After a somewhat frightening flight, Lav and I finally made it to watch the royals tie the knot. You wouldn’t believe how crowded that place was. I guess no one knew what time the nuptials were, because some of those Englishites stayed outside the church all night waiting for the wedding to get started. Lav and I barely made it. We didn’t even have time to change which was okay because we forgot our gowns, anyway. I’m sorry to say we fell asleep before Prince Charles walked Meghan down the aisle. We missed the whole thing.
Good thing our crack-up reporters were all there. We’ll get a full report when we meet up with them later today.
PG hooked up with Queen E. just as she was getting out of the car at the church. Unfortunately, she forgot Prince Philip back at the palace and they had to jump back in the car to go get him. She told PG forgetting Philip was worse than forgetting her pocketbook, although between them, they don’t have two nickels to rub together.
At the last minute, KK pulled up in a van filled with her own flowers leftover from Mother’s Day…..”WAIT!” She yelled!
After the nuptials were over, Yram took a ride with the bride and groom in the carriage. Doesn’t the Duchess look surprised to see Yram in the backseat?
When they got to the tea and crumpets, guess who was serving the cake? Miss Patricia said they got twitterpated with her for cutting the pieces too big. Good thing she brought along some of her delish brownies. Those Englishites are tight with the edibles.
By the time Lav and I woke up, we had to go in search of a bathroom. The only one we saw had a guard guy standing in front of it. We tried to tell him we really needed to use the facilities, but he wouldn’t even talk to us. I don’t think those Royal Guards know how to speak United States.
Woops…wrong picture…Those girls were ahead of us. We were so happy to finally find an unguarded chamber throne.
So, when it was all said and done, everybody had a lovely time. We got a royal sendoff and Lav even snagged an awkward Cam hat.
We managed to catch up with those same high flying pilots who got us pretty close to home.
Hope you enjoyed our accounting of the events. We told Queen E you all said hey. She invited everyone to Charles’ 70th birthday, but Lav and I are busy that day.