many fine qualities possessed by the Royal Family, including shooting at innocent foxes and nice hat choices, they do know how to throw a wedding...




OK, that was just silly. Anyway, the wedding was gorgeous, the gowns were gorgeous, the hats were..the gowns were gorgeous. I don't mind the hats but really some of these women should wash their hair before putting on the hat, or at least comb it. The hair not the hat.

Princess Beatrice or Eugenie or whatever her name in was wearing a toilet seat lid and what is with Posh Spice? Is she a Stepford Wife or something - no buns at home in the brainpan, hat evidently stapled directly into head, not enough shrimps on the barbie (wrong country, I know). Victoria - get an emotion, somewhere, something. Her feelings run the gamut from A to A.

Elton John - a few too many Krispie Kremes for that fellow but his partner looks nice - bewildered but nice. Elton reminds me of the old George Cruikshank caricatures of the Regency.

I want Pippa and Harry to fall in love and marry and although I know Harry is going down the same wild path as his uncle Andrew or any other rich young aristocrat I have hopes that he'll straighten out, marry Pippa and have a Nora Roberts ending.

OK, OK, I know this is horrid but I just had to post it. Poor little girl next to them. Must be very noisy...


LucyParker said...

What, oh, what is Kate doing in the bottom picture?? Best wedding pic ever!

She was a beautiful bride, and now I'm glad it's over. On to RL where she'll just be dowdy ol' Mrs. Prince William.

I'm embarrassed for Fergie's daughters. They're trying too hard and getting it horribly wrong. Is this because of their female role model or a lack of one? Posh is 7 mos. preggers and showed her dismay at the 7 pounds she's put on.

The lovely RA picture, with his dyed hair, capped teeth, and waxed torso, shines out from all the blog tiles on my desktop. The rest of him is real, I think. My latest Sir Guy action figure eBay bids reached $30 before I quit. At this rate, if I save my $, I can buy the real thing.

Karen Wasylowski said...

I love this picture - am I evil or what? I also loved that little girl with her hands over her ears - what a crabby looking little child - she was the only thing that kept it from looking like a bunch of plastic dolls lined up.

LucyParker said...

Sharing my RA moment with you. I did it! I successfully bid on a Guy of Gisborne 5" action figure! I've been faithfully bidding on them but have always lost out at the last minute because I wasn't available at the ungodly hour the bidding closed. The Sir Guy before this one sold for $85! No way did I pay that much, but I should confess that I wasn't paying attention, thinking I wasn't going to get it anyway, and didn't notice the bid was in euros or sixpences or something. Anyway, he's winging his way to me from somewhere in England. I wonder if his clothes come off? Ken always disappointed me that way. I will let you hold him when I come to FL this summer. He will sweep your Jane Austen figure off her feet!

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