Keeping up with the Windsors: 10 geeky ways to follow the royal wedding

By Steven Borden-Weill, ITworld |  Offbeat, Facebook, mobile apps


Royal wedding website

Try saying that one three times, fast. The official website of the royal wedding is your one-stop shop for your royal wedding fix. It features live-blogging, exclusive videos from the event, pictures from along the procession route, and probably more detail than you’d ever need or want to know.


The Westminster Abbey website

Westminster Abbey, founded in 960, has its very own official website with lots of information for potential visitors as well as details about the upcoming wedding. From Saturday, April 30 until Friday, May 6 visitors can walk in the royals’ footsteps, following a 'specially produced tour leaflet'.

Naturally, the church also has a royal wedding mobile app, Abbey 3D. The app offers a 'super realistic 3D tour of the royal church,' along with all the historic facts you could possibly need, right at your fingertips. It's not free, but at least you're not shelling out for a commemorative plate.


UK government's digital service website

This site is dedicated to helping visitors and residents plan trips to London. The royal wedding section is packed with tips on transport, where to position yourself to 'catch a glimpse of the royal couple,' how to organize your own street party and various other helpful bits of information.


The Telegraph

The Telegraph’s timeline of wedding-day events, from when guests arrive at Westminster Abbey (from 8:15-9:45), to the bride’s departure from Goring Hotel (10:51), and finally to the Royal Air Force flyover (at 1:30) -- and every last thing in between.

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