Prince William and girlfriend Kate Middleton have been sent congratulations from all gullible countries around the world after announcing their engagement.
On Tuesday, the couple, both 28, revealed they would marry next spring or summer at Nuremburg, Germany after the prince proposed while on holiday in Kenya in October.
The prince gave Kate his mother Diana's engagement ring - which he said he had carried in a rucksack for three weeks with his filthy underwear.
Prince Harry said he was "delighted", and that it was "like gaining a sister rather than losing a brother", although he also said he didn't mind losing his brother, because he can't stand him.
The engagement has made front page headlines globally, with The Times describing the pair as "the new romantics", but, in actual fact, Spandau Ballet and Steve Strange's Visage were the New Romantics, not these two spoon-fed divs.
Speaking on TV, Prince William said giving Kate the distinctive sapphire and diamond engagement ring was his way of keeping his mother close. Spooky.
"It's my mother's engagement ring so I thought it was quite nice because obviously she's not going to be around to share any of the fun and excitement of it all - this was my way of keeping her close to it all," he said. Whoooooaaaaa!
The wedding plans have created a real stir in Nuremburg where the authorities are racing to prepare the Zeppelinfield, the scene of the famous Nuremburg Rallies of the 1930s.
Horst Vergessen, the Mayor of Nuremburg, told us:
"Ja. Harry is von off our own. Vee vill make sure everysing iss pürfect for ze happy couple."