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Actor Josh Gad, model Naomi Campbell and other celebrities posted about the royal wedding between Prince Harry and Meghan Markle on social media Saturday, commentating on how the lavish ceremony brought them to tears. This has been a morning— Josh Gad (@joshgad) May 19, 2018 "Glued to the Tv Royal wedding has me in tears !!
"I went from promising to get work done and not watch #The Royal Wedding to turning it on to just have a glimpse, to putting my computer down and fully engaging to holding a box of tissues and crying. I went from promising to get work done and not watch #The Royal Wedding to turning it on to just have a glimpse, to putting my computer down and fully engaging to holding a box of tissues and crying.
We were sort of expecting it but it is still great news." Former military officer Blunt, 39, was apparently introduced to Sofia - the granddaughter of the Duke of Wellington - by his sister Daisy.
He previously told the : "What I will say is that I'm very happy at the moment with Sofia.
On group photos he quips: ‘It’s Tinder not guess f***ing who.’ He tells one man: ‘You know not everyone supports the shirtless bathroom selfie, but I think it’s a great chance to weed out anyone with an ounce of self respect.’ The video, which James uses to promote his new single OK, also shows James behaving like a diva – refusing to learn his assistant’s name, demanding tea, and tinkling on the piano.This is so beautiful congratulations to Duke and Duchess of Sussex #NEW DAY," Campbell said on Twitter in reference to Harry and Markle's new official titles. Filmmaker Judd Apatow meanwhile posted on Instagram that he was having a royal wedding viewing party."Someone's about to have a late night wedding party," he said alongside a photo of a full dining room table next to cardboard cutouts of Harry and Markle.The very important role seems to involves playing around with the intercom system and taking selfies before getting down to the real nitty gritty: helping the community of relationship hopefuls improve their profiles by giving them ‘constructive’ feedback.He tells one man: “You know not everyone supports the shirtless bathroom selfie, but I think it’s a great chance to weed out anyone with an ounce of self respect.” He accuses the woman whose profile states she is looking for someone to hold her hand while she watches CNN of spreading fake news, while another’s request for a man taller than her sparks the lyricist to reel off a list of celebrities she is therefore ruling out.
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