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Thursday, April 28, 2011

Watch Royal Wedding Live Online on You Tube - Prince Williams and Kate Middleton Wedding Details Unveiled


The upcoming Royal Wedding of Prince Williams and Kate Middleton is the much talked about event of the decade and probably the biggest wedding ceremony to take place this month. The date for the wedding has been set as 29th of April 2011 and will be broadcast live online by the Royalchannel on You tube. The whole event that is scheduled to take place at the Westminster Abbey will take about four hours of coverage from 10:am to 2:00pm and will also be chronicled on facebook, flickr and the official website. The entire event will also be accompanied by a live blog commentary that will be put together by the staff at Clarence House and St. James Palace. That's not all, there will be a video wedding book that will be offered to the public to sign in. So, be sure to watch this grand wedding ceremony live online. There are just 8 days left to the countdown.

Prince Williams and Kate Middleton's Royal Wedding

There have been more detailed announcements made at the BBC news website regarding the wedding preparations. Clarence House said that "the route of the carriage procession would pass along The Mall, Horse Guards Road, Horse Guards Parade, through Horse Guards Arch, Whitehall, along the south side of Parliament Square and into Broad Sanctuary. More details of the entire procession and the exact time table is as follows: (provided at the link above)

* 1015 - The groom and Prince Harry arrive at Westminster Abbey
* 1051 - The bride, and her father, leave the Goring Hotel for the abbey
* 1100 - The marriage service begins
* 1230 - The bride's carriage procession arrives at Buckingham Palace
* 1325 - The Queen and the bride and groom appear on the balcony
* 1330 - Fly past by the Royal Air Force and Battle of Britain Memorial Flight


Get the entire layout and map of the carriage procession as it goes along the wedding route that has been planned for the grand occassion. It starts from the Buckingham Palace to the mall, and ends at the Westminster Abbey. Well, obviously such a grand occasion next to only the Princess Diana's wedding ceremony will be a cause for celebrations for the entire country and its citizens, and therefore calls for a national holiday, which has already been declared. "With an extra day off for the royal wedding coming straight after the Easter weekend, lots of people only need to take three days leave to get 11 days off work." 

This wedding reminds us of all the other royal weddings that have taken place so far in the history of the British royal family. You can relive those memories by taking a look at the pictures of the royal weddings along with clips from the BBC television and Radio programmes. Most of these royal events were watched by millions on television as they became a global event.

Kate Middleton and her family's social status has suddenly been elevated due to her engagement to Prince Williams who is the next heir to the throne, thereby making her the potential future queen of England. To honor this status her father Michael commissioned a Coat of Arms that features three acorn sprigs, one for each of the Middletons' children to mark his daughter's marriage to Prince William on 29th April. It cost about £4,400 to make this coat of arms.

With the preparations in full swing and all the arrangements that have to be made for such a grand scale global event, there can be no scope for any last minute surprises to mar the event. The biggest worry is the weather, of course. One wouldn't want sudden rain showers to spoil the whole procession. So all eyes are on the weather department to forecast a bright sunny day on 29th April. But what does the Met Office have to say?

"The outlook from the data provider for BBC Weather is optimistic. "We're in the midst of a pretty good spell of weather. I think there's little change from what we've got now, condition-wise - with high pressure seemingly dominating across the UK particularly across the south," says Barry Gromett from the Met Office.

"It looks reasonably promising. I wouldn't like to put any real detail on it this far away but it's looking that the chances are we'll get good conditions, light winds, temperatures in the teens. It doesn't look like a complete wash-out.""  Read the full Report.

For more details about the wedding, you can head to The Royal Channel on you tube, which has been named as the official channel of the British Monarchy to broadcast Prince Williams, Catherine Middleton wedding live online. Here you can find the links to the live broadcast, the procession map, and the wedding book. There is also an opportunity for you to send your message to Prince Williams and Kate Middleton with the help of a video that you can upload to the site. Just make sure to upload your messages well before the end of the wedding, if you want them to be seen by the "happy couple".

Well, this royal wedding is not just all glitz and glamour. There is a noble side to it, which is in the form of The Charitable Gift Fund set up by the happy couple, Prince Williams and Kate Middleton, to support the five causes selected by them. Anyone who wishes to send the couple a wedding gift can consider doing so in the form of a donation to any one of these causes. You can learn more about this charitable gift fund at the link provided. http://www.royalweddingcharityfund.org/faqs.php

The Official website for the entire event, news and details:


Original article posted on Xomba.


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