While the Royal Wedding is of mild interest to us, there is such a deluge of information -- from gossipy hearsay to mundane details -- dominating the Internet, that it feels that we should, as at least a courtesy, talk about it a bit:
A new, black and white photo of the couple -- looking quite amicable -- shot by Mario Testino was released (above)
Yes, this is the the most exciting Royal Wedding since Prince Charles married Diana back in 1981, watched by more than 750 million people. But thanks to social media networks like Twitter, Facebook and Tumblr, many more people are expected to participate in some capacity, regardless of whether or not they watch the actual ceremony.
But despite the unavoidable explosion of recent technological advances, the Queen Mum still sent the "Save the Dates" via fax.
Despite the fact that ever since the engagement was announced, media outlets far and wide have had a voracious need to know who is designing Kate Middleton's wedding dress, it still remains publicly unknown as to who the designer is.
While the guest list includescelebrities like David and Victoria Beckham, Sir Elton John, Kanye West, Joss Stone, Mario Testino and Guy Ritchie, the Obamas, former Prime Minister Tony Blair, France's President Nicholas Sarkosy and his wife Carla Bruni-Sarkosy and Sarah Ferguson, the Duchess of York were all snubbed.
Contrary to the rumors, Beyonce Knowles' rep confirmed that she would not be performing at the wedding.
There are loads of tasteless memorabilia being produced to capitalize off the couple's nuptials.