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Follow The Wedding Events All Day

Updated lördag 19 juni 2010 kl 11.25
Published lördag 19 juni 2010 kl 09.00
Princess Madeleine, Prince Carl-Phillip, Crown Princess Victoria and Daniel Westling. Photo: Claudio Bresciani/Scanpix.

Tourists, Stockholmers and visitors have flocked to the capital for today's events, which begin in the mid-afternoon with the wedding ceremony in Stockholm's Cathedral, followed by a cortege around the centre of the city. During the evening the guests will gather at Stockhom Palace for the traditional wedding reception and disco.

Here are the key times(CET):

15.30: Wedding Ceremony in Stockholm Cathedral in the Old Town with around 1 200 guests. Broadcast live via TV, radio and the internet.

15:49: The couple say "I do".

16.40: Cortege through the streets of Stockholm by horse-drawn open carriage and the royal barge "Vasaordern". The procession route is 6.8km long, the procession itself will be around 400 metres long.

17.40: The Royal Couple arrive back at the Royal Palace followng the cortege.

18.00: The Royal Couple to appear on the palace's balcony, and serenaded by choirs.

c:a 19.00: The wedding reception at the Royal Palace begins. The secret menu will be revealed, and speeches held by the King and Daniel's father Olle Westling.

c:a 22.00: Time to cut the wedding cake. The wedding disco begins, with performances by artists such as Roxette, Carola and Cotton Club, according to rumours.

If you aren't in Sweden, there are several ways you can follow the day. If you speak Swedish you can hear coverage all day on Swedish Radio P4.

For slightly more irreverant reporting from the wedding, try Swedish Radio's youth channel P3.

Many TV channels around the world will be broadcasting the service live, but if you live in a country where the World Cup is taking precedence, you can follow the ceremony, procession and parties live on Swedish television, SVT, via the internet.

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