The excitement is on high and we cannot help but share in it. Matter of fact, many people will be subscribing for TV after months just to be part of this historical moment. It is the royal wedding, duuuh! For you who is asking ‘what royal wedding’? Do not be like that babe who on one radio station this morning when asked who Meghan Markle was marrying this Saturday, answered: “Uuuuhm…Amama Mbabazi’s niece.” Lol! Get on board already!
Wondering where you can catch the wedding tomorrow, power black outs, denied visas, traffic jam, Friday hangover, and all, here is a quick guide.
Kampala Serena Hotel
The five-star hotel hosting a Royal Wedding High Tea in the Bambara Lounge from 11am to 4pm on Saturday alongside Anita Beryl of Beryl Qouture. Besides witnessing the dazzle of the newly-weds, there will be a fashion conversation (so you get to critique the princess’ wedding gown plus guests’ hats and outfits), loads of quizzes about the wonderful couple and royal family.
Makindye Country Club
You must have seen the dresscode for the guests to the wedding (you have not yet? Google), so here you will be expected to dress up to watch the royal wedding. Arrival time is 12:30pm to be in time for the royal service at 2pm. Among the things to be served is high teas.
Because there is no way you can part with 80k just to watch the royal wedding, well you can just stay home, invite a few friends over, buy pop corn or beers and enjoy. Some of the stations expected to broadcast live are BBC, E!, ITV and who knows, UBC might surprise us too.
No TV? Guess your neighbours or the nearest local kibanda can sort you.
Windsor Hotel Kenya
If you have some loose cash on you, just get on the plane and get a room at Windsor Golf Hotel and Country Club in Kenya. Here all you need is Kshs1million (only Ush37million) for you and your spouse. Go dressed in your finest wedding guest attire, and you will enjoy an English Brunch by seasoned English Chef James Dennis, fashion shows from Kenya’s leading designers and many other privileges.