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What Did William Say to Kate, Harry Say to William at the Altar? Lip Reader Figures It Out!

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What did William say to Kate at the altar?

For royal wedding watchers wondering “What did William say to Kate at the altar?” or “What did Harry say to William at the altar when Kate came down the aisle?”… a lip reader has all of the inside information!

There were some whispers exchanged between Kate Middleton and Prince William, Prince Harry and Prince William, Pippa Middleton and Kate that weren’t picked up by microphones.

Here’s the royal wedding transcript, according to professional lip reader Tina Lannin, who has worked for 7 years as a forensic lip reader:

10:20 a.m., Prince William: “Looking forward to it.” William to Harry, “Shall we go in then?

Prince Harry: “Sure, everyone has arrived.”

William (to Bishop): “Make sure everything’s alright. It’s beautiful the way it is.”

11:00 a.m., Pippa Middleton to Kate: “You look amazing.”

Michael Middleton to Kate Middleton as they entered Westminster Abbey: “You okay?”

Kate Middleton replies: “Yeah.”

11:05 a.m.

Prince Harry says to William at the altar as Kate comes down the aisle: “Right, here she is now.”

William to Kate at the altar: “You look lovely …(unclear)… You look beautiful.”

William jokes to Michael Middleton: “We’re supposed to have just a small family affair.”

After getting into the carriage, Kate Middleton says to William: “Now, are you happy?”

William: “Yes … (unclear conversation) … wave to everybody.”

Later in the wedding carriage, Kate Middleton says to William: “You look happy.”

1:30 p.m. on Buckingham Palace balcony, Kate Middleton: “Oh wow.”

William: “Alright? You’ll be okay?”

Kate: “Oh I’m fine, thank you.”

William: “Yeah! Yeah! There’s a lot of people down here.” To Kate: “Okay? Look at me, let’s kiss, okay.”

Before the second kiss, William to Kate Middleton: “One more.”

Then after the kiss: “That’s it, come on!”

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