If there is guaranteed to be one wedding that will be expected to go flawlessly, it is going to be one of these. I can't begin to imagine how much preparation will be going into it. Of course, that will all be behind the scenes, while out front, it appears that all the newspapers are are awash with yet more and more stories, mainly about the bride and her past. I, honestly, thought we were in 2018 and that those sort of features no longer mattered, but apparently it is worth selling newspapers over. In general, most of the people I know are just wishing the best to the happy couple, but some, oh dear, oh dear, seem to think that such trivialities are of the highest importance and cannot be quiet about them. So, to our new friends who have joined us, what would be the correct etiquette and method for avoiding such conversation? Perhaps, you might have some useful words of wisdom on the topic.