If you've ever been curious to see a royal wedding, you will certainly have that opporunity when Prince William and his fiancé, Kate Middleton, tie the knot.  The two are set to be wed in Westminster Abbey on April 29th and the wedding will be completely viewable online. 

. Just like his father and mother's wedding, Prince William's wedding will be accessible to the public.  The Prince and Middleton are both from the 21st century (obviously) and their wedding will be accessible through a blog synchronized with live footage, hosted by Google.  The two "are regular users of Facebook, Twitter and YouTube, and have played an active role in overseeing plans for the online coverage of the ceremony (Gordon Rayner, The Telegraph)."  

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I can remember seeing footage of Prince Charles and Princess Diana's wedding and thinking to myself how wonderful it would be to be part of the royal family since there aren't many "royals" left in this day in age.  And as much as their wedding was televised, I will never forget how said it was when Princess Diana died and seeing the footage of the crash that claimed her life. 

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Many governments have switched to democracies so royalty is not has prominent now a days, especially in and of itself.  The United Kingdom utilizes Parliament to govern their countries (which includes Great Britain).  The Queen is very much just a ceremonial figure now a days, but the British royals are still in the public's eye and the rest of the world is very much so intrigued by their lives. 

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Last night, not sure if you caught it or not, the made for television movie William and Kate premiered on Lifetime at 9pm.  If you're like many Americans who are again, intrigued by the royals, you may have tuned in for the story about Prince William and Kate Middleton.  Did you catch the lovestory?  It was all about how the two met at Scotland's St. Andrews University?  If so, what did you think of the movie?  Did you think the movie was cheesy or well done?