Prince William and fiancee Kate Middleton are about to reveal details on the bride-to-be’s wedding dress and more on their newly launched website. The purpose of the site is to celebrate the upcoming royal wedding.
The palace has also added a news site to its roster of social media – there are royal-couple Facebook, Twitter (@ClarenceHouse) and Flickr accounts, as well as the Royal Channel on YouTube – says this will be the first place for fans to learn details of Kate’s eagerly anticipated dress.
Also planned for the site: a video stream of the April 29 wedding.
“On the day itself, the site will be the first place to view information, such as the details of Miss Middleton’s wedding dress,” reads a statement.
The official The Royal Wedding Web site was launched Wednesday by St. James’s Palace, where William and brother Prince Harry maintain an office.
Officials working for the couple will use the Web site as the official information service to dispense regular announcements on details leading up to the wedding day. They promise “exclusive content, including photo galleries, features, videos” and links to important info for visitors on the day (in addition to London tourist tips).
“Subject to further planning work, the Web site may feature a live Web stream broadcast of the wedding itself,” a statement said.