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How to Watch the Royal Wedding Online

Written on April 27, 2011 by Japhet Writ

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Prince William and Kate Middleton will officially tie the knot at the Westminster Abbey on Friday. Do you have any plans to watch this upcoming Royal Wedding online?

Who is not aware of UK’s and ’s wedding? As people all know, the royal couple are set to tie the knot at Westminster Abbey in London on April 29 at 10:00 am BST (9:00 am GMT, 2:00 am PT and 5:00 ET). All We Like will even bet that the whole world will definitely follow this grand event. So in case you can’t tune in on your TV, here are plenty of options to watch the much-awaited .

LIVE VIDEO

: AP Live, CBS News, ET TheInsider.com and UK Press Association are all hosting live coverage and livestream starting 5:00 am ET. Viewers can RSVP to the said channels to receive reminders about the event.

YouTube: YouTube, in cooperation with Clarence House and St. Jame’s Palace, will host the official Royal Wedding Livestream at 5:00 am ET. The livestream will be accompanied by a multimedia live blog, with commentary, historical information, additional footage and integrated Twitter feed.

BBC: BBC will host its own livestream of the Royal Wedding beginning 5:00 to 8:30 am ET on Friday. The BBC site will also run a live blog, featuring input from Brides editor – Millie Bratten – and on-the-ground correspondents, Fraser McAlpine and McKenzie Wilson. Later in the day, Royal correspondent – Peter Hunt – will join in the commentary.

ABC News: ABC News will be streaming live coverage on ABCNews.com, Facebook, Hulu, and ABC News app for iPad.

Fox News: Fox News will be streaming the Royal Wedding on foxnews.com and on its iOS and Android app.

ITN: UK broadcaster, ITN, will air the event live on Facebook from 4:00 to 9:00 am ET.

SOCIAL MEDIA SITES

If you prefer to get Royal Wedding updates through social networks, you can visit the British Monarchy’s Facebook page and Clarence House’s Twitter feeds. The St. Jame’s Palace also put together a Royal Wedding hub, which pulls in updates from Facebook, Twitter and Flickr. E! will also release an embeddable stream, so you can host your own Royal Wedding livestream on your Facebook wall.

If you want to get updated on Twitter, you can follow BBC’s royal correspondent, Peter Hunt, so as BBC, CNN and The Today Show. Aside from them, All We Like also recommends you to follow the official Twitter accounts of the Royal Wedding’s individual presenters: Anderson Cooper, Piers Morgan, Richard Quest, Kiran Chetry and Cat Deeley.

For Tumblr users, you can visit the curated Royal Wedding page to follow the event.

PHOTOS

The viewers of the Royal Wedding can also get an update from the British Monarchy’s official Flickr account, while the photo sharing site will crowdsource images at The People’s Royal Wedding Album.

VIDEO GUEST BOOK

But if you want to do more than just follow Prince William and Kate Middleton’s wedding, you can send in your greetings to them via YouTube video guest book.

Now that you have many options to watch the Royal Wedding on Friday, how do you plan to see the grand event?


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  • http://twitter.com/Free4Libyans Nas

    Is it right to allow someone to be a king just because his father was????? I think this is one of the most ridiculous things that human been have in their life. I do not envy any of them because living as ordinary people is something that they may envy us for.

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