Well it’s finally here, the big day. Today two more people become citizens of the state of wedded bliss.
We finally get to see the dress, flowers and all the other general splendor.
Okay, let’s face it, odds are you’re reading this long after your 3 a.m. royal wedding extravaganza.
The aisle has been marched down several times, the bouquet has been thrown and now you’re dealing with the crash.
You may be asking yourself some tough questions:
- What do I do now?
- Was it worth all the time and preparation?
- What can I make with all these leftover crumpets and kidney pie?
- Why did I make kidney pie?
- When is Prince Harry getting married?
But don’t worry all you deflated Anglophiles out there. It’s going to be okay.
Good news, there is no shortage of British culture to fill the hole left by the royal wedding. Some suggestions:
- Masterpiece Theatre
- Harry Potter
- Elton John
- Jane Austen
So stop acting like a nutter, and step away from the telly. Grab your afternoon tea, and some incredibly stale crumpets, and soldier on.
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