Pictures: How William and Kate’s royal wedding was celebrated by Londoners

14:23 29 April 2012

Prince William and Kate Middleton during their wedding at Westminster Abbey, London

Prince William and Kate Middleton during their wedding at Westminster Abbey, London

As William and Kate celebrate their first anniversary, London24 looks back at how the capital celebrated the royal wedding on April 29, 2011.

Browse the gallery below to see photos from the street parties and other celebrations which took place all around London.

While the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's wedding attracted worldwide attention and was one of the biggest events of last year, it was the way people in local communities got behind it which made the day truly special.

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