Joe and Margaret Jones of Lexington showed off their Prince William and Kate masks, which were held up by plastic forks, during a royal wedding party held at L.V. Harkness & Co., 531 West Short Street in Lexington Friday. The crowd gathered before 5 a.m. to see Prince William marry Kate Middleton.
Joe and Margaret Jones of Lexington showed off their Prince William and Kate masks, which were held up by plastic forks, during a royal wedding party held at L.V. Harkness & Co., 531 West Short Street in Lexington Friday. The crowd gathered before 5 a.m. to see Prince William marry Kate Middleton.
Joe and Margaret Jones of Lexington showed off their Prince William and Kate masks, which were held up by plastic forks, during a royal wedding party held at L.V. Harkness & Co., 531 West Short Street in Lexington Friday. The crowd gathered before 5 a.m. to see Prince William marry Kate Middleton.

Locals celebrate royal wedding with tea, British visitors

April 30, 2011 12:00 AM

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