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First royal wedding of the internet age

YouTube to stream royal wedding live

Google announced that YouTube would stream the upcoming royal wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton.

The live stream will begun at 10AM British Summer Time on Friday the 29th and will follow the wedding procession, marriage ceremony at Westminster Abbey and is said to even include a "balcony kiss".

The search giant also said that interest in the royal wedding could be seen worldwide according to search requests with the Top ten list of countries including Canada, Australia, the United States and Singapore.

Google pointed out that the upcoming wedding is the first to occur in the "internet age". The Royal House has realised the effectiveness in using the video streaming service with the smart looking Royal Channel on YouTube already featuring a video guest book for well wishers.

On the day the Royal Channel will also run live blog commentary and the entire footage will be made available to watch afterwards for those in inconvenient time zones.

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