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IMAGES: Treats and tiaras at Britain's royal street parties

Last updated on: April 30, 2011 02:52 IST

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Over 5,000 street parties were in full swing to celebrate the marriage of Prince William and Kate Middleton, breaking out the champagne, beer and cucumber sandwiches in Britain. The Royal fever has gripped the nation like never before.

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Image: Resident and former opera singer Dame Ann Evans sings as the brass band plays Rule Britannia during a street party to celebrate the royal wedding
Photographs: Olivia Harris/Reuters
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Revellers wearing masks of Prince William and Kate participate in a street party at Leonard Street, Shoreditch.

Photographs: Russell Cheyne/Reuters
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Women dressed as bridesmaids and a bride dance at a street party in Eton high street near Windsor castle.

Photographs: Philip Brown/Reuters
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People celebrate the Royal Wedding at a large street party in Eton high street near Windsor castle.


Photographs: Philip Brown/Reuters
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Prime Minister David Cameron catches up with actress Barbara Windsor at a Royal Wedding street party in Downing Street.

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Cameron and wife Samantha invited 90 guests to Number 10 to celebrate Prince William and Kate Middleton's marriage. Guests included children from local schools and representatives of Age UK and Contact the Elderly, as well as young charity fundraisers.


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Partygoers let their hair down as they celebrated the Royal Wedding at St James Park.

Photographs: Marcelo del Pozo/Reuters
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Crowds wearings masks depicting the Prince Willaim and his new wife poured onto the streets in front of Buckingham Palace.

Photographs: Darren Staples/Reuters
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Families pose for photographs during a street party after the Royal wedding in Ilkley, northern England.

Photographs: Nigel Roddis/Reuters
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A girl is seen wearing a Union flag in her hair during a street party after the Royal wedding in Ilkley, northern England.

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Cameron and his wife Samantha join a group of school children during a street party in Downing Street.

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Revellers take a break from the frenzy on Quick Street in Islington, north London.

Photographs: Olivia Harris/Reuters
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Revellers enjoy the street party in Leonard Street, Shoreditch to celebrate the Royal Wedding.

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Wearing facemasks of the Queen, revellers have a ball of a time in London.

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Revellers across the nation decking out their neighbourhoods, closing off their roads to traffic, throwing open their doors to all-comers continued to celebrate the most-talked about wedding in years.

Photographs: Nigel Roddis/Reuters
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