A video spoof of Prince William boogieing down the aisle with his bride has gone viral. It’s a T-Mobile ad that’s slated to air during commercial breaks on the royal couple’s big day April 29th. But a version posted to YouTube has gotten millions of views in just days.
Britain’s “Daily Mail” says the mobile carrier found look-alikes for the entire royal family, including William‘s dad, Prince Charles, who does a mid-procession bump and grind with wife Camilla.
The two-minute dance video is set to the song “House of Love” by boy band East 17 and choreographed by a British dance studio. It was staged in London’s St. Bartholomew’s Church, which was also the setting for the movie “Four Weddings and a Funeral.”
The ad ends with T-Mobile’s slogan, “One’s Life is For Sharing.”