How is Kate Middleton spending her days?

So it’s been confirmed that Kate Middleton has indeed given up work to concentrate on her wedding - or the wedding - full time, thus benefitting from a significant promotion from Project Manager of her family-run party accessories business to Project Manager of the biggest social event in UK history, nay the world, in three decades. Her employees have risen from a staff of eight at Party Pieces to no doubt knocking 1000. But with a budget that avoids the need to wrangle over the house white versus the Pinot at £2 more per head, what has been taking up her time?

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So it’s been confirmed that Kate Middleton has indeed given up work to concentrate on her wedding - or the wedding - full time, thus benefitting from a significant promotion from Project Manager of her family-run party accessories business to Project Manager of the biggest social event in UK history, nay the world, in three decades. Her employees have risen from a staff of eight at Party Pieces to no doubt knocking 1000. But with a budget that avoids the need to wrangle over the house white versus the Pinot at £2 more per head, what has been taking up her time?

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Bridal magazines love to throw in a supplement giving you a blow by blow account of what you should be doing each month in the run up to your wedding. This makes for agonising reading as you realise how far behind you are and just how skewed are your priorities.

This from an online monthly planner;

10 -12 months to go

Set a date, book venues, caterers, florist, photographer, videographer, DJ, arrange food tasting, choose wedding colours, book wedding insurance, send save the date cards

8-10 months to go

Choose dress, meet with cake maker, plan honeymoon, arrange favours

4-6 months to go

Book wedding transportation, rehearsal dinner, buy wedding bands, book beauty treatments, order stationery,

2-3 months to go

Think about wedding hair, plan hen

I’m currently sitting in the 10-12 months to go camp and so far I’ve done, in order;

Appoint hen organisers and get wildly excited by a weekend away

Speak to hairdresser and plan the hair strategy

Meet with beautician to talk about getting clear skin for the big day

Try on a dress

Book the vicar

See some venues

Kate, if you have someone spare I could really use some help getting the big stuff out of the way...

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