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The cameras could only get so close during the Royal Wedding between Prince Harry and Meghan Markle and therefore it was left to lip readers to determine what everyone was whispering to each other.
Now it's been revealed, or at least heavily deduced, what brothers Harry and William were saying to each other at the altar before bride Meghan walked into St George's Chapel in Windsor.
The Metro reports that Will leaned to Harry and said: "Do you remember when Mum used to say...?"
And before he could finish his sentence, the Duke of Sussex said: "Yeah, I know."
While is nice that the Royal brothers got to spare a moment to recall a touching memory about their mum, the late Princess Diana, sadly us mere mortals will never know what she 'used to say'.
It certainly wasn't the only reference to the former Princess of Wales during the ceremony as Harry and Meghan made sure to pay tribute to her in many ways.
A hymn that was played during her funeral was also played at the ceremony, Meghan's bouquet was filled with forget-me-nots - one of Diana's favourite flowers - and the bride was also wearing an aquamarine ring at the reception that belonged to the princess.
Other things that lip readers were focusing their attention on was what Harry said to Meghan when she arrived at the altar. A lot of people thought the Royal said, 'I'm shitting it', but it was later revealed that he said that Meghan looked amazing and that he was so lucky.
Another moment that sparked a flurry on social media was after the ceremony while the newlyweds were travelling through Windsor in a horse drawn carriage.
As the carriage pulled into the grounds of Windsor Castle and away from the throngs of people, Harry - according to lip reader Tina Lannin - told his wife: "I'm ready for a drink now."
Quite frankly, we don't blame him. It must be stressful enough saying your vows in front of your nearest and dearest, let alone the entire world.
Prince Charles also allegedly asked if Meghan was okay and told her she looked lovely as he walked her down that massive aisle. When they got to the altar, Harry reportedly said: "Thank you, Pa."
These are all conclusion from lip readers who have done their best to look at the tiny movements of these people's faces. They could either be spot on or way off - but at least we can stop guessing ourselves.
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