Queen’s stern comment about Kate and William’s wedding ceremony unmasked by lip reader

Kate Middleton ‘played peacemaker’ says royal expert

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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will celebrate their tenth wedding anniversary this week. The couple has enjoyed a long union after meeting as teenagers at St Andrews University in 2002 and later welcoming three adorable children, Prince George, 7, Princess Charlotte, 5, and Prince Louis, 3. Millions of people also tuned in to watch the Queen and other members of the Royal Family gather for their extravagant marriage ceremony on 29 April 2011 at Westminster Abbey.

However, lip reader Tina Lannin suggested her Majesty may have made a couple of comments away from the television microphones during the ceremony about Kate and William’s big day.

She told CBS News that the Queen said: “I wanted them to take the smaller carriage.”

However, Camilla responded with a more positive thought, as she said: “It all went very well.”

The Queen replied: “Very well.”

The lip-reader also captured Kate and William’s excitement as they took their carriage ride around London and to well-wishers who had waited hours to catch a glimpse of them.

William is believed to have said: “I hope I remember … It’s mad, it’s mad! Oh my goodness it … really loudly here (unclear) these people are clapping.”

Kate then asks: “Did they?”

Later, William turned to his wife and says: “You look happy.”

The pair had been together as a couple for eight years before they announced their engagement on November 16, 2010.

More than 5,000 street parties were held throughout the UK to celebrate the royal wedding 10 years ago.

Around one million people also lined the route between Westminster Abbey and Buckingham Palace to catch a glimpse of the future king and queen.

The former Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr Rowan Williams married William and Kate in front of a guest list of around 1,900 people.

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Two years after their wedding, William and Kate welcomed their first child, Prince George.

He was followed by Princess Charlotte two years later and then Prince Louis in 2018.

Kate and William are expected to hold low-key anniversary celebrations as the UK is still battling the Covid pandemic.

The Cambridge family also celebrated Louis’ third birthday last week.

To celebrate the young royal turning three on Friday his parents released a photo of him on the first day of nursery.

Louis can be seen gripping the handlebars of his bike in the photo which was captured by his photographer, mum Kate.

Kate also proved she has become a crucial part of the Royal Family over the years as she was recently described as the “glue holding a lot of it together”.

A source said: “Behind the scenes, she is the glue holding a lot of it together.

“She’s not one for drama, but more so the listener who will come up with a plan of action. Perhaps she will be the uniting force for the brothers to heal their divide.

“She wouldn’t want things to carry on the way they are, despite the things that have been said.

“Kate has always enjoyed such a fabulous relationship with her own family. She speaks to her parents, brother and sister all the time, so it’s second nature.

“And she doesn’t see why William and her children shouldn’t have that as well.”

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