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Slideshow: The world watches the royal wedding

Billions of people watched the British royal wedding today – from Kabul to Novia Scotia.

THE WEDDING OF Britain’s Prince William to Kate Middleton earlier today has achieved the mind-boggling title of the largest event in internet history – ever.

Watched live by an estimated two billion people, and celebrated by citizens from Norfolk to New Dehli, it isn’t that hard to see how. But thankfully for Kate, the most important aspect of the day (the dress of course) was well received.

We’ve put together a slideshow of the jubilation across the world today…

Slideshow: The world watches the royal wedding
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  • Maine, USA

  • Kabul, Afghanistan

  • New Dehli, India

  • London, UK

  • Kandahar, Afghanistan

  • Zhejiang province, China

  • Paris, France

  • Magalluf Beach, Mallorca

  • Baghdad, Iraq

  • Sydney, Australia

  • Wells-next-the-sea, Norfolk

  • Berlin, Germany

  • Hong Kong

  • Hong Kong

  • Ghent, Belgium

  • Los Angeles, USA

  • London, UK

  • Tel Aviv, Israel

  • Tel Aviv, Israel

  • Nova Scotia, Canada

  • Best wishes from Croatia

  • St Helena, California, USA

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