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TODAY’S the day when an estimated two billion people – that’s one-third of the world’s population – will watch with bated breath as Prince William and Kate Middleton exchange vows at London’s Westminster Abbey, in a live broadcast.
Thanks to the couple’s wish to make this the world’s most interactive public event, live updates will be released through a range of online platforms, making it a Royal Wedding with the widest digital coverage to date.
With such close scrutiny, heaven forbid that something goes wrong.
Whether it’s having to deal with a missing shoe, a delayed coach arrival or the wrong kind of weather, you want to be prepared for the worst.
Surely, the task of organising the “wedding of the decade” – by none other than the world’s most famous royal family – is a mammoth one.
How strenuous is it to host a royal wedding with the world’s monarchs, politicians, celebrities and sporting greats in attendance, not to mention all eyes of the country and the world on it?