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Wedding a royally quaint affair

Zara Phillips has married England rugby star Mike Tindall but Britain's second royal wedding of the year was largely a low-key affair.

Monaco prepares for royal wedding fever

Tens of thousands of tourists are expected to watch Prince Albert of Monaco and former Olympic swimmer Charlene Wittstock marry in Monaco this week.

Love is in the air amid war

What disparate times we live in. Two Fridays ago we were all glued to our television screens as Prince William and Kate said "I will".

Prince William heads back to work after wedding

Prince William was expected back at work on Tuesday after he and his new wife Catherine headed back to their secluded island home.

US media renews its romance with the British royals

In the land of the free, United States broadcasters assumed viewers would be in thrall to the royal wedding.

Royal couple delay honeymoon after lavish wedding

Following a spectacular royal wedding that dazzled the world, Prince William will go back to work as a search-and-rescue pilot next week.

France covers royal wedding with typical republican irony

Karl Lagerfeld criticises dresses as comments on United Kingdom spending cuts and unemployment crop up during media commentating.

Prince William and Kate Middleton marry

Prince William and Kate Middleton exchanged vows in Westminster Abbey on Friday in Britain's biggest royal wedding in decades.

Will and Kate in biggest royal wedding for 30 years

Prince William and Kate Middleton marry on Friday in Britain's biggest royal wedding for 30 years, watched by over a million spectators in London.

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