Lip readers decode the couple’s private Royal Wedding conversations!
Prince William and Kate Middleton were able to whisper a few private words to each other during April 29’s Royal Wedding ceremony, and lip readers have uncovered the truth behind what they spoke about on their big day — and it may shock you!
William took charge of the ceremony at one point, instructing his beautiful bride, “Okay? Look at me, let’s kiss, okay.” He later instructed her to “wave to everybody.”
One exchange came when the two newlyweds struggled with how to best represent themselves while riding in the carriage after the ceremony. William, 28, whispered, “I don’t think you should bow quite yet. I think you should just bow your head, okay?”
Kate, 29, did as he suggested and retorted with, “Okay. Thank you. Now are you happy?”
Realizing he had maybe stepped on the toes of his independent woman, William professed his love to her, saying, “Yes! Yes! It was a beautiful service! It really was. It was amazing…was amazing…am so proud…you’re my wife! It’s mad! Oh my goodness it…really loudly here…these people are clapping.”
We love how Kate’s not afraid to speak her mind — she’s such a strong woman!
Perhaps the sassiest lady at the event? Queen Elizabeth, who apparently quipped about the royal couple, “I wanted them to take a smaller carriage!”
— William Earl
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