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Sorry, Meghan who?

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MOVE OVER MEGHAN MARKLE, because your royal wedding is over and now it's time for Princess Eugenie to have her moment in the spotlight. You know, Eugenie? Lover of big hats, and also lover of a nightclub manager named Jack Brooksbank? HER!

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Eugenie is going to the chapel and she's going to get married, so let's brush up on everything we know about her royal wedding, shall we?

Aside from a slew of royals and A-listers, Eugenie and Jack are inviting 1,200 members of the public to their wedding! You just have to apply, and if you make the cut, you'll "be able to view the arrival of the congregation and Members of the Royal Family, listen to a live broadcast of the Marriage Service and watch the start of the procession as the couple depart at the end of the Wedding ceremony." Find out how to apply .

Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank would like to invite members of the public to join their wedding on 12 October, 2018, to attend inside the Precincts of Windsor Castle. Members of the public who would like to attend can fill in an application form (for more information see the link in our bio on our profile page). 1,200 members of the public will be able to view the arrival of the congregation and Members of the Royal Family, listen to a live broadcast of the Marriage Service and watch the start of the procession as the couple depart at the end of the Wedding ceremony.

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October 12, 2018. Please make travel arrangements to England now before flights get expensive, thanks.

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The marriage of Her Royal Highness Princess Eugenie to Mr Jack Brooksbank will take place on 12th October 2018. As previously announced, the wedding will take place at St. George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle.

Apparently, Eugenie and Jack were forced to postpone their royal wedding from September to October thanks to SOME PEOPLE deciding to go on vacation. Those people being Harry and Meghan. A source dished to The Daily Mail : "There is talk of a number of foreign tours for Prince Harry and Miss Markle this year, and September is a date that has been mooted. There is nothing concrete yet, but it looks as if Eugenie and Jack will go for October instead."

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Birken adds that it can be useful to ask yourself a really simple question: what are you getting out of your resentment? Answering this forces you to think about the situation more objectively.

“You might be displacing anger at yourself onto the person you resent, or you may feel comfortable with or even enjoy the righteous anger you feel,” she says.

Asking yourself what you’re gaining by feeling resentful, which probably isn’t much, can help you to let go of the anger.

“Finally, you need to think through what story you are telling yourself about the financial injustice that you have suffered,” Birken says. “We often resent situations because we don’t know the entire context. We fill in the blanks with a story that makes sense to us, but may have nothing to do with what the other person intended. Recognizing what you actually know and what you have made up can help you to release the resentment.”

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How could she be earning SO MUCH that she could afford to take cabs every day? What is she doing that I don’t know about? Who can I talk to to learn more? How can I earn more money?”
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TEN Nights in a Barroom,” an earnest temperance drama by William W. Pratt, first appeared more than 120 years ago, and now Light Opera of Manhattan is giving it new life as a musical spoof, using melodies of its time. With such revivals as these, thank heavens — and let's drink to that ‐ that Eugene O'Neill will never see what happens to his temperance themes in centennial revival.

This is not to say that “Ten Nights in a Barroom” is bad. It is a piece of gross buffoonery done by a charming cast with sweet voices and affable senses of humor. Buffoonery may be an understated description; this is really one of those shows that, as they say, you have to be in the mood for.

As adapted by Philip Mathias, its director, “Ten Nights in a Barroom” follows the downturn in the life of Joseph Morgan, a decent, family loving man, after he has taken to drink. He falls into the grasp of the villain, Simon Slade, a mustachioed chap who owns the local tavern and is the town's champ when it comes to grasping. It's really too silly to retell it here.

The presentation, although as broad as a meat ax, can make you giggle for all that you know you shouldn't, because in your current sophistication you realize that this is outrageous camp. The players leer and pout and otherwise emote, to one another and to the audience directly.

The people are put on stage prettily, and they sing songs you may remember from the Gay Nineties, if you go back that far. This being the Light Opera of Manhattan, the voices could not be more pleasant. James Nadeaux, as the hero, and James Weber, as the villain, obviously enjoyed themselves and milked their parts with vigor enough to carry off a 4‐H competition.


Karen Hartman was very funny as the hero's repulsive little daughter, and Ronald L. Thomas was sheer Rover boy as the villain's upright son. Nancy Temple, Jean Stroup Miller, Donna Shanklin and Tom Olmstead created a sense of fun out of a very creaky vehicle. The music is made by piano and is extremely singable.

A few drinks before showtime might enhance the merriment of the evening for theatergoers, although the critic, a teetotaler himself, deplores the affluence of incohol.

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