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Carolyn Sauer
Carolyn Sauer • 3 years ago

Really interesting article on MSN Money about "Your wedding vs. the Royal Wedding" The gala event for Prince William and Kate Middleton demands perfection -- and that costs big bucks (or, as the British would say, a lot of pounds).

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