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Ladies and Gentleman, Their Official Title is…

Their Royal Highnesses The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, The Earl and Lady of Strathearn and The Baron and Countess of Carrickfergus.

Official British Royal Wedding Program. Plus UPDATES!

On the eve of the royal wedding between H.R.H. Prince William of Wales and Miss Catherine Middleton, the official program for the wedding has been released along with a lovely informal photo of the couple by famed photographer, Mario Testino.

To view the official wedding program, in PDF form, please click the link here.  

Plus an amazing set of photos inside Westminster Abbey as well as images in London, England.  Click here to view.

Here is the confirmed song that Miss Catherine Middleton will walk down the aisle to: I Was Glad by Sir Charles Hubert Hastings Parry

A nice gesture by H.R.H. Prince William of Wales.  Here is a video of him greeting and thanking the crowds near Buckingham Palace.  Click here to watch.

Video of the British royal family along with many foreign royals arriving at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel for a reception hosted by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II: Video 

Video of Miss Catherine Middleton arriving at the Goring Hotel in London.


So, Are You Ready for the Mega Wedding of the Century? No?! Here is All the Info You Need to Know Before April 29, 2011

Well, ladies and gentleman the day is almost here — praise the higher power — when H.R.H. Prince William of Wales will finally marry his longtime girlfriend, Miss Catherine Elizabeth Middleton at Westminster Abbey on April 29, 2011.

Since I am in a jolly ass mood today I thought I would post all the 411/info for all of you so that you may enjoy the day.

KEY INFORMATION:

The wedding service begins at 11am London time.

  • 3am PST (United States)
  • 6am EST (United States)
  • 8pm Australia and New Zealand

WHERE TO WATCH THE WEDDING:

Online: BBC.com/RoyalWedding or on the official You Tube channel for the British monarchy at The Royal Channel: Royal Wedding Live.  

Also, Live Stream, ITN via Facebook and UStream.  

Those in Germany can watch the ceremony on ZDFIn Sweden you can watch it on SVT. In Australia, try Channel Seven, Nine Network, or ABC online.  In Denmark, DR1 will air the ceremony starting at 8:30am.

Television: In the United States check out, BBC America, PBS, CNN, ABC, CBS, MSNBC, or that crappy station FauxNews (FoxNews).  However, I recommend that you tune into BBC America or watch BBC online.

Official Royal Wedding 2011This is the official website for the British royal wedding whereupon you can learn all about the service, the procession, and much more.  Highly recommended!

Royal Wedding Timetable Per the Telegraph Newspaper (UK)

More information will be posted so stay tuned.  🙂

Photo courtesy of: Mario Testino/Clarence House Press Office

H.R.H. Prince William of Wales and Miss Catherine Middleton in Lancashire, England

On April 11, 2011,  H.R.H. Prince William of Wales and his fiancée, Catherine Middleton, decided to make one last official appearance together before they tie the knot at Westminster Abbey on April 29, 2011.

So what did they do?  Where did they go?  Well, the couple, along with their bodyguards and other VIPS, were in Lancashire to officially open the new school, Darwen Aldridge Community Academy.   Even though it was raining the couple were in good spirits meeting the students as well as the hundreds of onlookers who cheered the couple on as they made their way through the handshaking thingy line (gawd, I hope that made sense.)

Anyway…

To watch a video please click the link:  BBC News To view photos from today’s event please click the link:  Photos galore

Source: BBC News Photo courtesy of: Zimbio.com by Chris Jackson/Getty Images Europe

BBC America is Determined to Make Their Viewers Nauseous With Royal Wedding Fever Overload

The daily paper, Variety (the entertainment bible), published an article this afternoon regarding the channel BBC America and the upcoming British royal wedding.  Basically, BBC America will air several documentaries about the British royal family which includes:

  1. “Prince William & Prince Harry: Into the Future” airing on March 22, 2011.
  2. “Modern Monarchy: Dos and Don’ts” airing March 29, 2011.
  3. “Diana’s Dresses” airing April 24, 2011
  4. “Princess Diana — Her Life in Jewels” airing on April 24, 2011.

There is more within the article so please click the link to read it in its entirety:  Variety

Source: Variety Photo courtesy of: Mario Testino/Clarence House Press Office

The Official British Royal Wedding Website Finally Available Online

Now, I just know this is going to make your day, but finally the official website to the upcoming British royal wedding is now online.

The website is quite nice and has a lot of features including videos and links to Clarence House’s official Twitter page.  The site also has key information about the service, procession, reception, and other inane crap.

So, click the link and enjoy:  Official Royal Wedding 2011

Photo courtesy of: Mario Testino/Clarence House Press Office

HRH Prince William of Wales and Miss Catherine Middleton In Anglesey, Wales

This afternoon in Anglesey, North Wales, HRH Prince William and his fiancée, Miss Catherine Middleton, along with hundreds of spectators, were at Trearddur Bay to name a RNL lifeboat.

Wearing a lovely coat, brown booties, and a feather fascinator, Miss Middleton poured champagne on the tip of the lifeboat while HRH Prince William gave a short speech.

To read two articles from today’s event please click the links: BBC.co.uk and Sky News (with video from the event)

To view hundreds of photos please click the link: Zimbio.com

Photo courtesy of: ZImbio.com by Chris Jackson/Getty Images Europe