Prince William and Kate Middleton’s Royal Wedding Earns a Guinness Word Record
The wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton that took place earlier this year on April 29th has earned its place in the Guinness Book of Records for the most viewed wedding in history. Millions gathered outside Westminster Abbey Cathedral, the Royal Palace, in local street parties and parties at home to watch the fairy-tale wedding of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. The wedding was most probably watch by every citizen in the UK, even those who don’t admit it. As well as people in the UK the wedding was watched by millions across the world, people even flew over to the British Isles to watch the wedding. With the impact the royal wedding had of viewership, the wedding has been published in the Guinness book of records due to millions who tuned in to watch the big day. The wedding became the most watch show online, estimated to be watch by 72 million people. Months on, the wedding is still big news across the world, with Kate and William making big news wherever they go. Kate Middleton has also become a fashion icon and the people’s princess. Kate Middleton’s sapphire and diamond engagement ring has been replicated all over the world and is a big seller. Over all the Royal Wedding has been one of the most talked about events this year, and defiantly deserves its place in the Guinness Book of Records.