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Royal Wedding iPad AppCourtesy of iTunes

We can't say we're surprised. In fact, really, the only thing that surprises us is that it took this long. The new royal wedding iPad app, appropriately entitled Royal Wedding 2011, promises everything you could ever want to know about the upcoming royal nuptials on April 29: behind-the-scenes info, breaking news and fun facts about Prince William, Kate Middleton, the entire royal family, London hot spots that pertain to the wedding and even important milestones throughout the royal couple's courtship.
Sign the guest book and read what other "guests" around the world have written. Then, let the app help you snag your own prince. Yep, it includes that how-to guide, too. And why not? Prince Harry is technically still single if you don't count his on-again, off-again romance with Chelsy Davy ... and we sure don't!

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Royal Wedding Videos


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