Wonkie feels it is time to take a welcome departure from the madness surrounding the Malema hate speech trial in South Africa. And departure too, for that matter, from the raft of other negative news splashing about the world over the last few months. Join Wonkie in marching forward to discuss an affair of regal importance – the Royal Wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton.
English newsreaders around the world breathed a sigh of relief this week. There will be at least a few days this year where they need not concentrate on pronouncing the name of a peculiar Arab leader about to ousted, a strange Japanese nuclear power plant, or some deranged African leader unhappy with his country’s election results. It’s so much easier to say Kate and William than Gbagbababogo.
Fortunately, the Royals in the UK have not wreaked havoc in their country, as much as say, the good king of Swaziland has in his. Still, there is a fair amount of anti-monarchy protest that can be expected over the next week. All-in-all, it is likely to be an event to remember for many. Wonkie fondly recalls getting a whole day off school when Prince Charles married Lady Diana on 29 July 1981.
As the guest list for the Royal Wedding has not been publicised as yet by Clarence House, the news over the last couple of days has been flooded with speculation around who might be attending. Wonkie believes both Muammar Gaddafi and Robert Mugabe are still waiting anxiously for their pale brown envelopes. Posh and Becks, and Sir Elton John, on the other hand, have been spared the pains of the African postal service – they will certainly be attending, as will James Blunt who will play the church organ at the ceremony.
The Royal Wedding will take place at Westminster Abbey on the 29th April 2011 at 11h00. Sadly, Wonkie’s royal invitation was misplaced whilst doing some charity work with the homeless orphans of inner London – if you, by any chance, have come across a pale brown envelope stating the below, then please forward it right away.
The Lord Chamberlain is commanded by the Queen to invite Wonkie to the marriage of His Royal Highness Prince William of Wales, K.G. with Miss Catherine Middleton at Westminster Abbey on Friday, 29th April, 2011 at 11.00 a.m.
Sincerely, a royal farce or not, Wonkie wishes Prince William and Kate Middleton a memorable wedding and all the very best for the future.
PS: South Africans wishing to attend the wedding ceremony should urgently contact Co-operative Governance Minister Sicelo Shiceka. He can allegedly organise amazing stuff that nobody else can dream of from public funds.
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