The royal wedding of Liz Hurley and Arun Nair.
March 7, 2007 12:22pm CST
The media is going ga ga over the wedding of Liz and Arun Nair. I think it is getting far too much of coverage than it deserves. I'm a big Hugh Grant fan and after they both split,I lost interest in her.Well,I am not very excited about this wedding. One thing that I fail to understand is,if you are really in love,does it matter or,rather,what difference would it make tying the knot in a Palace or anywhere else? Do you think this marriage is going to last long?
7 Mar 07
Liz who??? :-P Just kidding Yeah, the more things change the more they remain the same...Rings a bell? It would be a changed world where the creme de la creme won't be hounded by the media.Apparently,it might seem like they would give away their wedding rings to escape the press ,but I highly doubt that's the entire story. I think( though it's a personal opinion) it hardly matters where or how the wedding takes place as long as the couple knows they want to be with each other ,more than anything else.But,to find an explanation, the elites are quite used to the hype and if they don't celebrate it on the eiffel tower the paparazzi and press might see it as a cloak and dagger affair thus,following and publising it even more. How long it will last...hmmm That's anyone's guess.I wouldn't like to threaten the newly wed couple with my crystal ball,lol.
8 Mar 07
Hmmmmm I came on too hard I suppose.Agreed,its their private affair.Nowadys most of the TV news channels are so hell bent on covering spicy personal stories having no relevance whatsoever,and ,thats what irritates me.Well,I know its my problem.Lol. I too hope their marriage stays for good.
8 Mar 07
Fame and money,if paired together,make the best couple.Everyone's desire.Elizabeth Hurley and Arun Nayyar are double paired with this(fame and money).This irresistible honey is bound to attract bees (media). Tell me who doesn't like attention and adulation. Its quite natural that they are basking in its glory.