Royal wedding video goes viral

April 18th, 2011 - 8:55 pm ICT by Aishwarya Bhatt  

London, April 18 (THAINDIAN NEWS) A fake Royal Wedding video has gone viral on the Internet. The video which is an ad campaign of T-Mobile had already received more than 3 million views on YouTube as at Monday morning.

As the 29th of April date for the Royal Wedding draws near, the wedding fever has gripped many people. In the video the Archbishop of Canterbury’s look-alike is seen leading what appears to be the Royal family in a procession. The video was reportedly shot at the St. Bartholomew’s Church in London. Towards the end of the video, Prince William enters the church and was later joined by his bride-to-be Kate Middleton. Look-alikes were recruited for the video and “House of Love” could be heard in the video playing at the background.

The Royal Wedding has generated a lot of topics on the Internet. It would no doubt be one of the most important events in 2011. The ceremony would be held at the Westminster Abbey on the 29th of April. The Royal Family has kept most of the details about the Royal Wedding a secret.

The wedding is expected to attract most of the world leaders.

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