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A Kenyan hotel is charging $10,000 for guests to watch the royal wedding on TV

A Kenyan hotel is charging $10,000 for guests to watch the royal wedding on TV


Many on social media argued ticket fees for the event were higher than the cost of attending the wedding in the UK

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