Prince William of Britain is engaged to his longtime girlfriend, lowly commoner Kate Middleton. William reportedly proposed to Middleton during a Kenyan safari in October. On Twitter, reaction to the coupling was mixed.
Slate's Annie Lowrey was just excited to see royals be royals
The Washington Post's Ezra Klein didn't understand what all the fuss was about
What's a "royal" ? Is it on Facebook?
Yahoo's Chris Lehmann wondered how the wedding would reshape the balance of power in southern France
So what part of Aquitaine is Kate Middleton surrendering to the British Crown, exactly?
National Journal's Matthew Cooper pondered an inevitable scenario
When will there be a royal gay wedding? Predictions? #royalwedding
Mediaite's Rachel Sklar took offense at people calling a commoner a commoner
I'm a little over all this "commoner" talk re: Kate Middleton.
A British guy finding true love wasn't enough to rouse Slate's Jacob Weisberg and Jezebel founder Anna Holmes
I care about royals even less than I care about celebrities.
Finding it difficult to care about the British royals. Or event weddings.
Politico's Patrick Gavin speculated on the mood at NBC
So is Matt Lauer pissed/happy that Prince William engagement happened after Prince Charles interview shot?
Slate's Jack Shafer hoped this one turns out better than the royal family's last big shindig