Royal Wedding Live Stream Madness
Ok, so how many of you will be waking up at 4:30am ET to watch the royal wedding live from London? That’s 1:30am PDT for you all on the west coast. In today’s times, with DVR’s and more. I am not so sure how many nut cases will actually wake up (or stay up) to watch Prince William and Kate Middleton live.
If you want to watch the Royal Wedding 2011 via live stream, you can tune into many venues. All of the major networks will be carrying live coverage. Of course, not to be outdone by the other. ABC, NBC, CBS, FOX, CNN and more! If you want to watch it online, tune into You Tube where they will be carrying a live video stream of the nuptials. The official You Tube account of the monarchy, The Royal Channel, will broadcast beginning at 10am London time (5am ET). Included will be commentary, historical facts and a view of the procession to and from the ceremony.
Twitter will also be carrying a live feed. @clarencehouse is the official feed of the youngest generation of royals. This includes Prince William. They will be providing live updates throughout the day. The feed currently has more than 50,000 followers and has been giving sneak peeks to everything from the flowers being used to decorate Westminster Abbey to the official wedding commemorative stamp.
Links to Live Photo Updates of Kate Middleton and Prince William at the Royal Wedding 2011:
Flickr will carry photo sets once the happenings begin. The photos will be uploaded to the British Monarchy’s Official Flickr Gallery.
Check out updates on the British Monarchy’s Facebook.
Links to Live Streams of the 2011 Royal Wedding in Westminster Abbey:
The Royal Channel on YouTube
The sister site of TMZ, TooFab will also be covering the Kate Middleton and Prince William marriage live.
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