- Associated Press - Tuesday, April 19, 2011

LONDON (AP) - A spoof wedding video which captures British royal lookalikes boogying down the aisle has gone viral, netting several million hits on YouTube.

Models playing Prince Charles and his wife Camilla bump bottoms while Prince Harry gyrates his hips in the satirical video, which was created to help advertise T-Mobile, a British cell phone company.

Even the archbishop of Canterbury gets in the act, raising the roof as he bounces to the altar.

The video is inspired by “JK Wedding Entrance Dance,” which captured an elaborate routine orchestrated by bride Jill Peterson, groom Kevin Heinz and a bevy of bridesmaids and groomsmen just before their 2009 marriage. The smash hit has spawned a host of imitators.

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