Cranston denies being wedding dress designer
You can add Sophie Cranston to the list of designers who insist they have nothing to do with Kate Middleton's wedding dress.
The Huffington Post's Yvonne Yorke had revealed earlier this week that Cranston (right), who had designed a dress that Middleton wore to a wedding in January, was the for-sure winner of the dress sweepstakes. Now, Cranston's label, Libélula, has issued a statement: ""For the purpose of clarification, we are not designing Kate Middleton's wedding dress. We, like everyone else, can't wait to find out who is."
So, back to square one presumably, although it's been standard practice lately for any designer mentioned as a candidate to deny deny deny. Someday, they will make good politicians.
The money is still on Sarah Burton of Alexander McQueen.
Video'Wedding Book' launched
Having discovered social media the royal family is hoping to wield their digital might with an onslaught of well-wishing messages from wedding watchers across the globe.
That, or they just want people to stop sending cards.
An official video "Wedding Book" was launched Tuesday on the royal's YouTube channel, inviting people around the world to upload congratulations videos for the couple.
So far, happy well wishers seem most impressed with the day off and opportunity to toast the newly weds (mulitple times).
But that hasn't stopped Clarence House from getting behind the initiative, posting a link to the video below on their Twitter feed Wednesday.