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In 1981, Prince Charles and Diana shared the most memorable royal wedding moment when they broke protocol and kissed on the balcony of Buckingham Palace. Prince William and Kate Middleton followed in their footsteps and puckered up -- twice! -- for the billions of well-wishers watching. Browse our photo gallery of past balcony moments:

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  • Cheri

    .......And Diana smiled down upon her eldest child as he became a husband, friend, lover and future King. At least ONE of her dreams came we wait for Harry's turn.


    PIPPA AND HARRY?? Now wouldnt that be nice!

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