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The bride has arrived, and Britain's biggest royal wedding in decades has begun.
Queen Elizabeth II has arrived at Westminster Abbey, where her grandson Prince William is marrying Kate Middleton.
Tens of thousands of people have lined the royal wedding route hours before Prince William and Kate Middleton marry, with the crowd in a jovial mood despite steely gray skies over London.
Prince William and best man Prince Harry strode into Westminster Abbey in formal military attire Friday as royal fans packed the streets of London, hoping to snatch a glimpse of a historic royal wedding expected to revitalize British monarchy.
Tina Lannin, a professional lip reader who was born deaf, caught the private whispers during the royal wedding that television microphones couldn't capture.
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