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NEW YORK: In pajamas and old wedding gowns, with high tea or a bit of the early morning bubbly, royal watchers in the U.S. and around the globe are fascinator-ready to watch the nuptials of Prince Harry and his fiancee: Meghan Markle. He's the spare to the heir, soon to be booted to sixth in line for the throne, but Harry is forever the people's prince to many inside and outside the Commonwealth who once wondered whether the bad boy of Windsor would ever tie the knot.Dev plans to host a viewing party, complete with mimosas, English tea and pastries, for a small group of friends in her one-bedroom apartment in Philadelphia.Kristin Contino in Philadelphia will be marking the occasion in Windsor. She's flying over for the wedding, husband in tow.Gossip columnist Rob Shuter, a Brit, royal wedding podcaster and former executive editor of OK! Magazine, called the wedding excitement a slow burn in the U.S., though cheeky Harry has always held a special place in the hearts of many.
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