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Looks like someone's got a crush on Prince William...

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Katy Perry showed off her kooky royal wedding-inspired manicure on Friday.

The pop singer posted a photo of her nail art to her Twitter and Facebook pages with the message, "In honor of the Royal Wedding, I present you... My royal NAILS! CONGRATS!"

The decals feature photos of William with Kate Middleton, his late mother Princess Diana and brother Prince Harry.

Back in March, Perry, who's married to British comedian Russell Brand, spoke to the U.K.'s 95-106 Capital FM radio station about her obsession. "I'm not invited, but am I going to be there? Yes!" Adding, "I'm definitely crashing that wedding."

Too bad the songstress didn't make it to the event. We would have loved to have seen her hat.





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