The Royal Wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton at Westminster Abbey

Royal Wedding 2011: Prince William and Kate Middleton and Guest ListPrince William and Kate Middleton have been pronounced husband and wife at Westminister Abbey in London. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, as they will now be known, made their vows in front of 1,900 guests and the eyes of the world.

The Royal Wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton at Westminster Abbey, is over driving media frenzy all over the world. Royal Wedding is the Talk of The Town everywhere, be it conventional Print media of Newspapers, Broadcast Media of Radio and Television, or New Emerging Media of Internet and Online Streaming.

Even Google has caught the Royal Wedding fever, as its video sharing site YouTube has streamed the wedding of Britain's Prince William and Catherine Middleton live on April, 29 2011 0900 GMT, while the Royal Household streamed it on their Official YouTube Royal Channel.


Royal Wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton Live Stream Coverage

The wedding is streamed live on YouTube as part of an operation to make it the most accessible royal event in history. Live updates and unique material was also released on the official royal wedding website, through the British Monarchy’s picture-sharing Flickr account, Twitter and Facebook. For the first time, broadcast footage of a royal wedding was streamed in real time on The Royal Channel accompanied by a live multi-media blog put together by St James’s Palace.

Royal Wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton on Live Stream

Viewers will be able to click to get more information about points of interest along the processional route, for example, or see additional photographs of the happy couple.

Members of the public also uploade their videoed messages of congratulations on an official "Wedding Book:, also on YouTube, which will be shown to the couple.

Asked whether Kate and William were frequent users of online media and if they would be changing their status of Facebook from single to married, the spokesman laughed but declined to comment, saying it was a matter for the couple.

The announcement of the live stream comes as a royal wedding video book was launched for well wishers to leave messages of support for the couple and official bunting was put up in central London to mark the coming nuptials.

Royal Wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton on Live Stream

Scores of Union Flags have been hoisted above Regent Street in celebration of the forthcoming wedding and the bunting be viewed by an audience of millions, including YouTube users.

Aides say William and Kate had taken a close interest in the use of social media to broadcast the wedding. The couple used Twitter to announce their engagement in November and keep the public informed. A spokesman for William at St James’s Palace said of the couple:
They have been consulted throughout on all the technical things we are doing. They will be interested to see the Wedding Book at some stage in the future.

Channel 5 Movie: William and Kate

William and Kate – The film, which follows the couple from their very first meeting at St Andrews University, through the trials and tribulations of their relationship, was made by Lifestyle in the US, and aired on Channel 5 on this side of the pond.

Royal Wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton Channel 5 Movie: William and Kate

At 1hour 45minutes once the inevitable ad breaks which come with made for TV movies are added in, the film feels long, and perhaps it would be more easily digested in an hour, as currently its cringe inducing style just feels like it outstays it’s welcome.

The film also takes some serious liberties with the truth for the sake of keeping the narrative going. There are certain scenes which just don’t come across as even vaguely believable, and are pushing the bounds of even what is acceptable in cheesy rom-com territory.

One particularly funny sequence sees the future king serenade his beloved in a karaoke bar to show her that he is sorry. As the film reaches it’s finale – the proposal in Kenya – the CGI backdrop is just shocking to look at, and it makes you wonder why they even bothered to show it, as the penultimate scene could have closed the film just as well, without bringing it down any further into the mire.

William Kate Royal Wedding 2011 Guest List, Schedule and Services Details

St James's Palace released the list of confirmed guests for the wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton on Saturday April 23, 2011, with singer Elton John, footballer Beckham and his fashion designer wife Victoria Beckham, Sporting stars including Australian Olympic swimmer Ian Thorpe, showbiz figures such as "Mr. Bean" actor Rowan Atkinson be at Friday April 29, 2011 ceremony, along with veterans of the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq.

William Kate Royal Wedding Guest List, Schedule and ceremony Details

More than 40 members of foreign royal families including Prince Albert of Monaco — who will tie the knot himself on July 1 with South African swimmer Charlene Wittstock also attended the wedding, as well as several heads of state.

John, who sang the hit "Candle in the Wind" at the funeral of William's mother Princess Diana in the abbey in 1997 after her death in a car crash in Paris — ccompanied by his partner David Furnish.

William Kate Royal Wedding Guest List, Schedule and ceremony Details

According to seating plan at historical Westminster Abbey, Queen Elizabeth II and senior royals were in the front row with Kate family, along with 1900 Royal Guests at the wedding, which is be watched worldwide by 2 billion people estimate, over television and Internet.

