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  1. Princess Diana Gown Exhibit Hits New Hampshire

    9:32 pm 4/25/2011

    "Diana -- The People's Princess" goes on display just days before the royal wedding between her son Prince William and Kate Middleton.Read more

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  2. NBC News Exec: Royal Wedding Is 'Biggest International Technical Buildout Ever'

    3:53 pm 4/25/2011

    Broadcasters around the world are shifting into their highest gear to cover Prince William and Kate Middleton's wedding Friday.Read more

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  3. Prince William and Kate Middleton's Royal Wedding Guest List Released

    9:22 am 4/23/2011

    Guy Ritchie, Joss Stone are among the newly revealed guests who will attend Friday's ceremony.Read more

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  4. YouTube to Broadcast Royal Family's Own Version of Wedding to Millions

    6:26 am 4/19/2011

    It will include exclusive content and voiceovers from staff at St James' Palace and Clarence House.Read more

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  5. Prince William and Kate Middleton's Music Director Says Wedding Will Be 'Magical'

    7:47 pm 4/17/2011

    Christopher Warren-Green is set to conduct the London Chamber Orchestra at Westminer Abbey during the April 29 nuptials.Read more

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  6. Kate Middleton Set to Become World's Most Talked-About Woman

    11:39 am 4/17/2011

    A new study predicts the royal bride-to-be will soon overtake Princess Diana as the most popular woman in the global media.Read more

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  7. Royal Wedding Dance Video Takes Over Web

    10:56 am 4/16/2011

    UPDATED: More than 9.8 million have watched Kate Middleton, Prince William look-alikes in a viral video for T-Mobile.Read more

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  8. Prince William, Kate Middleton Lifetime Doc Picked Up by U.K's. Channel 5

    7:02 am 4/8/2011

    The movie will be the centerpiece of a Royal Wedding-themed season on the U.K. broadcaster.Read more

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  9. Prince William Admits to Pre-Wedding Nerves as Preparations Ramp Up

    4:34 am 4/1/2011

    More than 2 billion are expected to watch the event on television.Read more

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