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We're not sure what took them so long, but the official Royal Wedding Web Site has finally launched. The site promises to be a comprehensive go-to destination for forthcoming details about Kate Middleton's wedding dress, as well as photo galleries and videos. And if you're planning on being in London for the royal nuptials on April 29th at Westminster Abbey, the site will also be providing important visitor information and tourist tips. For those of us not lucky enough to be traveling to London anytime soon, the site has already published a virtual tour of Buckingham Palace. Other videos now available on the site include Prince William and Kate's recent visit to their alma mater, St. Andrew's, in Scotland as well as the interview they gave announcing their engagement.



Additional details about the wedding ceremony, procession and reception will be released on the site in the coming weeks. And there's even talk of streaming a LIVE Web broadcast of the wedding, though no final decisions have been made.

Not enough? Follow the royal wedding on Twitter (@Clarence House).

More on the Royal Wedding:

The Royal Wedding Guest List

Kate Middleton's Route to the Royal Wedding

Royal Wedding Bridal Party: A Who's Who Guide

Royal Wedding Dresses: A Look at Some of the World's Most Famous Wedding Gowns




Royal Wedding Videos


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