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With bridesmaids and page boys ranging in age from three to 10, Friday's service surely brought lots of aww's and giggles from the royal wedding congregation.

Prince William's best man, Prince Harry, and Kate Middleton's maid of honor, her younger sister Pippa, seemed to keep the ranks in line.

Browse our gallery of the members of William and Kate's wedding party:




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Royal Wedding Videos

  • WINDSORES THE FIRST

    THIS IS A REPULSIVE EXAMPLE OF PRIVLEDGE AND WEALTH....FOR THE MEDIA TO FOLLOW THIS DISGUSTING SPECTACLE AS IF IT MEANS ANYTHING, IS DUMB AND REPELLANT.

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  • BARAK OBAMA

    WHAAAAAA NO ONE LOVES ME!!! I NEED MONEY FOR MY GUETTO WEDING!!

  • Ash

    Your ENVY is DISGUSTING & ugly. Choke on it it you must.

  • Linda

    BLOODY HE** WHAT IS YOUR PROBLEM???!! Your envy, jeoulsy, mean streak and nasty personality that you are is showing big time you horrid little wretch. IF you do not like it tooooo bad. Obviously you do not know or understand the British at all or you would not be acting as you are...so childish to say the least. It is not our business what the Royals do and who the heck are you to judge them as you are I ask? I personally have a best mate in England and the Royals to them are very special and important to the Brisith people there...so if you do not have anyhting nice to say about this Royal wedding why not just keep that daft little piehole of your shut you daft little wanker you. Just sod off for your nasty comment. I am happy for William and Kate and whatever money is spent is again not your business at all...it is their business and the country of Englands business. Sod off yet again you daft little wanker of a twit!

  • maxiesmom067

    You tell 'em Linda! England should be very proud of Princes William & Harry. They give back to mankind in so many ways, as their Mother did. (Unlike most of the lowlife garbage that passes for "celebrity" in the US).

  • kircherudolf

    the best part of this royale-with-cheese wedding is that they snubbed the jackäss obama and his screwy wife.

  • Jeanie

    I never write these things but you are the dumbest, uncaring writer I have ever seen! I am an American; I get goose bumps when the national anthem is played; i cherish "traditions" with my family and friends, just as the British cherish their traditions. You obviously have no family or traditional values.

  • cassandra

    sorry you cannot be happy for the young couple, as for me i will watch, weather permitting, for in these days of such doom and gloom , such happiness is uplifting...

  • wtf

    If you don't like it then don't follow it.

  • ivan gordon

    ITS CALLED THE FANTASY OF LIFE EVERYONE DREAMS ABOUT IT SOME DO IT.

  • Noreen

    could you now foreverver hereafter hold your tongue as it is vicious and toxic and smells of resentment and jealousy. Billions can be spent on Presidential elections and not a peep about the wastefulness especially as those produce such ineffectual leaders. Get a life

  • suzyq

    ah.. don't be a jealous hater. you can't hate the world for wanting a little love, romance and beauty with so much hate around us.

  • Donna

    Wouldn't it be an absolute RIOT if these two just eloped instead?? All the unnecessary fanfare for nothing...hahahahaha!!!

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  • Robin

    Obviously some people don't appreciate what the Royals stand for. With their recent bad press this wedding is going to be a new beginning. I for one will be getting up early tomorrow to watch the events as they happen. I wish them the best and can't wait for Harrys' turn..

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  • Carole B Martin

    agree , that is ther heritage and we have ours. go for it and wish them well and a long and happy marriage. can't wait to see it all.

  • Scp

    This wedding has absolutely no bearing on any of us here in this country. I for one wil not be going out of my way to watch any of it. I couldn't care less about his farse of a wedding. It is going to ruin television all day tomorrow. Can't wait until it is over.

  • Sally

    Scp--I'm pretty confident there will be all kinds of things on cable tomorrow so your TV isn't ruined! Heaven forbid you should miss an inane talk show or soap (I was pretty put off by the March Madness basketball coverage, myself!)
    And I, for one, have interests in things going on in the world outside my own little neck of the woods. Just because it isn't happening in the US or have anything to do with me personally, I actually have curiousity about things not directly affecting me!

    And to everyone who is so bugged that this is getting so much news coverage when there is so much awful stuff going on in the world: Yes, there is war and famine and poverty and murder and natural disaster and terrorism. Guess what? There has been forever--for as long as people have been on earth. And yet some of us manage to haul ourselves out of bed every morning and put a smile on our faces and get on with life. There is nothing wrong with caring about the little bit of fun and happy news out there in between all the suffering--it's a good way to make it through the day. If it doesn't interest you, then don't read about it, change the channel, get a hobby. Try, really try, to have a nice day!

  • mason younG

    I'm just wild about Harry...

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  • David W

    Agreed! Take a number! Hehehehe.

  • rob

    boy, some stupid looking hats

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