Britain's Prince William and his fiancee Kate Middleton share a lighter moment during a visit to St Andrews University, St Andrews Scotland, Friday, Feb. 25 2011. William and Kate who first met whilst studying at the University of St Andrews helped mark the start of the 600th anniversary of the university's foundation. The couple will be married at Westminster Abbey on April 29. (AP Photo/Chris Clark)
LONDON (AP) -- Royal officials have launched a website to offer regular updates on the upcoming marriage of Prince William and Kate Middleton.
Officials at Prince William's office, St. James' Palace, say the website will offer information for anyone interested in the April 29th wedding.
The palace says it will be updated regularly with photos, links and videos.
Critically, officials say it will offer information on some of the most coveted details of all -- such as specifics on Middleton's dress.
The government also launched a separate site intended to offer practical information for members of the public interested in taking part in celebrations for the wedding.