Prince William and Kate Middleton's wedding on April 29 next year might be a three-dimensional affair.
According to a report today in the UK's Daily Mail, some broadcasters are considering plans to make their coverage available in 3-D, either in venues such as theaters and bars or at home, for viewers who have 3-D television, reports ABC News.
"That is obviously of some interest but our responsibility is to bring things everybody can see on-air and 3-D has a very limited footprint," ABC News quoted Jana Bennett, the director of BBC Vision as confirming early meetings had taken place with other broadcasters.However, People magazine quoted palace sources as vehemently denying a report in The Sun that the royal couple would allow tickets to be given to members of the viewing public in lottery-style fashion.
Additionally, fans of the couple can purchase William and Kate: A Royal Love Story, the first book to hit shelves a mere 10 days after the announcement.
The book, written by The Sun royal reporter James Clench, traces the couple's eight-year romance.