Prince William and Kate Middleton's wedding, as imagined in a hit viral advertisement, is a right royal knees up.
In the T-Mobile advertisement, a leaping Archbishop of Canterbury, a trotting Princess Anne and Zara Phillips, a bottom-bumping Charles and Camilla, a clapping Queen, and a pelvis-thrusting Harry, among others, lead out the royal newly weds to the song House of Love by boy band East 17.
Prince William raises the roof, when he leapfrogs his brother, busts some disco moves and beckons his bride, before the pair groove down the aisle at St Bartholomew's Church in London - a church that featured in Four Weddings And A Funeral.
The ad ends with a variation on T-Mobile's slogan, One's Life is For Sharing.
More than three million people have watched the video since it appeared on YouTube at the weekend.
The Advertising Standards Authority said the clip broke no rules as it does not imply product endorsement by royals, the Daily Mail reported.
T-Mobile said the ad was "a congratulatory message to William and Kate, as well as a way of capturing the nation's celebratory mood."