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LOS ANGELES — Prince William and Catherine's visit to the U.S. will fittingly include a match of the “sport of kings” at a Santa Barbara polo ground and an evening of hobnobbing with Hollywood's version of royalty, but the couple will also make a stop in Los Angeles’ most plebian neighborhood — Skid Row.
LONDON – Shunning an immediate overseas honeymoon and opting instead for a quiet weekend at a secret British location, Prince William and Kate Middleton made it clear Saturday they want to carve out some space for themselves.
Couple’s traditional balcony kiss may be most-viewed event in history
LONDON - With not one but two kisses and tender whispered words, Prince William and Kate Middleton smiled and blushed Friday as they started their life as future king and queen. A day of seamless pageantry inspired hopes that this royal couple might live happily ever after.
LONDON — With a smile that lit up TV screens around the world, Kate Middleton swept down the aisle to marry Prince William in a union expected to revitalize the British monarchy. Hundreds of thousands then cheered as the royal couple rode an open carriage to Buckingham Palace.
All you lip readers out there had an advantage over the rest of us during the ceremony at Westminster Abbey, where Prince William made a few comments that the microphones didn't catch but British media outlets did.
I admit it: I love Kate Middleton. I love that she defied the usual dating advice and waited years for her prince to come around. I love that she's a commoner but still wears those outrageous feathered hats. Most of all, I love that the hats are the most remarkable thing about her.
Meghan Daum, Los Angeles Times
, April 29, 2011
LONDON — With a smile that lit up TV screens around the world, Kate Middleton swept down the aisle at Westminster Abbey to marry Prince William in a union expected to revitalize the British monarchy. Hundreds of thousands cheered as the future king and queen of England rode an open carriage to Buckingham Palace.
CHICAGO — Americans swept up in royal fever woke long before dawn Friday to eat full English breakfasts and attend British-themed parties across four time zones as they watched Prince William marry longtime sweetheart Kate Middleton.
LONDON — Prince William and Kate Middleton married in Westminster Abbey on Friday as 1 million people packed the streets and an estimated 2 billion more tuned in around the world to witness an event expected to revitalize the British monarchy.
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