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Published April 29, 2011, 12:00 AM

Photo Gallery: Images of the royal wedding

Photos of events surrounding the wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton


This is an undated handout image made available Sunday April 17, 2011, by Transport for London of a limited edition royal wedding Oyster travel card. Commemorative London travel cards _ called Oyster cards _ bearing the image of Prince William and Kate Middleton are going on sale this week. The 750,000 cards are the first limited edition version of the Oyster, which are used for electronic payment across London's buses and subway network. (AP Photo/Transport for London/PA, Ho)

  • This is an undated handout image made available Sunday April 17, 2011, by Transport for London of a limited edition royal wedding Oyster travel card. Commemorative London travel cards _ called Oyster cards _ bearing the image of Prince William and Kate Middleton are going on sale this week. The 750,000 cards are the first limited edition version of the Oyster, which are used for electronic payment across London's buses and subway network. (AP Photo/Transport for London/PA, Ho)
  • Prince William and Kate Middleton are seen boarding a scheduled Monarch Airlines flight to Cyprus, just days before the Royal Wedding. The spoof images are to celebrate the launch of planes branded with the personal message ‘Congratulations Wills & Kate’. For more information visit www.monarch.co.uk (Photo: Business Wire)
  • Two 100-foot mosaic brick walls of Britain's Prince William and Kate Middleton stand in a open field beside a busy express-way in Sydney, Australia, Thursday, April 28, 2011.(AP Photo/Rob Griffith)
  • In this Dec. 8, 2010 file photo, Britain's Prince William leaves ICAP, a city stock trading firm in London. With the April 29 nuptials at Westminster Abbey fast approaching, William has few enemies and many admirers. Some here are tired of the royals, of course, and certainly there is anti-monarchist sentiment among those who would prefer Britain be a republic, but there are few who harbor an open dislike for William, who seems genuinely enchanted with his bride-to-be. (AP Photo/Alastair Grant)
  • Kate Middleton, right, and best man Prince Harry leave Westminster Abbey in London after a rehearsal in readiness for the royal wedding, Thursday, April 28, 2011. Kate Middleton and her bridesmaids, together with best man Prince Harry, rehearsed once more Thursday at Westminster Abbey, practicing the timing of the upcoming royal wedding to the last detail.(AP Photo/Sang Tan)
  • Kate Middleton leaves Westminster Abbey in London, Thursday April 28, 2011. following a rehearsal for the Royal Wedding which takes place on Friday. (AP Photo/Anthony Devlin/PA)
  • In this July 29, 1981 file photo, the wedding ceremony of Princess Diana and Prince Charles is seen at St. Paul's Cathedral in London. The biggest fashion faux pas for a wedding guest _ to any wedding _ would be to upstage the bride. The attire worn to a British royal wedding is appropriate daytime wedding attire kicked up many, many notches, Sally Kilbridge, deputy editor of Brides magazine says. Everyone's outfit should be chic, elegant and suit the very formal, traditional occasion while not letting glitzy, black-tie, eveningwear trappings creep in, she advises. (AP Photo/File)
  • In this undated photo released by the Royal Collection on Thursday April 21 2011, the royal wedding dresses worn by (left - right) Princess Margaret (1960), Princess Alexandra of Kent (1963), Princess Charlotte (1816), Alexandra of Denmark (1863), and Princess Mary of Teck (1893). As speculation continues as to the design of Catherine Middleton’s wedding dress, a precious collection of historic royal wedding dresses worn by royal brides over the last 200 years have just undergone over 1000 hours of conservation treatment by conservators from Britain's Historic Royal Palaces. The wedding dresses belonging to Princess Charlotte (1816), Queen Victoria (1840), Alexandra of Denmark (1863), Princess Mary of Teck (1893), Princess Margaret (1960) and Princess Alexandra of Kent (1963) are usually carefully stored at Kensington Palace but have been made available to the media and are viewable on the Historic Royal Palaces website. (AP Photo/The Royal Collection/Historic Royal Palaces)
  • Kate Middleton, right and her sister Pippa, react to the crowds gathered outside the Goring Hotel in London, Thursday April 28, 2011, ahead of her wedding to Britain's Prince William on Friday April 29. (AP Photo/Joel Ryan)
  • This handout image provided by the US Postal Service shows The Royal Wedding Presentation Pack being sold by the Postal Service. Britain's Royal Mail issued a special commemorative stamp for the wedding and American postal authorities are offering it as part of a wedding commemorative packet. (AP Photo/USPS)
