0 thoughts on “Prince William and Kate Send Out Save-the-Date Faxes?!

  1. The faxes were diplomatic notification that an invitation is forthcoming for a particular event on a particular date. It’s been standard procedure in diplomatic circles for decades, although before the electronic age the notice was sent by wire. The characterization by a spokesperson for the defunct Greek royal family was…unfortunate.

  2. In the grand scheme of things, who really gives a rat’s ass how they did it? I think it’s kinda great that they don’t feel like they have to do everything “just so”. Like a former Princess…his mom, Diana.

  3. What’s interesting about the diplomatic notification of the date was that it provided advance warning to those who were to be excluded. It softened the blow and gave them time to make up a (seemingly) plausible reason for “declining” an invitation that wasn’t simply “lost in the mail”.

  4. The U.S is not the only country in economic crisis. So is England. So if they can save money by faxing their save-the-date then so be it. Smart future King…Stop hating on them people.

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