Watch The Royal Wedding This Friday!
After months of preparations and worldwide anticipation, Britain’s Prince William and Miss Catherine Middleton will tie the knot this Friday, April 29, at Westminster Abbey.
Official engagement photos of Prince William and Miss Catherine Middleton taken by photographer Mario Testino.
Wherever you are, you can watch all the wedding action, as the entire Royal Wedding will be streamed live (and repeasted) on YouTube at The Royal Channel. The festivities begin at 10 a.m. London Time, which is 5 a.m. EST for us Floridians. All of the local and national news television stations will begin Royal Wedding coverage around 4 a.m.
As well as watching The Royal Wedding online and via your television, you can also follow these for more updates….
The Royal Wedding Website
The Royal site – click here – is chock-full of information, photos and video on the famous couple and the upcoming nuptials. This Friday, they will post updates, announcements and any ‘official’ information on the Royal Wedding.
The Royal account, @ClarenceHouse, will provide updates throughout the day of the wedding and post links to the live blog and live video stream. Follow the hashtag #rw2011 for complete coverage, or use it in your post to send the Royal couple a message.
The British Monarchy’s Facebookpage was recently redesigned to offer up-to-date info on the Royal Wedding, as well as create a new ‘event’ that gives fans a way to “virtually” attend the wedding.
If you want to get all the fresh photos of William and Kate, turn to Royal Flickr account. Photos have been posted of both William and Kate as a couple, their childhood and their families. On Friday, photos will be posted of the wedding day including the ceremony, the processional route, hidden corners of Westminster Abbey and the unusual views from inside and outside of Buckingham Palace.
Congratulations to Prince William and Miss Catherine!
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