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Kate Middleton and Prince William wed early Friday morning in front of 1900 people at Westminster Abbey with millions more watching around the world. In the weeks leading up to the wedding the rumor mill was abuzz with who designed the dress. The designer was revealed as Kate stepped out of the car: Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen. "The mystery of the dress is over," Piers Morgan exclaimed. FULL POST
Tonight, Piers Morgan helps us relive the royal wedding with a two hour special. In this clip Prince William arrives at Westminster Abbey with his brother Prince Harry. Anderson Cooper, joining Piers this morning, commented "there really is a sense that these two have been raised differently than previous generations of royals." FULL POST
Last night Piers Morgan took us behind the gates of Buckingham Palace for a sneak peak at wedding details. Piers sat down with singer George Michael to get an update on the song he dedicated to William and Kate. How many downloads has he seen on his site since the song was released? "I think about 200," Michael said. "Ultimately I've heard that they like it and that's the most important thing." He has been told that the song will be played at their reception. FULL POST
Piers Morgan has been hosting his prime time show each night, leading the full CNN wedding broadcast this morning – but he's also filing iReports. Above, some of Piers' speech at his pub, The Hansom Cab, Thursday night, about growing up around beer.
And check out Piers Morgan's other iReport from the week – in which he gives a tour of CNN's "Buckingham Palace bureau."
After his interview with Piers Morgan last night, we asked George Michael about his recent use of Twitter. "I quite like it," he said. "My Twitter people are really the reason the track 'You and I' came about." He also talked about the way Twitter helps deal with the press.
And here's George Michael's appearance on "Piers Morgan Tonight" last night, in which he talks about the reaction to his royal wedding song:
Piers Morgan interviewed Household Cavalry Commander Col. Stuart Cowen about the royal wedding and his involvement. "You train, you rehearse, like all things you do," Col. Cowen said. And of Prince William: "It's a huge privilege to have him in our regiment."
You can read more about the Household Cavalry Mounted Regiment at www.facebook.com/hcmr.
We are one day away from the royal wedding and Piers Morgan is as ready as ever for the big day. Tonight he sits down with old friends and new including George Michael, Andrew Lloyd Webber, Alexander of Serbia, the infamous Lord Sugar and more. Who is Lord Sugar? "I am the person that actually coached you to win the U.S. apprentice," he says. FULL POST
Piers Morgan is in London this week covering the royal wedding. Last night he sat down with a host of stars including Sharon Osbourne, Katie Nicholl, Marco Pierre White, Matthew Fox and more. Nicholl, our royal correspondent, had all the juicy details on the post-party plans.
"Three of the rooms in the palace are going to be turned into a nightclub," Nicholl said. Middleton's sister Pippa is a party planner "so she knows what shes doing." Pippa's requests include "glitter balls." Nicholl said "it's gonna rock until the early hours." FULL POST
"Piers Morgan Tonight" royal wedding correspondent Katie Nicholl has been giving viewers a look at all the details about the upcoming wedding, and now she answers your questions.
@Dineshriepillay asks what Kate Middleton will do after the wedding, in her professional career? "We all want to know what Kate will do once this wedding's out of the way," said Nicholl. "Kate will probably take some time choosing the charities that she wants to be the patron of." And will Kate be cutting her hair short? FULL POST
Tonight Piers Morgan sits down with Dame Edna Everage for an exciting interview. In the interview they talk royalty from the upcoming nuptials to Prince Charles and Camilla's relationship. While Dame Edna may be "a teeny little bit bored" by the royal wedding coverage she thinks "the royal couple, frankly, will be glad that it's over." FULL POST