Royal wedding: William drives bride in Aston Martin

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Prince William has driven his newly titled bride the Duchess of Cambridge from Buckingham Palace to Clarence House in a car festooned with balloons and L-plates.

The convertible Aston Martin, which belongs to Prince Charles, had been decorated with red, white and blue ribbons and bore a number plate reading JU5T WED.

The couple, leaving the palace after their buffet wedding reception for 650 people hosted by the Queen, were followed by some of the prince's RAF colleagues in a Sea King helicopter.

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