Official Royal Wedding site already draws 2m hits


5 Mar 2011

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Pages on the official website for the Royal Wedding between Prince William and Kate Middleton received 2m hits after being launched only a few days ago.

The website, which features the latest news about the nuptials to take place on 29 April at Westminster Abbey in London, may even broadcast the wedding live.

A spokeswoman for St James’s Palace has said the site had received 2m page impressions in two days.

On the wedding day itself, the site aims to be the place to read about details of the big day, such as the bride’s dress. It also gathers several of the monarchy’s social media accounts from the Clarence House Twitter feed, the royal Flickr and Facebook accounts, and the Royal Channel on YouTube.