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The Windsors are taking on the World Wide Web, sort of.

With the recent release of the "Royal App," you can browse through images of dresses, jewelry and gifts from previous royal weddings, including Queen Victoria's, Prince Charles and Princess Diana's as well as his marriage to second wife Camilla. The application will be available for Apple and Android users for $2.93 starting April 18.

Need your regal fix now? Follow the "Royal Household" on Twitter. @BritishMonarchy boasts 125,042 followers, and sends out the latest Buckingham Palace business, such as the schedule for the changing the guard, to its subjects, er, subscribers.

But the fake family member accounts offer much more amusing fodder. Tired of all the wedding planning, @William_HRH recently tweeted, "All one hears is 'wedding this' and 'wedding that'. Tempted to hit Vegas and get it over and done with..." And in response to the latest wedding invite news, @Queen_UK received a message from a high-powered official: "Text from the Pope: "I haven't received my Wedding invitation yet but I've bought a new hat just in case".

You can also friend The British Monarchy on Facebook. But be warned, any offensive comments will be deleted by the Queen Mum.

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