Where to follow the royal wedding on Twitter

Britain's Prince William, left, and fiancee Kate Middleton are pictured during a visit to Darwen Aldridge Community Academy in Darwen, northwest England, on April 11, 2011.
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Britain's Prince William, left, and fiancee Kate Middleton are pictured during a visit to Darwen Aldridge Community Academy in Darwen, northwest England, on April 11, 2011.
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(CBS) Royal experts, news outlets and even the monarchy itself will all be sending out real-time updates on Twitter, leading up to and all the way through Prince William and Kate Middleton's wedding on April 29.

Here are a few you should follow if you're looking to get all the details:

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Royal Wedding. The official account for the wedding. According to Britain's Telegraph, it  will be tweeting regular updates and posting links to news stories on the big day.

The British Monarchy. The royal family's official page has been posting information about the wedding ever since there was a wedding to talk about.

Clarence House. The official residence of Prince Charles, the Duchess of Cornwall and Princes William and Harry is also on Twitter. The Telegraph reports that updates and exclusive pictures of household members, including the groom., will be posted here on the big day.

BBC Royal Wedding. The BBC's official wedding channel will have transAtlantic perspective - it links to articles from both BBC and BBC America.

Victoria Arbiter. CBS News' royal correspondent updates regularly with wedding details, pictures and royals facts.

Piers Morgan. Expect this regular tweeter to appeal to his British roots and his American TV audience with royal wedding updates.

Katie Nicholl. She's the royal correspondent for The Daily Mail. The Telegraph notes she's been posting royals-oriented tweets multiple times a day.

Westminster Abbey. The location of the royal wedding ceremony. Need we say more?

UK Prime Minister. See the government's take on the event by checking for updates here.

And if you want a bit of humor mixed in, here are three fake accounts to follow:

PrincessKateFTW. Obviously, this isn't the real Kate Middleton. But this account is a hilarious sendup of the future princess, imagining her as stodgy, spoiled and totally out of touch with us common folk.

William_HRH. Why should fake Kate have all the fun? His (faux) Royal Highness refers to himself as "one" (as in, "one does not like to...") and throws darts at pictures of his grandmother (that's Queen Elizabeth II, to you).

Queen_UK. She barbecues at Buckingham Palace, gets text messages from world leaders and has a penchant for gin. But, as you can expect, it's not actually the monarch.

Also, be sure to follow our Celebrity Circuit and CBS News accounts to get all the details, pictures and stories on the royal wedding.