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The Royal Wedding coverage was live and televised around the world to share the marriage ceremony of Prince William to Kate Middleton. BBC America provided the main camera coverage and other stations around the world were able to provide their own commentary and coverage before and after the ceremony. Much of the preparation and event was private and just shown to the public from afar, but the entire ceremony was aired to the world and hours of the procession and presentation of the couple was shared.

The live Royal Wedding coverage was broadcasted from London, England, inside Westminster Abbey and included shots outside Kensington and Buckingham Palace. The wedding party was also followed through Hyde Park, where large crowds of citizens and excited royal watchers waited. Coverage was uninterrupted for the entire event and at the very end the newlywed couple presented itself on the balcony of Buckingham Palace to the nation.

The Royal Wedding is a series that is currently running and has 1 seasons (4 episodes). The series first aired on April 29, 2011.

Where do I stream The Royal Wedding online? The Royal Wedding is available for streaming on Fox News, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch The Royal Wedding on demand at Amazon, Vudu, iTunes online.

Fox News
1 Season, 4 Episodes
April 29, 2011
Cast: Catherine Duchess of Cambridge, Prince William, Sameena Ali-Khan, Princess Beatrice
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The Royal Wedding Full Episode Guide

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The Royal Wedding News

Kate Middleton Gives Birth to Second Royal Baby

The Duchess of Cambridge delivered her second child this morning.

Prince William and Kate Middleton are Heading to Hollywood, Find Out When and Why!

The hottest globe-trotting newlyweds in the world are descending on Hollywood next month and we've got the dish on what they are doing in town. Find out what the Prince and his wife are planning for their short trip to the West Coast.

Mad Hatters: Was Fergie's Scheming Behind These Wacky Hats?

Hats off to Sarah Ferguson, the Duchess of York, for knowing how to be a real wedding crasher. Although she wasn't invited to attend the Royal Wedding, Fergie may have helped in some show stealing for her daughters Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie. The Princesses could not be ignored thanks to their extremely wild hats. A close friend of Fergies told NaughtyNice that she was certain Sarah helped with the outfit picks.