Tweets of the day

Celebrities shared their thoughts on the unfolding day by posting messages online. Many took to Twitter to air their views.

Tweets of the day

Radio presenter Lauren Laverne: “Somehow, this coverage is making me depressed in advance about there being nothing else on during the Olympics.”

Writer and comedian Armando Iannucci: “Huge crowds already gathering in London for next Thursday’s referendum.”

Singer Billy Bragg: “Send a wake-up call to all those gathered in Westminster Abbey today — vote Yes to AV on Thursday.”

X Factor judge Louis Walsh: “Everybody loves a great wedding, what an amazing day.”

US burlesque artist Dita Von Teese: “Loving the glamour of the royal wedding. Personally, I’m glad such extravagance in tradition still exists.”

TV presenter Sharon Osbourne: “Just saw Prince William & Prince Harry arrive at Westminster Abbey. Magnificent Men. Diana would be so proud.”

Comedian David Baddiel: “Glad Prince Harry got the fancy dress right this time.”

Broadcaster and satirist Charlie Brooker: “It’s a Spitting Image reunion.”

TV presenter Jonathan Ross: “The dress is very nice and Harry is rocking the best man look. That is an impressive gazebo they have for the royal wedding.”

Singer Paloma Faith: “He’s the cat that got the cream. He just said ‘you look beautiful’. ahhh swoon. I’m melting.”

Actress Rebecca Front: “Harry totally checked Kate out just then.”

Elbow singer and presenter Guy Garvey: ““I hope these two discover that they’re sexually compatible tonight. It can be an important part of a successful marriage.”

Actress Martine McCutcheon: “I’m feeling moved. Keep thinking of the wonderful Diana looking over her boys and the gorgeous Kate... So proud to be British.”

TV presenter Piers Morgan: “One overriding thought watching this magnificent occasion: The British monarchy is back.”

Broadcaster and wit Stephen Fry (choosing to watch the Snooker World Championship instead): “Sh! Frame 14 under way. You could cut the tension with a Black and Decker tension cutter.”

Actor James Corden: “I know for a fact that Kate and Wills first dance is Make You Feel My Love by Adele.”

Sports presenter Clare Balding: “Poor Posh. She is trying so hard not to smile because she doesn’t like her face when she does — but she desperately wants to.”

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