Even with American broadcasters reducing the coverage of the #RoyalWedding (some stating that Will and Kate are too "boring"), folks stateside were still very excited about the royal nuptuals. Nowhere was that more obvious than on Twitter. The Royal Couple themselves have taken to tweeting about all the events leading up to this day, either personally or through their representatives, beginning with the engagement announcement:
Several accounts were created in anticipation of the event. Some were fake accounts, spoofing the royal couple, while others were created by third party media outlets, such as Yahoo's @TheNewRoyals account to streamline the live coverage of the events.
Behind the scenes, Twitter geared up for the influx of tweets that were sure to flood servers for the #RoyalWedding. Although traffic seemed a little slow early this morning on the Twitterz, they seem to have avoided any Fail Whales.
Among Top Twitter Trends in the U.S. the day of the #RoyalWedding were: "William & Kate", "Pippa", and "THEY KISSED".
The talk leading up to this morning's nuptuals seemed to be all about how folks were bored and over the hype of Will and Kate finally getting hitched. But from the looks of things, the world is still atwitter for a good #RoyalWedding.