STYLISH LOOKS AND A LOT OF TALK
ABOUT ONE GUEST IN PARTICULAR. SEALED WITH A KISS, THE WORLD’S
MOST FAMOUS BRIDESMAID IS NOW A GLOWING WIFE.
PIPPA MIDDLETON, MARRYING HEDGE FUND MANAGER JAMES MATTHEWS IN
ENGLAND, FILLED WITH PINK AND WHITE FLOWERS.
THOUGH IT WASN’T OFFICIALLY A ROYAL WEDDING, IT SURE FELT LIKE ONE.
>>ALTHOUGH THE WEDDING WAS BILLED AS A PRIVATE OCCASION, IT
WAS MUCH BY ROYAL APPOINTMENT. >>Reporter: AMONG THE ROYAL
GUESTS, PRINCE WILLIAM WHO ARRIVED WITH BROTHER PRINCE
HARRY. PIPPA’S BIG SISTER, KATE
MIDDLETON, WEARING A PALE PINK DRESS, DESIGNED BY ALEXANDER
McQUEEN WHO DESIGNED HER WEDDING DRESS.
PRINCESS CHARLOTTE AND PRINCE GEORGE STEALING THE SPOTLIGHT.
BUT IT WAS PIPPA WHO CAPTIVATED IN A STUNNING DOWN BY GILES
DEACON. >>IT WAS A CLASSIC COTTON SILK
LACE GOWN WITH A HIGH NECK. THE BACK WAS EXPOSED WITH A
CUTOUT. IT WAS STUNNING.
>>Reporter: WHILE OTHER GUESTS LIKE ROGER FEDERER AND PRINCESS
EUGENIE TURNED HEADS, THERE WAS ONE THAT DID NOT ATTEND THE
CEREMONY. ACTRESS MEGHAN MARKLE.
BUT PRINCE HARRY DROVE 100 MILES TO PICK HER UP AND BRING HER TO
THE ESTATE. THE RECEPTION REPORTEDLY COST
$130,000. GUESTS WERE ADVISED TO BRING
SECOND OUTFIT TO CHANGE INTO. AND THEY HAD TO UNDERGO A STRICT
PASSWORD PROCESS TO ENTER. CAMERAS WERE NOT ALLOWED AT THE
RECEPTION, THE NEWLYWED COUPLE WAS SPOTTED DRIVING OFF IN A
STATE OF WEDDED BLISS. WE’RE DYING TO KNOW WHAT THE
PASSWORD WAS TO GET
-Congratulations on winning.
-Thank you. -This is the trophy right here.
Do you mind if I bring it up? -That’s good. -Wow! It’s actually
really heavy. Look at this.
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Yeah. -Yeah, just set it right there.
-That’s really heavy. -Yeah.
-Wow. What a great trophy. What are you
going to do with this? -Probably hang
it up somewhere or, like, put it on, like,
one of my desks. -You can’t hang this thing.
It’s 100 pounds. -Yeah, yeah, I can’t hang — -You have to lean it against —
It’s so heavy. You got to build
a whole new room around it. I want to put
this over here just for now so I can see your face,
because it’s giant. Explain this to me.
How does it work? What goes into it? Because I think people think, “Oh, you just play
video games and you won.” It’s like, no,
I think there’s — You put a lot of work into this. -Yeah.
-Am I right? -So, like,
long practice every day. Like, every day, I wake up,
got to, like, warm up my hands for 30 minutes. Then I got to pretty much,
like, you know, play — warm up my hands
by playing, like, “Fortnite Creative,”
stuff like that. -So, wait.
Walk me through your day. So, what time do you wake up? -We talking school day
or a weekend? -Let’s talk weekend.
-Maybe like 12:00, 1:00. -Oh, man.
I want to be you so bad, dude. I’m really — I’m so jealous.
I’m so jealous of you right now. So, you wake up
at 12:00 noon, yeah? And before you warm up
your hands, what do you do? Yeah. What do you eat?
What do you eat at 12:00 noon? -Maybe a banana.
-Okay. Gotcha. All right, I like bananas.
-Yeah. -So, you get a —
But then you get on to the game and you start playing
immediately or no? -Yeah, I, like, get on,
warm up with that, and then I go into,
like, a call, talk to, like,
my friends, and all that, go over strategies and then — -Do you play just strangers or
do you play with, like, a — -No, like, a team, like, friends
and stuff like that, yeah. -You’re on a team now.
-Mm-hmm. -What is the name of your team?
-Sentinels. -Sentinels. Yeah, so,
you get on with those guys and you —
It’s Monday through — It’s every day or what is it? -Pretty much, yeah.
It’s like my job. -That’s — Wow. And did your parents —
I know they’re proud of you, but, at first,
were they like… I mean, yeah. But, at first,
they got to be like, “Hey, we got to talk, Bugha.” You know, yeah, let’s –”
What is Bugha from? -My grandpa gave me the name
when I was, like, a baby. He used to say like,
“Bugha, Bugha, Bugha,” and I used to laugh. -Oh, no way.
-So that’s where I get it from. -Hey, good for that.
I love grandpa stories. So, your parents
go, “Okay, this is fun, but you got to get
working over at, like, 7-Eleven or something. You got to get a job.” -Yeah, so, like, pretty much,
when they found out, like, I could actually do this for
pretty much a job, like, was when I pretty much got
signed to the team and all that. But before that, I just did,
like, little competitions and made, like,
a little bit of money off that. -Like, how much money did you
win the first competition? -$100.
-Yeah, nothing. -Yeah, nothing.
[ Laughs ] -What are you? 16? $100? You must have
freaked out and said, “Mom, dad, this is something. I can make money. And they’re like,
“It’s only $100, buddy.” But that’s a lot of money. -To me, it was at the time,
because, like — -To me, it is now.
Yeah, I mean… Wow, $100? So you win 100 bucks and then
you go, “I can do this.” And then this happens.
I mean, did you freak out? -I don’t know. It’s like I had, like,
no emotion, but, at the same time,
it felt, like, unreal. I don’t know. -Because you were just — You
were just in the zone? -Yeah, pretty much. -So, what time of day was
this that you won? -When it happened?
-Yeah. -Like midday yesterday. -Like when you wake up?
12:00 noon? Yeah. Woke up, had a banana,
won $3 million. No big deal. Not bad. So, I just — I’ve got to
congratulate you on this. This is great.
This is a great trophy. And I hope to
see you again, buddy. Congratulations.
-Thank you. -Good job.
-Appreciate it. -Kyle “Bugha” Giersdorf.