Jennifer Armstrong
March 02, 2011 AT 06:35 PM EST

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Hey, plenty of regular folk have them these days, so it only makes sense that Prince William and fiancée Kate Middleton now have an official wedding website, too. St. James’ Palace (the prince’s office) has set up the site with links to info on the service, the procession (helpful for those planning to camp out to catch a glimpse of the happy couple), the reception (less helpful to those of us who aren’t Kanye West or any of the other 1,900 invited guests). You can browse photos of Westminster Abbey and Buckingham Palace and see the Royal Wedding Twitter feed there as of now, though palace officials promise more to come — possibly even live-streaming on the big day, April 29.

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