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The invitations to Prince William and Kate Middleton's wedding on April 29th went out weeks ago, and now, with little more than a month to go before the big day, the guests are sending in their RSVPs. For most of us, it's pretty much impossible to fathom NOT going to the royal wedding if we found an invitation in our mailbox. But most of us aren't royalty, and royal invitations, even to weddings, aren't all good cheer and well wishes. Politics are still politics, and some guests have their own agendas to attend to. And then, of course, some have countries to run! Check out this slide show on The Huffington Post to find out who's gonna make it and who's gonna pass (and why).

From The Huffington Post:

Royal Guests At The Royal Wedding -- Who's IN And Who's OUT For Prince William And Catherine's Nuptials




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  • Mike

    My only comment is" Who gives a rat's ass?

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  • alice

    That was ugly comment.if u do not care just ignore it.

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