Royal Air Force planes fly over Buckingham Palace

LONDON - Prince William and Catherine Middleton are now husband and wife.

The two exchanged vows today and took the titles of Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.

As they stood on the balcony at Buckingham Palace for the famous first kiss, three Royal Air Force planes did a fly over.

The royal couple will live on the remote Welsh island of Anglesey.

William has been quietly working as a Royal Air Force search and rescue helicopter pilot, based on the island since early last year.

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