Because let's face it--this is all that really matters today when it comes to the topic of weddings.
Already 2 billion people have watched footage. Yes, 1/3 of the world population.
Kate's dress was of course amazing. I've been hearing the word "understated" tossed around quite a bit but I'd like to think that the Duchess is merely sensible, classy, and my favorite: timeless. The simplicity will never cause no one to ever look back and think "What was she thinking?!" Because if we're all honest with ourselves, that's what we'd say about Princess Diana's poofy shoulders. But that's something we'd never say of Princess Grace Kelly. I feel like after half a century we'll have a truely classy princess once again.
As customary, she had a long train, but not so long that it required a troop of girl scouts to carry it--only her sister Pippa. And of course Pippa looked absolutely lovely too in her thematically matching Alexander McQueen dress.
I loved the lace bodice that Kate wore in order to meet the Abbey's requirements. It was subtle and beautiful. Sigh. And can we talk about the hair? Half-up, half-down in an effort to exhibit her own style as well as appease her new royal fam. I don't envy her the sacrifices she has to make for the sake of appearances and tradition. But she is certainly doing a fantastic job of making the best of it.