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Image: Screenshot YouTube royal wedding route
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Google Earth's 3-D map viewing tool provides a virtual tour of William and Kate's wedding procession.
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updated 3/15/2011 9:17:32 AM ET 2011-03-15T13:17:32

If you aren't on the royal invite list for Prince William's wedding, you can still feel like you're right in the middle of the matrimonial action. Google Earth's 3-D map viewing tool provides a virtual tour of the wedding procession, so you can have an intimate look at the event without fending off the paparazzi.

On April 29, Prince William will marry the ever-stylish Kate Middleton at the iconic Westminster abbey in London, tying the knot as the whole world looks on. If the 3-D wedding tour isn't quite enough, the pair is hyper-connected to its doting admirers through the wedding's official website and the British Monarchy's Flickr, too.

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