In a world awash with anger, grief and insecurity, the ebullient poise and confident smile of Kate Middleton were stunning to see, and something that mothers can point their daughters towards and fathers can remind their sons that this is what makes a man -- when he can share life with an equal who will in her marvelous reflection make him more than he ever thought himself capable of being. She has in this ceremony said more for women than anyone I can recall in my life. May God bless a young girl who loaned a tottering kingdom the boundless strength and wealth of her grace. She is already . . . truly an inspiring queen.
Woofs, I hope your post is tongue-in-cheek. In this day and age, any "royalty" or "monarchy" is a slap in the face to free people and thinking people. It's as if they're saying, "The middle ages were a much better time and place to be. Bow down before us"
Someday the world will be rid of these in-bred parasites and will no longer feel the need to support them or to follow them, vicariously.