There Are SO MANY Prop Bets You Can Wager On For Saturday’s $43 Million Royal Wedding
Attention degenerate gamblers! (Like us.) While all patiently wait for (a) football season to start and (b) each of our states to start making sports wagering easier, there is another event that we can place some bets on this week: the very, VERY important Royal Wedding between Meghan Markle and Prince Harry.
That’s right. Brits are even bigger degenerate gamblers than we American are. They’ll bet on frickin’ anything, including the Royal Wedding.
After all, according to British wedding app Bridebook, as reported by Esquire, the total cost of the Royal Wedding is going to be around $43 million. So why shouldn’t we too make a little cashola on the side as well?
Check out this wedding budget…
• $386,000 on catering
• $260,000 on drinks
• $404,000 on the wedding dress
• $47,000 on installing enough toilets at the venue
• $404,000 on the music
• $162,000 on the honeymoon
• $40 million on security
You know what else is ridiculous? The dozens of prop bets available on Sky Bet UK for the Royal Wedding. Some examples…
11/10 Prince Harry is clean shaven, wearing three or more medals and says “I Do” first
9/1 Rain during wedding procession and Prince Harry has a beard
10/1 Any member of One Direction attends the wedding ceremony
10/1 Queen’s hat is pink, Harry wears three or more medals, and Elton John is at the ceremony
10/1 Bride arrives in a Rolls-Royce, Prince Harry wears a military uniform, and the Queen’s hat is blue
33/1 Bride arrives in a Bentley, Prince Harry is in a military iniform, and the Queen’s hat is orange
33/1 Cara Delevingne attends, Harry is clean shaven, wears more than two-and-a-half medals, and the vicar says “Jesus”
50/1 Any member of the Kardashian family attends the wedding ceremony
50/1 A John Legend song is used for the first dance, Meghan arrives in a Bentley, Boris Johnson attends, and there is rain during the procession