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Day 79: William and Kate Say No to 3D

  |   By Nicole Keen

There's no need to bust out your 3D glasses for the Royal Wedding on April 29th. William and Kate have decided not to have the wedding broadcast in 3D because of the additional cameras that would be required in Westminster Abbey. Due to the limited audience for 3D broadcasts, the couple would rather focus on accommodating 2D, radio and online coverage of the event, according to Patrick Harrison, Press Secretary for the Prince of Wales. In other news, Wills and Kate have also nixed celebrity singers---including Elton John---at the ceremony. Instead, they will play traditional church music. The decision to have a choir and organ is in keeping with the couple's desire to have a more intimate and traditional celebration. Sir Elton John, however, is still expected to attend.

This article was originally published on Feb 09, 2011
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