The Royal Wedding of the Century steals the thunder from Alabama and even stormy Mid-East
Published April 30th, 2011 - 07:31 GMT
The flamboyant hats in the congregations almost took the attention away from the double stars of the show, Which Arab royals 'actually' attended, THAT balcony has now become notorious for its historic moments, and don't forget TEDxDeadSea today!
The hats seen in the congregation put up a good challenge to THAT dress in terms of mentions in the extensive coverage.
"here is my little input on the royal wedding. it was cute, she was gorgeous, loved the dress, blah blah blah, but the real show stoppers were the definite WTF 'hats' (i say hats loosely)"
The royal wedding Official guests list/ Which Arabs attended?
The list of attendees: "The list is long but i red marked and Bolded the Arab guests for easier following but i cant find prince alwaleed bin talal on the guest list …. did he crash the party ??!!!"
No King Abdullah and Queen Rania either.
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Though the Royal Wedding of the century was bound to out-do all possible threats to its spotlight- neither Mid-East revolutions nor vicious storms striking the South (USA) could steal the 'thunder' from this big day.. But storms in Alabama gave it a run for its money:
"What a strange news day it’s been today. I was a tad out of touch with it, but am poking around now to find odd goings on. For those who aren’t aware, terrible tornado-generating storms heavily hit much of the American South and East. My home state, Alabama, seems to have borne the brunt of it. While my family was, thankfully uninjured and relatively unscathed, many were not. Please pray with me for them. "