Prince Harry, the best-man at tomorrow's Royal Wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton, has posted a spoof video of the highly anticipated event on his Facebook page. Prince Harry shared the three minute video on his social networking profile, which features 'Royal' lookalikes breaking into a dance at Westminster Abbey.
The video, by mobile phone company T-Mobile, has been circulating around the internet in recent weeks and has gained over 13 million hits on YouTube. The 26-year-old Prince also posted a music video featuring a rowdy Irish wedding, saying the clips gave a taste of "what to expect" at his brother's wedding. In the video, created by advertising giants Saatchi & Saatchi, Prince Harry's lookalike walks down the aisle dressed in ceremonial Army uniform before breaking into a series of disco moves. Dancing to the East 17 track 'House of Love', he is joined by doubles of Princess Beatrice and PRINCESS EUGENIE. The routine has been choreographed by reality television star and 'Pineapple Studios' dancer LOUIS SPENCE.
St James' Palace has announced that Prince Harry will act as a witness for tomorrow's Royal Wedding. He will join the Duchess of Cornwall and Kate Middleton's parents in signing the historic marriage registers.