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Who knew the royals had such rhythm?

In honor of the upcoming nuptials, T-Mobile has released this dance video featuring a cast of uncanny lookalikes shimmying down the aisle of Westminster Abbey to the head-bobbing tune "House of Love" by British boy band East 17. The royal rump shakers include Prince Charles and Camilla, Prince Harry (who shows off some moves from his club hoppin' days) and the bride and groom, Kate Middleton and Prince William. Even the Queen Mum gets in on the action with some jazzy hand waving.

Catch some Saturday Night, er, royal wedding fever and watch the video:




And remember this other viral bridal video, which no doubt inspired T-Mobile's ad? Back in 2009, a couple and their wedding party greeted guests with a memorable routine choreographed to "Forever" by Chris Brown.



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  • betty O'Leary

    I Love this video, and I hope that the Royal family enjoyed watching the assembled English nobility behaving like we less constrained Americans. The dancers' behavior breaks with tradition, surely, but they seem to be having lots and lots of fun. Was that really Camilla terpsichoring with the rest of the celebrants? I hope the royal wedders enjoy their nuptial fastivities as much as did the folks who participated in the making of this video.

    A long and happy life together to Will and Kate. May you have a great deal of pure, unadulterated fun and happiness during your lives together.

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