Prince William's official wedding website launched

New site features photos and video content, and will be the first place to reveal the details of Kate Middleton's dress.

March 2, 2011 13:12
Prince William and fiance Kate Middleton

Britain's Prince William and Kate Middleton 311 REUTERS. (photo credit: REUTERS)


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LONDON - A new website providing all the latest official information on the upcoming wedding of Britain's Prince William to girlfriend Kate Middleton was launched on Wednesday.

Royal officials say the website,, will be regularly updated with new details about the ceremony on April 29, as well as featuring photos, features, and video content.

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It will also be the first place where details of Middleton's dress will be revealed on the day of the wedding.

A second government website,, has also been launched with practical information to help tourists planning on coming to London or Britons organising events in their local communities.

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