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Millions worldwide watch the Royal Wedding

Thousands of people cheered and waved at the newly wed royal couple while millions of viewers around the world were glued to their TV sets watching he proceedings unfold.

Buckingham Palace announced that Prince William will now be called the Duke of Cambridge while his newly wed wife, Kate Middleton, will become the Duchess of Cambridge. Dressed in pristine white, the Duchess looked spectacular and brought back memories of the glamorous wedding of Charles and Diana.

World leaders were invited to the event while thousands more had traveled from across the world to line up at vantage points to catch a glimpse of this historic moment.

All hotels in central London were packed with tourists and it is anticipated that the revelry will continue into the weekend.

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