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Britain's Prince William and his fiancee Kate Middleton smile during a visit to St. Andrews University in Fife. Reuters.

Worry not, folks. We didn't receive an invite to the Royal Wedding either. That doesn't mean we cannot watch Prince William tie the knot with his princess-to-be Kate Middleton

The Royal Wedding is set for tomorrow Friday, April 29, 2011. The Royal Wedding schedule will officially begin at 11 a.m. (London time) when the couple arrives at Westminster Abbey for the ceremony.

The Royal Wedding will be broadcast on television. Since London is five hours ahead of the East Coast of the United States, coverage of the event should begin by 6 a.m. EST or 3 a.m. PST. The BBC will broadcast the wedding on both television and radio. The TV coverage will be anchored by Huw Edwards. Click here for a minute-by-minute schedule of the schedule.

The Royal Wedding will also be broadcast live on YouTube. YouTube's live stream will focus on the wedding procession and the marriage ceremony at Westminster Abbey as well as the balcony kiss.

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