It’s all William and Kate, all the time.
The website, www.officialroyalwedding2011.org, which launched on Wednesday morning, will feature exclusive content including photos, features, videos and links, according to a statement issued by St. James’s Palace, which handles William’s affairs. Among other things, officials promise the site will be “the first place to view information such as the details of Miss Middleton’s wedding dress.”
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As for now, though, it’s a pretty banal collection of pictures we’ve already seen and videos we’ve already watched. There’s footage from William and Kate’s recent trip to St. Andrew’s University, their alma mater, and video of their first photo call. News items detail the couple’s comings and goings—a charity concert here, a boat launch there—and make the odd announcement of royal wedding tat like the release of official royal wedding commemorative china. But there’s no official take on the souvenir royal wedding condoms, or the fact the pair share a wedding date with Adolf Hitler.
The site also makes it clear that Kate is now Catherine: it uses the more serious and regal name on every page and in every statement. Despite going by her friendlier nickname since coming into William’s life in 2002, it’s Miss Catherine Middleton who will be Britain’s future queen. (via Sky News)
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