As for me, I used to be a fun of Diana back in my teens, I cried when she died. I am also the same age as the prince - so I thought it kind of romantic back then.
But I've grown up since then. I might watch parts of the wedding afterwards and take a look at the pictures out of sheer curiosity. But I won't pay 25 bucks for a pillow with the picture of the prince and princess-to-be. I also won't give up sleep for a doubtful pleasure of watching the wedding live. I can understand the passion of watching a race or a game live - anything with an upredictable outcome. Guess what's the outcome of the wedding? They'll get married - surprise!!!
All this fever is a commercial arrangement to get money out of those believing in fairy tale. But it takes so much faith after a decade of the miserable divorce and poisonous counter-accusations to still believe in this great and shiny royal nobleness. They are people just like the rest of us. And there is something barbarian in the idea of turning living people into a tradition.
And a bonus: