Even if I were invited, I wouldn't go. At work they were saying that if you are a guest you have to arrive by 9:00 so everyone is seated and ready when she walks down the aisle at 11:00?!
Everyone in the room said - forget that - who'd sit for two hours waiting for a bride to walk down the aisle?
Oh, if I were invited, aidan, I'd definitely go. It is an historic occasion, and I think it would be fun to glimpse the other attendees and see it all first hand. But I hate to think about the lines in the ladies restroom during that two hour wait.
One factor this time is the scepticism about the duration of British Royal marriages.
They do have an awful track record when it comes to marriage, don't they, fresco? But this couple have known each other for a long time (like 8 or 9 years), and they have been living together for some time, so hopefully, their relationship is solid and this union will last.
They certainly are a tall and attractive couple.
Some of the souvenirs are so tacky--everything from Pez dispensers, to tea bags, to condoms. But, I'm sure there are people scooping those things up as collectibles.