Use This Formula to Determine Your Royal Wedding Name
Because you can't watch the royal nuptials without a proper royal name of your own.
Saturday, May 19 marks the day when many dreams of young American girls come true. Who didn't want to be a princess as a child? Now we are preparing to watch an American marry a Prince and become royalty. It sounds like something straight out of a Lifetime movie.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will also be given their official titles when they say "I do." They will be named the Duke and Duchess of Sussex. Why? Who cares? Don't you wish you had a title?
Your wish is our command.
E! News is giving us one formula to determine our royal names with lots of moving parts. There's also a formula that's been circulating the Internet. However, I decided to come up with my own.
It's a simple way to determine what your royal wedding name is. Once you have these names, you'll be able to use them during your royal wedding watch parties. Or maybe you'll demand to be addressed this way from now on.
Here's how to play:
TITLE: Choose Lord/Lady
FIRST NAME: The name of the last person you sent a text to
SURNAME: Enter your birthstone
AREA OF RULE: The name of your favorite place to eat
Plugs those names into this formula: Lord/Lady _______ _______ of _______.
Let's hear your name below: