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Pimp my Bride: TV ad spoofs royal wedding

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Pimp my Bride: TV ad spoofs royal wedding


Makers of a TV ad in the UK have given their spin on how Prince William and Kate Middleton’s royal wedding should really look on April 29.

They filled a church with regal look-a-likes for the shoot – but that is where the similarity with the real thing ends.

Producers started with an idea based on hundreds of years of British royal tradition and brought it into the 21st century. Charles and Camilla look-a-likes got down with the kids as they danced along the aisle.

They even found the Archbishop of Canterbury’s doppelganger to preside over the fakery. The most unroyal of weddings featured William, Harry and Kate taking up their places to the sounds of House of Love by the British boy band East 17.

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