A complete 96 Page Document with guest list, schedule and all ceremonies details can be download here:

William Kate Royal Wedding Guest List, Schedule and ceremony Details


The Royal Bride Kate Middleton Dress and her Sister Pippa Middleton

All eyes were on Kate Middleton, The Bride as she made her way towards the abbey. She showed few signs of nerves, smiling and waving at the crowds from her limousine and sat next to her father, Michael. The bride opted for a simple creation by Sarah Burton at Alexander McQueen with lace sleeves, a swagged train and a fine veil of chantilly lace. According to Buckingham Palace the dress "epitomises timeless British craftsmanship by drawing together talented and skilled workmanship from across the United Kingdom".

Flanked by her sister and maid of honour, Pippa Middleton, who was wearing a long, cream silk gown, the bride was also accompanied by young bridesmaids Eliza Lopes, Grace van Cutsem, Louise Mountbatten-Windsor, and Margarita Armstrong-Jones, and pageboys Tom Pettifer and William Lowther-Pinkerton.

The Royal Bridegroom Prince William and his Brother Prince Harry

Prince William stood next to his brother, Prince Harry, and as his girlfriend of 10 years joined him at the altar the heir to the throne broke into a smile. Kate's mother, Carole Middleton, wearing a fitted blue-grey Catherine Walker outfit, looked on with pride.

The wedding ceremony passed without hitch, with the only moment of tension provided as Prince William struggled to put the ring, fashioned from Welsh gold given to Prince William by the Queen, on his bride's finger.

The Royal Wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton Highlights

Rowan Williams, the archbishop of Canterbury, declared: "I pronounce that they be man and wife together, in the name of the father, and of the son, and of the Holy Ghost. Amen."

In a prayer, written by the couple for the occasion, they said: "God our father, we thank you for our families; for the love that we share and for the joy of our marriage."

At just before 1.30pm William and Kate kissed for the first time in public on the balcony of Buckingham Palace. The fleeting embrace sent the already ecstatic crowds wild, and was repeated during a flypast.

As the couple left Westminster Abbey the crowds, some of whom had been camping for days for the moment, erupted into a fresh wave of cheers as they climbed into state landau carriages for the horse-drawn procession to Buckingham Palace. The married couple waved at crowds as they past the crowds via Parliament Square, Whitehall, Horse Guards and the Mall. Despite fears of thundery showers, threatening grey skies produced no rain.

After more than five minutes of waving to the crowds, the couple walked hand in hand back through the doors of the palace. Earlier, stepping on to the balcony, Kate appeared to gasp "Oh my" as the royal couple saw the thousands of well-wishers lining the Mall before being joined by members of their family.

The couple joined the Queen who is giving a lunchtime reception at Buckingham Palace for 650 guests, described by the palace as "a private gathering for guests drawn from the congregation who will represent the couple's official and private lives".

The Prince of Wales will give a private dinner, followed by dancing, for close friends and family.

The Royal Wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton in Photo and Pictures

View Royal Wedding photos and pictures covering the marriage of Prince William and Kate Middleton on April 29, 2011 from the Complete Royal Wedding Gallery The Telegraph United Kingdom's renowned daily:

Prince William and his wife Kate, The newly-weds smile at each other as they depart the abbey for the palace
Prince William and his wife Kate, The newly-weds smile at each other as they depart the abbey for the palace

Prince William and his wife Kate, Duchess of Cambridge kiss on the balcony in Buckingham Palace after their wedding service
Prince William and his wife Kate, Duchess of Cambridge kiss on the balcony in Buckingham Palace after their wedding service

Prince William and Kate Middleton exchange rings before the Archbishop of Canterbury, Rowan Williams
Prince William and Kate Middleton exchange rings before the Archbishop of Canterbury, Rowan Williams

Kate Middleton arrives with her father Michael at Westminster Abbey before her marriage to Prince William in central London
Kate Middleton arrives with her father Michael at Westminster Abbey before her marriage to Prince William in central London
The Royal Wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton at Westminster Abbey Reviewed by Adnan Malik on 8:41 PM Rating: 5

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hi everyone,
It's nice to see when people are happy. It's good for these couple to get marry and be happy. Kate is very beauitful.

Anonymous said...

Hey, How come Mr. George W. Bush wasn't at the wedding? Did he got invited? From Mr. Waldo O bammma

Anonymous said...

Hi everyone,
It would have been so nicer if William's mother, Princes Dianna was alive to attend this wedding. PM Tony Blair

Adnan Malik said...

Yep, no doubt!
Princess Lady Dianna was missed all over the world on this occasion.
She was really a well natured personality. May her soul her in peace

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