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Like guests who whisper asides to their friends from the back pews, the commoners in the media kept the mood lighthearted Friday as cameras captured every angle of the royal wedding of Britain's Prince William and Kate Middleton.
Cold weather and the threat of rain did nothing to deter thousands of people from pouring into Hyde Park Friday to celebrate the marriage of Prince William to Catherine Middleton in true British style.
Tina Lannin, a professional lipreader who was born deaf, caught the private whispers during the royal wedding that television microphones couldn't capture.
Tina Lannin, a professional lip reader who was born deaf, caught the private whispers during the royal wedding that television microphones couldn't capture.
It hasn't rained in London since Sunday, but it might on Kate Middleton's wedding day.
Global politics trumped ceremonial protocol Thursday, as Britain revoked a royal wedding invitation to the Syrian ambassador because of violent government attacks on protesters there.
Practice makes perfect: Kate Middleton and her bridesmaids, together with best man Prince Harry, rehearsed one more time at Westminster Abbey on Thursday, the eve of the most anticipated royal wedding in decades.
Prince William and Kate Middleton have chosen a family business with long ties to the royal family to make the wedding ring of rare Welsh gold that will be slipped on her finger Friday.
All across America, the curious woke at the crack of dawn Friday to watch live coverage of Prince William marrying Kate Middleton at Westminster Abbey. U.S. news outlets swarmed around London to fill an insatiable appetite for the royal wedding. From the newly titled Princess Catherine's tiara choice, to William's decision not to wear a wedding ring, to the first-kiss practice sessions, we commoners want to know every tiny detail of the pomp and circumstance the British monarchy does so well.