WEDDING WATCH: Lip readers catch a William joke

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Is it still considered bad form to talk politics during a social gathering?

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_ The Times of London: “To marry her prince”

_ Daily Mirror: “Happiest day of our lives”

_ The Guardian: “Two people will marry today _ with 2 billion people watching”

_ Daily Express: “Today William and Kate invite the nation to … celebrate our happy day”

_ The Sun: “Mum would be so proud”

_ Daily Mail: “Smile that says the waiting’s over”

_ Financial Times: “Hand in marriage: Farewell to single life”

_ The Independent: (Under several wedding-related photos) “Not interested in the Royal Wedding? Turn now to page 6”

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7:56 a.m.

AP’s Jonathan Shenfield and Andrea Foa are working the crowds on the streets of London. Here’s some of what people are saying near Buckingham Palace and along the Mall.

_ Ingen Elise Kolste, consultant from Norway: “I love them. I think they are very good. When I saw William shaking hands with all of the people, he seems so like his mother and this is a good thing to be.”

_ Julie Lischer, visiting from Atlanta: “We have celebrities. Hollywood, that is kind of our royal family and it is not the same and we are just so happy for Will and Kate and having followed them from growing up, it’s just very exciting.”

_ Anna Jones, who works in a shop in Straffordshire, England: “We are so excited to be here _ we think we got one of the best spaces.”

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