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Friday, Feb 10, 2012

William and Kate Seal Marriage with a Kiss

William and Kate Seal Marriage with a Kiss

Prince William and Kate Middleton tied the knot in Westminster Abbey as the world watched.

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By Erin O'Neill

Best Dressed at the Royal Wedding

On Tuesday, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge celebrate their third wedding...View gallery

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Friday, Feb 10, 2012

Best Images of the Royal Wedding

Best Images of the Royal Wedding

A day to remember, in pictures.

Thursday, Oct 23, 2014
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By Laurel Pinson

Shop Pippa Middleton-Inspired Wedding Gowns

Pippa Middleton may have carried her sister's train, but style-wise, she nearly...View gallery

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Friday, Feb 10, 2012

William, Kate Opt for "Staycation"

William, Kate Opt for "Staycation"

As the newlyweds take off, official wedding photographs are released.

Friday, Feb 10, 2012

Kate's McQueen Evening Gown Revealed

Kate's McQueen Evening Gown Revealed

Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge, steps out in a second gown.

Friday, Feb 10, 2012

Royal Newlyweds Take a Spin

Royal Newlyweds Take a Spin

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Friday, Feb 10, 2012

From Flower Girl to Internet Meme in Minutes

From Flower Girl to Internet Meme in Minutes

Welcome to the internet age, royal wedding. How a cute, photobombing flower girl became an internet joke in the blink of an eye.

Friday, Feb 10, 2012

The Royal Wedding ... In Just 3 Minutes

The Royal Wedding ... In Just 3 Minutes

Watch the whole thing in the time it takes to fry an egg.

Friday, Feb 10, 2012

Hat Tricks: Regal Headgear at Wedding

Hat Tricks: Regal Headgear at Wedding

Not everyone wears a crown, you know.

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