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Crowds hope for glimpse of Swedish Princess on her wedding day

ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) STORY: People gathered outside the Royal Palace in Stockholm on Saturday to catch a glimpse of Princess Madeleine as she marries New York banker Christopher O'Neill. Some of them had been waiting since early morning. Throughout the day, more and more people gathered outside the palace in the Old Town where the wedding, attended by European royals and socialites from across the Atlantic, will take place at 1600 local time (1400 GMT). Exchange student Juliane Redinger from the United States was sitting with her friends on a wall to get a better view. She said she had come to see the wedding because it was "cool". "Because it's cool I guess. She's the princess of Sweden and she's getting married, that's cool. And to an American, that's the best part," she said. The 30-year-old Princess Madeleine, who earned a reputation for partying in her 20s, will marry Christopher O'Neill, 38, who was born and raised in Britain but a

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