  • In this July 29, 1981 file photo, Princess Diana and Prince Charles, center, as they pose with family and guests on their wedding day in London. The biggest fashion faux pas for a wedding guest _ to any wedding _ would be to upstage the bride. The attire worn to a British royal wedding is appropriate daytime wedding attire kicked up many, many notches, Sally Kilbridge, deputy editor of Brides magazine says. Everyone's outfit should be chic, elegant and suit the very formal, traditional occasion while not letting glitzy, black-tie, eveningwear trappings creep in, she advises. (AP Photo/File)
  • Armed police officers patrol pass the tents set up by royal supporters queuing to see the royal wedding outside Westminster Abbey in London, Thursday, April 28, 2011. Prince William and Kate Middleton are to marry in Westminster Abbey on Friday, April 29. (AP Photo/Sang Tan)
  • Union flag buntings hang across Regent Street in London to celebrate the forthcoming royal wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton, Friday, April 22, 2011. Prince William and Kate Middleton are to marry at Westminster Abbey in London on April 29. (AP Photo/Sang Tan)
  • A picture of Prince William and Kate Middleton is seen on the T-shirt, and a ring similar to that of Kate Middleton's engagement ring worn by a royal fan waiting near Westminster Abbey in London, Thursday, April 28, 2011. Royal enthusiasts are camping out on the pavement to reserve a spot to watch Prince William and Kate Middleton as they arrive to marry in Westminster Abbey on Friday, April 29. (AP Photo/Kirsty Wigglesworth)
  • Royal supporters Susanna Brockman, left, from Maryland, US, Chelsea Spence and Jessica Spence, right, from Zimbabwe show their T-shirts on the pavement near Westminster Abbey in London, Thursday, April 28, 2011. Royal enthusiasts are camping out on the pavement to reserve a spot to watch Prince William and Kate Middleton as they arrive to marry in Westminster Abbey on Friday, April 29. (AP Photo/Kirsty Wigglesworth
  • This is one of two official portrait photographs taken on Nov. 25, 2010 in the Council Chamber in the State Apartment in St James's Palace, London and released by Clarence House Press Office on Sunday Dec. 12, 2010 to mark the engagement of Britain's Prince William, left, and Catherine Middleton, right. Poor Kate Middleton. She's not just marrying a future king. She's marrying all of us. Once upon a time, British subjects gazed upon their sovereigns from afar. Not any more. Members of the royal family are now Hollywood-style mega-celebrities _ their cellulite, receding hairlines and boozy nights out subject to the same relentless scrutiny as other A-listers. The monarchy has gained in star power, and perhaps lost in dignity, since William's mother, Princess Diana, burst into the royal family in a blonde blaze of charisma and changed it forever. (AP Photo/Clarence House Press Office)
  • Members of the public take their places as crowds of people throng to central London to celebrate the wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton in London Friday. (AP Photo/Jon Super)
  • Britain's Prince William, accompanied by his brother Prince Harry, arrives at Westminster Abbey ahead of his wedding to Kate Middleton, in London, Friday.(AP Photo/Steve Parsons-pa)
  • In this image taken from video, the car containing Britain's Prince William and Britain's Prince Harry drives down the Mall on it's way to Westminster Abbey for the Royal Wedding in London on Friday. Associated Press
  • In this image taken from video, Kate Middleton, left, sits in her car, ready to head to Westminster Abbey for the Royal Wedding in London on Friday, April, 29, 2011. Associated Press
  • In this image taken from Associated Press video, Prince William and Kate Middleton sing before exchanging vows.
  • In this image taken from video, Kate Middleton arrives at Westminster Abbey for the Royal Wedding in London on Friday. (AP Photo/APTN)
  • Kate Middleton arrives for her wedding with Britain's Prince William at Westminster Abbey at the Royal Wedding in London Friday. (AP Photo/Gero Breloer)
  • Kate Middleton arrives at Westminster Abbey. (AP Photo/Gero Breloer)
  • Britain's Prince William and Kate Middleton exchange rings in front of the Archbishop of Canterbury at Westminster Abbey, London. (AP Photo/Dominic Lipinski, Pool)
  • Britain's Prince William and Kate Middleton, center, stand at the altar during the service along with Prince Harry, left, and Kate's father Michael Middleton, right, inside Westminster Abbey, Friday. (AP Photo/Dominic Lipinski/Pool)
  • In this Feb. 22, 2011 file photo, Sarah Burton of Alexander McQueen is seen with a design in London. Royal officials said Friday that Sarah Burton designed Kate Middleton's wedding dress. (AP Photo/Yui Mok/PA, file)
  • Britain's Prince William and his bride Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, leave Westminster Abbey, London, following their wedding, Friday. (AP Photo/Tom Hevezi)
  • Britain's Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall ride in a carriage to Buckingham Palace after the Royal Wedding for Britain's Prince William and his wife Kate, Duchess of Cambridge in London Friday. (AP Photo/Lefteris Pitarakis)
  • In this image taken from video, Britain's Prince William, left, and his wife, Kate, the Dutchess of Cambridge, walk down the aisle together at Westminster Abbey for the Royal Wedding in London on Friday. Associated Press