Follow the Monaco royal wedding via social media

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On Friday, July 1, and Saturday, July 2, Prince Albert II of Monaco will marry former Olympic swimming champion Charlene Wittstock. Both the civil wedding (July 1) and the religious ceremony (July 2) can be followed online via live streaming and updates on Twitter and Facebook.

The civil wedding begins on July 1 at 5pm CET and will conclude with a concert by French composer and electronic musician Jean-Michel Jarre, scheduled to begin at 10pm. This concert will be streamed live via the official Facebook page of the Monaco wedding.

On Sunday the couple will be married in a religious ceremony, again beginning at 5pm CET. The wedding will be streamed live via the Palace of Monaco website; there are also a separate website and YouTube channel created especially for the event.  

In addition to these live streams the updates on the wedding can be found on Twitter via @mariagedemonaco and again on the Facebook page. Visitors to Facebook can also sign an official guest book and buy souvenirs; official souvenirs are also available through a dedicated website.

Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/lemariagedemonaco
Stream the Jean Michel Jarre concert - http://www.facebook.com/lemariagedemonaco?sk=app_246988135316121
Palace of Monaco  - http://www.palais.mc
Wedding website - http://www.mariageprinciermonaco2011.mc
YouTube - http://www.youtube.com/user/mariageprincierlive
Souvenir shop - http://www.souvenirs-shop.mc/produits-officiels-mariage.html
Twitter  - http://twitter.com/#!/MariagedeMonaco

 

 

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