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Prince William should have honoured his prior commitment

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PinkJeggings Fri 15-Dec-17 14:21:21

Not impressed!!

CheapSausagesAndSpam Fri 15-Dec-17 14:22:04

What are you blethering about?

MadForlt Fri 15-Dec-17 14:22:16

Umm. No idea. What are you on about?

TacoFlavouredKisses Fri 15-Dec-17 14:22:43


notangelinajolie Fri 15-Dec-17 14:22:51

? Could you please be a bit more specific.

SparklyMagpie Fri 15-Dec-17 14:23:12

Oh ffs!

Will all this crap about the royals ever end?!

SparklyMagpie Fri 15-Dec-17 14:23:34

For the record,I have no idea what OP is on about

glitterbiscuits Fri 15-Dec-17 14:23:56

Were you stood up by him OP?

Ofthread Fri 15-Dec-17 14:24:00

Not until heads roll Sparkly

LizzieSiddal Fri 15-Dec-17 14:24:13

Oh what’s he done and why are you so upset about it?

ItsYuleyme Fri 15-Dec-17 14:24:17

Nope! Got me there!

Unreasonableunreasonableness Fri 15-Dec-17 14:24:42

He usually presents a trophy but there is no mention that he actually committed for next year. And would you attend a sports match that you usually go to over attending a sibling's wedding. They have plenty of notice and I'm sure he'll help them find someone else.

PinkJeggings Fri 15-Dec-17 14:24:54

Prince Harry and Meghan are getting married on May 19; the day of the FA Cup final.

I am not even a football fan and I could t care less about the FA cup. But prince William is the President of the FA and as such normally attends the final and presents the winners with the Cup.

AIBU to think the family should have respected this prior commitment?

Omgineedanamechange Fri 15-Dec-17 14:24:59

Are you seriously suggesting William should go to a football match rather than his own brothers wedding?

Sirzy Fri 15-Dec-17 14:26:20

Can you imagine the AIBU from Meghan Markle

“Aibu to think my future brother in law should miss the football on our wedding day”

Seniorcitizen1 Fri 15-Dec-17 14:26:21


StickThatInYourPipe Fri 15-Dec-17 14:26:26

So you think they should change their wedding date because of a bloody football match?

Redcrayons Fri 15-Dec-17 14:26:35

Oh yes, he's really not going to go to his only brothers wedding to hand a trophy out at a football match.

Omgineedanamechange Fri 15-Dec-17 14:26:43

Ah, I see you are suggesting exactly that. Then you’re nuts op, HTH

OwlBeBack Fri 15-Dec-17 14:26:44

What the actual fuck.

Who gives a toss? Of course he should go to the wedding.

TeenTimesTwo Fri 15-Dec-17 14:27:16


Royal diaries get filled up ages in advance. Finding a date when none of them had prior commitments would be very difficult. I'm sure the overpaid footballers will manage somehow.

skippy67 Fri 15-Dec-17 14:27:22

Yeah, you YABU. Can you imagine if someone posted on here that their brother, who they're really close to, is blowing out their wedding so they can go to the footy??

sparechange Fri 15-Dec-17 14:27:32

Oh no, those poor multi-millionaire footballers having to make do with a pleb giving them a trophy

I bet it will completely ruin the whole competition and no one will pay any attention to it now hmm

AuntLydia Fri 15-Dec-17 14:27:44

So you don't even like football and don't care about the fa cup?! Why the hell are you 'not impressed' then?

LizzieSiddal Fri 15-Dec-17 14:27:44

Hahahaha fgrin

Can you imagine Megan’s thread on MN?

“AIBU to think my BIL should forgo a football match to be best man at our wedding?”

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