After being glued to big screen TVs in the pubs and bars across the capital for the royal wedding, revellers in London's gay district have spilled out onto the streets and now "the party can really begin".
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INTERNATIONAL PAPERS, Friday 29th April, 2011. For some, it is get out the sick bag time, for others a moment not to be missed. Britain's royal wedding dominates the world's papers. Two billion TV viewers are watching two people hitch up today. Papers suggest the battle of the sexes is rampant, with women gooey eyed and men not keen.
FRENCH PAPERS, Fri., 29th April, 2011: the Marrakesh bombing shares the front pages with the wedding of the century. Papers argue the attack in Morocco is a blow to the democratic aspirations of people in the Arab world. And, the French, curious at the British royal extravaganza, remain fascinated by the kitsch daring to ask: have they consummated before getting to the altar?
Prince William, second in line to the British throne, married Catherine Middleton on Friday in a ceremony at Westminster Abbey in London. It is estimated that two billion viewers worldwide tuned in to watch the event.