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YouTube Goes Royal, Wedding Live Streaming

Today is April 29th, and it seems as if everyone has gone Prince William and Miss Catherine Middleton mad, and it was no surprise that YouTube Goes Royal. A wedding live stream can be seen on this official channel on this special day, which does not only have the UK nation gripped, but the U.S. and other countries as well.

In just over an hour’s time the live streaming coverage will begin, with both YouTube and St. James’s Palace working close with each other. This will make the event more accessible than any other royal wedding in the past, which could mean a larger audience. This will mean that if you are stuck at work, you might be able to have a glimpse of the proceedings during your break.

We already know that the service will take place at Westminster Abbey; if you click here you will be able to learn more about the route of the procession. Good luck getting there now though, as it will be a nightmare trying to get into London today. If you have a little message you wish to send to the happy couple, then you can do so here.

If for some reason you have a problem getting onto YouTube today, then do not worry, as there are other ways to watch the Live Stream. Two for the U.S. are CNN.com and E! Online. For those in the UK, you can watch the Royal Wedding live on their website here or even on the BBC website.

Will you be watching the Royal Wedding today?

Written by Peter Chubb

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