I have a hohum approach to the wedding. One, often I am not a fan of weddings. Some are lovely and meaningful, but often times they are just a big show. Weddings are often more about the big dress, the guest lists, the bouquets, and invitations. Often times the idea of life-long commitment, and the solemnity of the event get forgotten. Two, royal weddings give common brides and grooms unrealistic expectations for their weddings. Statistics show that the average amount spent on a wedding increases dramatically after a royal wedding as people try to emulate the princes and princesses. And with the average wedding in Australia costing over $50,000 now, I wonder how much more common couples can afford? Surely the million plus pounds spend on this one day could be spent on more needy causes. How many hungry people could be fed instead of celebrating one special day for one well known couple? Three, Prince Harry will almost assuredly never be King and I never watched Suits so I don't really know much about Megan Markle either. Four, I am not sure how the traditional monarchy really fits in to life in the the 21st century.