There are some differences though... Cate Middleton did her own make-up and Kim K. didn't. So, one really is from the royalty and one isn't.
First Things First: The Dress
Vera Wang is your best friend, we get it. You had 3 custom-made Vera Wangs worth about $20,000 each for free.
So far, we only have a glimpse of the top bodice of the first one (courtesy of E!), because People Magazine paid $1.5 million for the exclusive pictures. (I was trying to come up with that money, but People Mag jumped ahead of me.)
Verdict? S.S.S. Same strapless sh·t! We see that on "Say Yes to the Dress" every day. Blah!
Kim: The Armenian Princess
Didn't she look like one? It was the headpiece!
Flawless! Not surprising. Her face is always the one thing that's perfect in this girl.
However, if I had a lady doing my eyebrows with that kind of equipment, I'd look pretty damn flawless, too.
Bridesmaids in White
I raved about Cate Middleton's down-to-earth decision of having Pippa wear white and stealing her thunder.
I wasn't expecting the definition of center of attention (Kim Kardashian) to do the same. From now on, expect every wedding to feature bridesmaids in white. Pippa is a trendsetter.
Not so great
1. Didn't Kim spend the past months training with Tracy Anderson to tone up for the big day? Maybe she spent too much time cake-tasting, because her top body needed a bit more work
2. The wedding festivities ended at around 1:30 am after the neighbors complained of loud noise. Lame! Part of that $30-million budget should have gone towards bribing the neighbors to shut up... or bribing the authorities to go away.
3. Bruce Jenner's idea of formal attire shouldn't include diamond stud earrings. (I love him, though)
4. See how I didn't mention Kris Humphries once? He better get used to that. I'm sure it's included in his contract somewhere.
It's Official: Kris Humphries is now Mr. Kris Kardashian
Whenever Kim K's 45 minutes of fame are up, mamma
Jokes aside... I was very happy to be front-row, as you can see in this picture.