Do you have royal wedding fever? I only ask because all the magazines at the grocery checkout lane suggest that America is pretty fascinated with the upcoming wedding of Britain's Prince William and Kate Middleton. Americans and people all over the world are interested in every detail of the young couple's ceremony, including fashion, traditions, and more.
And now the royal family has just announced that the entire thing will be live streamed on YouTube.
Here is your official video invitation to be a part of the live-stream:
Beginning on Friday, April 29th, at 5:00am Eastern Time (2:00am Pacific), the stream will follow the wedding procession, marriage ceremony at Westminster Abbey, and even the traditional balcony kiss. The stream will be hosted on the official YouTube channel of the Royal Household, which can be found here.
The Royal Channel will also be live-blogging the event featuring insider updates and details about the day's festivities.
They've also released a video giving a pretty nice behind-the-scenes look at the Chapel Royal Choir's preparations for the big day:
Click on over to the Royal Channel and you can also sign the digital guestbook by uploading your own video message for the happy couple:
For those of you who might wish to participate, but will be unable to due to the early hours, you're in luck: the entire thing will be replayed after it's over. Or, if you can't wait... maybe you'll enjoy this excellent spoof of the royal wedding from T-Mobile, which pays homage to the classic viral hit, JK Wedding Dance: