A few days ahead of Prince William and Kate Middleton’s awaited royal wedding in Britain on April 29, which some describe as the wedding of the century, Google announces that the event will be broadcast live on Youtube.
For several days the world has been highly interested in this royal marriage and search trends all point to that on Google as well.
Google has worked so that this great day for Britain will be accessible to the greatest number. In addition to the Google Earth extension “Royals’-eye” that provides 3D images of landmark buildings and the route of the procession, Google announced that images of the entire ceremony will be available as a podcast on the official YouTube channel www.youtube.com/theroyalchannel.
Live on the Internet, people from around the world will follow the wedding ceremony at Westminster Abbey and the newlyweds’ kiss on the balcony of Buckingham Palace.
The public can also leave comments and discuss the event. A guestbook, for wishes of happiness to the bride and groom, was also opened.