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 As Prince William and Kate Middleton dive into planning their April 29th nuptials, royal watchers are in constant chatter over the lavish ceremony’s upcoming television broadcast.

According to Deadline, it seems that the royal wedding may receive the royal 3D treatment courtesy of UK media outlet BSkyB. While some patrons are still switching over to the HD format, Wills and Kate’s big day could be the right event for some die-hard royal devotees to make sure they have the slickest set up yet.

More than 750 million worldwide watched Lady Diana Spencer marry Prince Charles at St. Paul’s Cathedral on July 29, 1981. The BBC and BSkyB have apparently been in touch with Buckingham Palace to sort out broadcasting details, but nothing has been decided.

In other royal wedding news, renowned fashion photographer Mario Testino has captured William and Kate’s official portrait as an engaged couple, British Vogue reports. The Peruvian-born Testino has long been involved with the Royal Family, having frequently photographed Diana and her children as well as Prince Charles. The top-secret shot, which was taken sometime last month, will be unveiled prior to the Christmas holiday.

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By MacKenzie Wilson