I don't believe in things being cursed. Diana and Charles should have never married he didn't love her and she didn't love him. If William and Kate love each other and choose to make their marriage work they will succeed. I hope the poor young woman can handle the invasive paparazzi and crazy public that think they should be privy to everything she does from now on. She hasn't seen anything yet.
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Answer by ILoveCade at 8:15 AM on Nov. 17, 2010
I'm not superstitious enough to believe that a beautiful piece of jewelry can be "cursed". If neither Prince William or his fiancee are troubled by any associations with it, but instead associate it with the good things about his mother and her life, then it's a wonderful gift. I'm not one to be all googly over a sparkly rock, and I rarely wear any jewelry, so it's hard for me to attach any emotions to a ring--but it was important to his mother, and I see nothing wrong with it as a symbol of their engagement.
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