Friday, 25 May 2012
Priscilla Chan married into serious money in Mark Zuckerberg’s back garden over the weekend. She seems happy with her husband’s custom designed ruby wedding ring, but Facebook’s owner has been slammed for being cheap.
Grazia Daily reported the ring is estimated to be worth a “measly” $25, 000. My God, what a pathetic ring that must be. What a poor bride.
It’s not just the ring being slammed. The couple’s honeymoon, or lack of it, has been questioned. Psychologists have even scrutinized their wedding photo, because it “lacks emotional intimacy.”
What happened to just being happy?
Why do all wedding photos have to be monochrome snaps of newlyweds gazing at each other? Why do rich people need to be married on the Hawaiian island they own? Why do the press have to be invited?
Forgive my ignorance. It must be one of those ‘unwritten’ wedding rules that commoners know nothing about.
Zuckerberg’s probably more concerned with the plummeting price of Facebook shares to be worrying if his wife’s ring finger is feeling left out. Surely the effort he put personally designing the ring is worth more than dollar signs?