The Royal Wedding Entrance Dance Video
Everyone loves a good wedding video. And since Jill and Kevin’s’ now famous Wedding Entrance Dance Video, everyone wants to dance into the wedding. Will and Kate are no different it seems. Here is their Royal Wedding Entrance Dance video!
Okay so it’s not a real video, but the use of a group of royal lookalikes by advertiser T-Mobile in a really fun extended advert has attracted a lot of online attention in the two weeks since its YouTube release. Featuring a retinue led by a fake Prince Harry, Prince Andrew, the Princesses Beatrix and Eugenie, King-in-Waiting Charles and and his lovely wife Camilla, and of course Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and the Prince Phillip. Stars of the show Prince William and his lovely bride Kate Middleton bring the classic wedding entrance dance to a close.
It’s only then that we discover that the video is a T-Mobile advert and plays on their “Life is for Sharing” payoff line adapted with a ‘quote’ from the Queen: “One’s life is for sharing”. All of which is fairly ironic when we hear that cell phones, tweeting and the like have all been banned from the real wedding itself.
It’s been a while since the world has been so taken by a royal wedding. An estimated 2 billion people around the world will watch the Royal Wedding on television. (Incidentally, if you are one who wants to watch it, but aren’t near a TV, you could catch the entire ceremony being streamed live online by YouTube on their dedicated Royal Wedding Channel). The billions of viewers will join the millions of royal fans from all over the world (including a bunch from South Africa) who have flooded into London in order to say they were there.
We salute Kate for refusing to ‘obey’ her princely husband, and wish them both a long, happy life together. May they not face the same challenges and troubles that plagued the last fairy-tale royal wedding between the parents of the Princes’ Harry and William.
Oh, and in case you’re not one of the over 65 million viewers of Jill and Kevin’s’ Wedding Entrance Dance video that created the basis for the T-Mobile Royal Wedding version, you can see it here.
Mazel tov to the happy couple from all of us here at The BlaBla Blog!