I’ve been pretty tied up lately finishing my bachelor’s degree (!!!) so I haven’t been able to focus on much but homework. Luckily, I worked ahead on all my final papers so I could take time off from school & watch the Royal Wedding today.
First, I just have to say that I would be Kate Middleton if I could. That girl is so gorgeous and classy, and I am so thrilled for her & Prince William. (And that DRESS! Stunning. Absolutely beautiful.) My fascination with being a princess reached its peak today, even though she’s technically a Duchess. (Whatever. You know everyone’s going to think of her as a princess even if that’s not her official title. She married a PRINCE, for goodness’s sake.)
Anyway, aside from being a royal fangirl all morning (I got up at 5 a.m. to watch the historic event) I was also tracking the use of social media during the couple’s big day. This wedding was the first to truly utilize all sorts of media, and I think it’s great that the Royal Family decided to embrace new media and make every aspect of the wedding more transparent for those watching around the world. Continue reading