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Kate Middleton
Kate Middleton via Fitsugar.com

Health coverage of the royal wedding has been ubiquitous, with much of it (of course) revolving around the size of the princess-to-be’s waistline.

From speculation that Middleton is suffering from “Brideorexia” to the most attention the Dukan Diet has gotten to date, everyone wants to put in their two cents about how skinny Kate really is.

We hope that Kate is taking it all in stride and not letting the press’ obsession with her body phase her. She’s about to marry a prince after all, and gets to worry about fabulous things like high-fashion gowns and sustainable flowers. It doesn’t really matter what us plebeians say (or write).

Plus, we’re not worried about her health. Her family’s yoga teacher will be in attendance, and perhaps she could take her through a Savasana after the cameras recede? She may need it if William gets a hold of this Royal-wedding-night Viagra-spiked beer.

Also, when it comes down to it, do New Yorkers even really care about this whole Royal wedding shebang? If you do, here are some of most interesting and outrageous wellness-related articles on the topic. Guess which ones are which!

Should You Try The Royal Wedding Diet?—Prevention

Royal Virility Performance Beer?—ABC News

Royalty, Postman and Yoga Teacher Among Wedding Guests—Monsters and Critics

Kate Middleton Looks Svelte Before the Big Day—FitSugar

Royal Wedding Flowers to Be Donated, Replanted—EcoRazzi

Royal Wedding: Handicapping Kate Middleton’s Wedding Gown Designer—LA Times

Kate Middleton’s Pre-Royal Wedding Weight Loss: Stress, “Brideorexia,” or The Dukan Diet?—Harvard Health Publications

Do New Yorkers Actually Care About the Royal Wedding?—NYMag