Royal wedding with kids!
My sons didn't get up for the Royal Wedding. Maybe it's a boy thing. I don't know. But Cam went to bed giggling with me over Will and Kate barf bags and throwing out questions like "Are there Will and Kate pajamas? Are there Will and Kate contact lenses?"
But some people's children will be able to answer where they were when The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were wed.
Epitomizing the little girl's view on the event, Star reporter Josh Rubin's 5-year-old daughter said wistfully: "I wish I could be a princess."
Carla Mawyin's daughter, 8, echoed that with "It must be exciting to turn into a princess!"
Maureen Dennis's 5-yr-old daughter nailed it when she asked, "Is this in real life?"
"MOTHER, it's not Kate," said Corinne McDermott's daughter Meg. "It's Princess Catherine."
One little girl was concerned for Kate's safety. "Why is there no seat belt in the car?" she asked her mom, @womenandwealth.
Rubbing their eyes and cuddling under blankets, children huddled to watch the 6 a.m. ceremonies.
Here Reid, age 6, watches the wedding while drinking a cup of tea. And not just from any old teacup. This is a commemorative cup from King George VI's coronation. Mom Barbara Dundas (@ottmomgo) snapped this photo.
Ella Smyth, 7, takes in the royal wedding with a special teacup brought out for the occasion by mom Kelly Smyth.
Nadine Silverthorne (@scarbiedoll) shared this pic of her sister and daughter snuggled up early in the morning.
And at Lianne Philipson-Webb's (@sproutright) house, breakfast for her eldest while younger daughter watched sleepily from the couch!
Displaying characteristic spunk, 2-year-old Maddy said "When I get bigger, I want to be a minister." When mom Mary Vallis replied, "You can be anything you want to be," she replied, "I want to be a sheep."
Nolan Smyth enjoyed the special Royal wedding breakfast prepared by his mom, photographer Kelly Smyth, who took this photo.
Carson Smyth, left, 3, has a show down with brother Carson and dog Marlow over just who will get the whipped cream from this strawberry.
Try as she might to get a scone, golden retriever Marlowe....
...had to make do with this cup of tea. At least it was in the good china, right?
Could anything have be more princess-dreams-come-true than being whisked away in open carriage pulled by white horses? At Shelley Somers's house, her daughter yelled out "Horsies!" at the sight.
McDermott's little son pointed at the TV and yelled "Hawse!" and "Neigh!"
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