Hunger Strikes, Miracle Jelly Beans: 10 Craziest Moments of Royal Wedding Frenzy

As the clock ticks down to Will and Kate's big day, we present a roundup of some of the wackiest moments of the ensuing madness. Royal Wedding barf bag, anyone?
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Hunger Strikes and Miracle Jelly Beans: The 10 Craziest Moments of Royal Wedding Frenzy Yet

 As the clock ticks down to Will and Kate’s big day, we present a roundup of some of the wackiest moments of the ensuing madness. Will and Kate manicure, anyone?

-April Daniels Hussar

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Royal Wedding mania

Over 2 billion people are expected to tune in to the Royal Wedding, and the world is eagerly hanging on every detail surrounding the big event (Beer banned from the reception! 10,000 canapés ordered! David Beckham will indeed attend!), and we can’t even imagine the media frenzy that will ensue when Kate Middleton’s wedding dress designer is finally revealed! Speaking of frenzy, at the time of this writing, a Google search for “Royal Wedding Frenzy” returns 1,650,000 results … here are 10 of our favorite moments of madness so far.

1. The Miraculous Jelly Bean.

Kate Middleton jelly bean

Wesley Hosie, 25, said he was digging into a stash of jelly beans from The Jelly Bean Factory with his girlfriend Jessica White when … suddenly … a vision of Kate Middleton appeared amongst the myriad flavors!

“As Jessica opened the jar, I saw her immediately,” Hosie told The Daily Telegraph of Kate’s jelly bean doppleganger (mango-flavored, if you must know). “She was literally lying there staring back at me.”

And what a vision it was … the newspaper describes the sweet treat thus: “The bean, of red and gold, has an opalescent beauty, like some piece of ancient amber.”

And where is the miraculous, opalescent thing of beauty headed next? Why, eBay, of course! Starting bid? £500.

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2. This AP Headline: “Mexican Hunger-Striker Wins a Royal Wedding Trip”

MEXICO CITY – A fairy tale has come true for a poor Mexican teenager who spent 16 days on a hunger strike hoping to wrangle an invitation to Britain’s royal wedding. Touched by her attempt, a good Samaritan put up the airfare to London, where she hopes to at least watch the festivities from outside Westminster Abbey. (Via Shine.Yahoo)

Words fail.

3. Even Reese Witherspoon has Royal Wedding Mania!

Reese Witherspoon confessed to Ellen Degeneres that she actually invited Will and Kate to her wedding in hopes that they’d return the favor. Then Reese told Ellen she was more excited about the Royal Big Day than her own recent nuptials. No offence, Jim Toth!

4. There’s an app for that.

HELLO Royal Wedding App

According to the Washington Post,  there are now 20 apps available for the Royal Wedding Obsessed. Some of the best: The HELLO! magazine app  (complete with “a timeline of the couple’s love story”), the Alarm Royale (“Royal Wedding Alarm Clock, Facts & Countdown Timer!” ) and of course, the one where you can dress Prince William in a wedding gown.

5. Butter London’s “No More Waity, Katie” nail polish … and lip gloss!

Butter London No More Waity Katie

There’s a plethora of Will and Kate merchandise, but my personal favorite is this lovely set from Butter London that pay homage to Kate Middleton’s long “wait” for her prince to pop the question. The nail polish is “a soft, elegant greige shade with a splash of glitter” and the gloss? “A soft, sheer lavender … with tiny flecks of lilac glitter. Makes lips look noticeably fuller and the gloss griege finish is utterly unique.”

Too true!

Of course, if “greige” is a little understated for you, you could always get a set of William and Kate nail decals

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9 thoughts on “Hunger Strikes, Miracle Jelly Beans: 10 Craziest Moments of Royal Wedding Frenzy

  1. The throw up bags are hilarious! I think the products like the nail polish and lip gloss are cute… and the Dunkin Donuts idea is ok… but an 80 hour etch-a-sketch portrait? Her face in a jelly bean? C’mon people!

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