For people who just cannot get enough of the royal wedding of Kate Middleton and Prince William, there is a new souvenir available on the Internet: the Royal Wedding Programme, a blow-by-blow account of the big day. It is online at cerosmedia.com, and it does not cost a penny.
In other royalty news, Diana, A Celebration, at Union Station Kansas City had a record-breaking weekend in terms of attendance. Here are the particulars from a press release issued by Union Station:
“As Kate Middleton and Prince William exchanged vows, 3,500 people were watching at Union Station’s Royal Wedding Watch Party. During the party, nearly 2,000 visitors experienced Diana, A Celebration, which chronicles the life and charitable work of Diana, Princess of Wales. By day’s end, more than 3,000 people had walked through the exhibition at Union Station, surpassing the previous North American single-day attendance record for the exhibition. Total attendance for Diana, A Celebration, at Union Station now stands at more than 50,000.
“By 9 p.m. Thursday, April 28, guests were lining up outside Union Station for a Royal Wedding Watch Party that would not begin until 3 a.m., April 29. They were there to claim the best seats to watch the royal wedding on a giant screen and to be first in line for a free viewing of Diana, A Celebration.
“An estimated 3,500 people watched from the seats in Sprint Festival Plaza as the wedding guests arrived and the bride took her four-minute walk down the aisle of Westminster Abbey in London, England.
“Local and national media took note of the Union Station Royal Wedding Watch party and have been covering Diana, A Celebration since it arrived in Kansas City. The watch party alone garnered coverage on NBC’s Today Show and E! as well as ABC’s Good Morning America and 20/20.”
The royal wedding might be over, but Diana, A Celebration, goes on through June 12, 2011. This tribute to Prince William’s mother is not to be missed. Many people are coming back again and again, bringing friends and family to share the experience.