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Alison Schwartz
April 16, 2011 01:00 PM

For fans of the Royal Family, there might only be one thing better than watching Kate Middleton and company walk down the aisle – and it involves some hip choreography.

But if T-Mobile was calling the shots on April 29, that’s just what wedding watchers would get: one big dance party at the Westminster Abbey.

In an ad for the cell phone provider, Middleton, Prince William, Prince Harry, Queen Elizabeth, Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, and Prince Charles doppelgangers boogie their way down the aisle to pop boy band East 17’s “House of Love.”

The video, which borrows inspiration from the couple who discoed down the aisle to Chris Brown‘s “Forever” in a viral video circa 2009, has racked up more than 830,000 hits – and counting! – since it premiered on YouTube Friday.

The ad, touted to the catchphrase “One’s Life is for Sharing,” might be a stretch – but who wouldn’t watch Dancing with the Royals?

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