Post # 1
Royalty glamour was missing……No glitz! the tiara was made for a little girl. the bouquet was that made for a child.the earrings were dangling and looked very casual. The dress was simple and plain.No double ring ceremony. I didnt like the red military army uniform-too Red!The queen’s canary color yellow did nothing for her complexion. It was a wedding you could have seen in the states anywhere. No glitz and glamour…too simple too plain…Apparently you will always be a commoner Kate! She will NEVER be even CLOSE to Diana…THE REAL PEOPLES PRINCESS!
Post # 3
Wow you sound so angry. Its just a wedding.
Post # 4
This is your first post? Uh….welcome…?
Post # 5
uhhh…did you make an account just to post this? lol.
Post # 6
I thought Kate looked absolutely beautiful, and William was in handsome traditional garb.
“Glitz” is not a synonym for beautiful.
Post # 7
You call a vintage Cartier tiara “made for a little girl”?
Glitz is for pageants, not for a royal.
Lol- thanks for the giggle though : )
Post # 8
I thought it was endearing that Kate held fast to her identity and tastes in choosing her bridal attire.
Post # 9
You know guys, if this is a troll they aren’t very original. There have already been dozens of threads dedicated to the tearing down of the newest royal.
ETA: See my rant here.
Post # 10
@MissHoneyBun: read your rant. Couldn’t have put it any better!!
Post # 12
The new troll was obvious and unoriginal. Her prose was uninspired and she sounded more childish than the tiara she loathed so vehemently.
Post # 13
haha this is funny….what did you expect diamonds for confetti?
The only part I agree with is the bouquet….otherwise everything was glamorous, sophisticated and beautiful
Post # 14
When did WB become a site for trolling? Bleh.
Post # 15
Hmmm. It was a wedding not prom… I liked it. I loved the tiara and I loved that is was her something borrowed. I didn’t really like the bouquet either though. The detailign on the dress is only visable in some pictures, but when you can really see the details on the hem of the shirt it is really gourgeous.
Post # 16
@alaiyo:I loved her bouquet! Classic and beautiful, and very symbolic. Also, I love that part of it was used from stems from a myrtle planted by Queen Victoria. I think that it was simple and special, much better than just buying some big, trendy bouquet that would take attention away from her.