The upcoming royal wedding has been Googled -- like, a lot. Answering the call, the House of Windsor will live-stream Prince William and Miss Catherine Middleton's nuptials on The Royal Channel for Anglophiles and looky-loos alike.
The royals are even live-blogging the event, with commentary and expert "analysis."
In addition, users can send their video well-wishes to the would-be king and queen before the ceremony begins on April 29. And should one forget to save the date, there's a countdown clock to the big day.
U.S. & World
Keyword search trends, according to Google's official blog, show that worldwide interest is high, with Singapore, the United Arab Emirates and Phillipines all cracking the top-10 most searched regions.
(Trending at the time of this post is also 'Anarchists to target royal wedding.' Party poopers.)
In 1960, Queen Elizabeth II's sister, Princess Margaret married Anthony Armstrong-Jones live on television. A reported 20 million people tuned in for that.
With the broadcast and live-stream coverage for this royal happening, the audience numbers should dward that figure.