Royal Wedding Updates!
Last night, the Lifetime movie premiered that depicted their nearly ten-year romance. In exactly ten days, we will all be able to witness what is likely to be a fairytale wedding.
Many are wondering if Kate Middleton will have to prove her virginity, like Princess Diana. In 1981, she had to be examined by the Queen's gynecologist. Awkward, huh? For the first time, The Palace has declined to comment on their preference of the bride's chastity. Unlike Charles and Diana, they lived together off and on during their ten year romance and, at the age of twenty-nine, I highly doubt she is a virgin.
Here is an explanation of the unwritten virginity rule:
"Why? Well, it used to matter. In old-timey times, kings didn't want to marry women who might be pregnant with a another man's baby. Could mess up the whole royal bloodline and whatnot. Best to have a virgin so that every forthcoming baby would, without a doubt, carry the royal DNA and, therefore, the right to the throne."
It is sure to be an interesting wedding, especially with guests such as Ellen DeGeneres and Elton John in attendance. Prince William, who popped the question in Kenya, has also stated that he will not wear a wedding ring.