See the Royal Wedding Comic Book; Prince Harry Thought William Would Never Find a Wife

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If they were going to exaggerate his hair, they could have exaggerated his wardrobe and put them in capes. Photo: Splash News/Bluewater

• The tale of Kate Middleton and Prince William's love has been turned into a comic book. It's a great way to hide a little balding without a conspicuous comb-over. [Daily Mail UK]

• Prince Harry the Ginger Fox is trekking through Norway on his way to the North Pole to raise money for charity. Good Morning America went up there to interview him, ostensibly about his duties as a serviceman who flies helicopters and treks, but really about his brother's wedding. "We all thought that it was never going to happen for him," Harry said. "But it has happened, and I think everyone's going to be really proud of him. And it's a big deal. It's not just a normal wedding, it's a really big decision for him to bring Kate into the family, and there's obviously a huge amount of pressure from the media, the public perception, everything like that." What every bride wants to hear a month before the wedding: A huge amount of pressure is being placed on you — don't eff anything up for the rest of your life. [HuffPo]

• The Lego people made a Lego model of the wedding scene at Buckingham Palace. ABC describes it: "As the royal couple stands at the gates of the Lego Buckingham Palace, they are surrounded by hundreds of Lego guests, including some of the confirmed attendees of the Royal Wedding. Included among the miniature guests are David and Victoria Beckham, Paul McCartney and Elton John. There are even a few Lego paparazzi poised to get pictures of the couple." [ABC News]