Google is featuring Google Earth 3D images from central London, including the entire route of the royal wedding procession between Prince William and Kate Middleton, to be held on April 29.
Through these 3D images, users will be able to see the same London sites as Prince William and Kate Middleton on their wedding day. These include Westminster Abbey, the Houses of Parliament, Big Ben, Hyde Park and the Prime Minister’s residence on Downing Street.
Kate Middleton, 29, and Prince William, 28, met in 2001 at the Scottish University St. Andrews, but their relationship, which began in 2003, was interrupted by a brief separation in 2007.
At that time, both William and Kate studied art history, then the British prince shifted to geography.
William, Princess Diana’s eldest son, and Kate Middleton became engaged in October 2010 at a private holiday which they spent in Kenya.
Kate Middleton and Prince William’s marriage – on 29th April 2011, at Westminster Abbey in London – will take place 30 years after the sumptuous marriage between Prince Charles and Princess Diana, celebrated in 1981, at Saint Paul’s Cathedral in London.
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