24 days and counting.
What -- you don't have a countdown calendar to The Royal Wedding: Wills + Kate 2011?
Yeah, me neither. But if you're looking for one, the BBC has this royal wedding countdown clock you can embed on your blog, web site or Facebook page.
There's also this app for your phone, so you'll know exactly how much time you have to buy a Kate Middleton doll, Kate Middleton nail polish or this Kate Middleton coffee mug -- which unfortunately, has her marrying the wrong prince.
You can get your kids in on the fun, too. Send your daughter to princess bootcamp, where she'll learn important skills, like how to curtsy and balance a book on her head.
No wedding is complete without food, but I doubt the royal family will be serving these Royal Wedding Donuts, from Dunkin' Donuts, at the reception. They might have tea though, so these tea bags would be appropriate.
If you want something stronger, there's Kiss Me Kate beer, which you can store in your official royal wedding refrigerator. I honestly can't tell if the fridge is a joke or if it's real. Would you really want Prince William staring at you every time you used the in-door ice maker?
And you wonder why some Britons are already reporting royal wedding fatigue?
But if you're still a big royal wedding junkie and can't fly to London, The Uptown Vault is planning a wedding celebration for Prince William and Kate Middleton on April 29th. Party-goers are encouraged to put on their poshest formal gown, wedding dress or tux. Wedding cake will be served. More details later.