T-Mobile is capitalizing on the hoopla surrounding this week’s royal nuptials with a viral video that takes off on another wedding march that caught fire on YouTube. The spot was filmed in London with lots of great lookalikes (check out Camilla!). The message of the video is lost on no one. The Guardian says it’s “The latest bit of shameless Wills’n'Kate band wagon jumping.” The clip was released on Friday and has nearly five million views.
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