*Watching it from bed. Surprisingly OK, even if it was 5am. I made good use of my new teapot.
*Waking up Littleboy 1 at 7 to see the carriages leaving the Abbey. He was so excited.
*Quotes from the Littleboys.
Littleboy 2 (seeing the full leaves on the trees in London): "is it June in the film?"
Littleboy 1: Where's the King? There's no King? (I explain about the Duke of Edinburgh). He must be older than the Queen. He's taller. Where's the president? (Good question....)
Littleboy 2: I like that girl. The one in the white dress. (Good taste....)
*Switching channels to NBC, because the BBC coverage was getting rather dry and boring, and finding them explaining that Kate's father would be walking her up the aisle. We quickly switched back.
*Peeking at Fox News for some classic quotes. On the security contingent: "There's 40,000 cops there, and they don't have guns. That's unbelievable. Can you imagine that in New York?"
Fox also had a countdown clock to 'The Kiss'. Pure class.
*Catching up with everyone's comments on Twitter and Facebook. Events like these are really where social media comes into its own - and keep me really connected to what my friends are thinking back in the U.K. (and in the blogosphere).
Happy public holiday, everyone. I hope you're enjoying those parties.