For a three-year-old obsessed with princesses, TV watching options don't get much better than this.
Who needs cartoons and kids shows when you can watch a royal wedding? I suspect Sydney is wishing right now that we'd named her Kate.
She slept in long past the actual wedding, but paid close attention to the abbreviated re-plays on the news. She proclaimed the wedding dress as beautiful, making comparisons to the dress Ariel wore when she married Prince Eric in the Little Mermaid. (I have no idea what Ariel's dress looked like, but I wouldn't be surprised if Sydney is right. She pays attention to important details like that.)
Sydney was quite concerned by the carriage ride. "Why is the Prince wearing a hat? He shouldn't wear a hat. He should wear a crown."
She then grew hopeful. "Where are they going? Are they going to dance? I want to watch them dance."
Her final conclusion: "The princess is very beautiful and the prince is very good."
At least she's not letting the royal treatment go to her head. As her attention span started to run out, Sydney happened to spot a container of cleaning wipes that I'd been using earlier. "Can I help clean?" she asked. She's now running around the living room wiping everything she can find. Apparently my little princess prefers the first half of Cinderella more than the happily ever after.