Now that lunchtime's schmancy canapes and gâteaux opera have long since been washed down with nebuchadnezzars of bubbly and royal wedding guests have shaken their tasteful tail feathers all night long, what's to stop imbibers from being crowned by a king-sized hangover?
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have now returned the pomp and pageantry to Buckingham Palace for dinner and an after-party, where we can only hope the newlyweds and their closest friends and family are well on their way to Prince Harry's rumored "survivors' breakfast."
After months and months of planning, William and Catherine, now known as the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge respectively, are tucked away in Buckingham Palace with around 650 guests for a lunchtime reception hosted by Her Majesty the Queen.
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Blimey! With all the recent “I do” hullabaloo, it's a bit surreal that the royal nuptials are finally happening.
And because scrambling at four in the morning for party supplies sounds like a positively dodgy idea, we've enlisted our very own British expat to teach us colonials how to properly celebrate. Penny Bradley is the co-owner of LYON in New York City and, conveniently enough, Yorkshire-born.
Five Ways to Celebrate the Royal Wedding in True British Style: Penny Bradley
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