Reading & Leeds Festivals Ditches Rock For Hip Hop & Pop & Some Fans Are Not Happy

Last weekend's royal wedding of Prince Harry and American actress Meghan Markle included pomp and circumstance like the bride arriving in a horse-drawn carriage, an abundance of celebrity guests, a breathtaking wedding gown and outrageous hats. 

While commentators freely offered up their opinions on what was happening every second of the ceremony, many carefully watched the royals to try to decipher what they were whispering to one another. 

Luckily, A Bad Lip Reading satirically redubbed Prince Harry, Markle, Prince William, Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby, Bishop Michael Bruce Curry and others with the kind of dialogue we wish they'd uttered, in a video released this week.

As Prince Harry waits with his brother Prince William in an empty chapel, they have a brief chat, which Bad Lip Reading interpreted as about all the animals Harry has killed over the years -- apparently 1,693 giraffes.

When the happy couple spoke their vows, it was actually all about Hogwarts.

A Bad Lip Reading gives us the royal wedding we wish we heard. © Provided by CNET A Bad Lip Reading gives us the royal wedding we wish we heard.

"Who is your favorite Harry Potter character?" the archbishop asked in the video.  

"Hagrid," Prince Harry replied.

"Hagrid," Markle answered.

"Not correct." Archbishop replied.

But the best lip-reading interpretation has to be Bishop Curry's passionate sermon about love, which now seems was all about hot dogs. 

The video also offers some well-edited reaction shots from audience members including singer Sir Elton John and soccer star David Beckham. 

If only royal weddings were really this amusing.

Source :

Bad Lip Reading hilariously redubs Prince Harry's royal wedding
'The Alchemist'? LeBron James is better off reading these books right now
Third-grade reading scores on FSA exam fall in 2018
Announcing the 5th annual TMC African Politics Summer Reading Spectacular
Harvey Weinstein’s Bizarre Arrest Day Reading List Includes Bio of Hollywood Pariah Elia Kazan
Indigo Love of Reading Foundation Announces $1.5 million commitment to 2018 Literacy Fund Grant Recipients with Community Celebrations across Canada
The Joy of Reading Philip Roth, Riffer, Rhetorical Flamethrower, Super-Monologuist
Third-grade FSA reading scores on fall in 2018