Clarence House launced the special Royal wedding website yesterday
With Prince William and Kate Middleton’s wedding day drawing near, Clarence House has launched an official Royal Wedding website, Twitter and Facebook page, set to feature all the latest updates on April’s big event.
And that’s not all. A spokesman also confirmed the Royals are considering streaming the nuptials live over the internet, for all around the country to see.
Bringing the royal family bang up to date, the royal wedding website – officialroyalwedding2011.org – includes all the latest news on William and Kate’s nuptials, as well as footage – hosted via the famous family’s new YouTube channel – of the couple’s first interviews, and recent engagements.
Lucky users can also take a virtual tour of Buckingham Palace, and have a good look around many of the famous Royal residence’s 755 rooms.
And the piece de résistance? It’s thought the sparkling new website could even host a live stream of William and Kate’s wedding, allowing them to share their special day with thousands around the country.
A spokesman confirmed the modern makeover – reportedly paid for by Prince Charles – was driven by the interest in the younger members of the royal family, and the public’s ‘insatiable appetite’ for royal wedding news.
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