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Britain's Prince William and Kate Middleton leave the

Britain's Prince William and Kate Middleton leave the wedding of their friends Harry Mead and Rosie Bradford in the village of Northleach, England on Oct. 23, 2010. According to an announcement from Clarence House in London, Tuesday Nov. 16, 2010, the couple are engaged, and will be married in 2011. (Credit: AP)

I don't get all the hype about the royal wedding. Personally, I'm tired of hearing about it. However, I've found something that just might be the only thing surrounding the wedding that got me a little excited!

It would not be like E! Online if they didn't bring some kind of amusement about this once-in-a-lifetime event. To promote (even more) excitement for the countdown of the union of William and Kate, a "Royal Name Generator" has created a lot of buzz all over the net. 

Basically, you input your gender, name, and city you live in and this magical "machine" returns your royal name. There is no doubt how accurate these results are.  If anyone has their finger on the pulse of the royal family, it is E! Online.

Queen Jessica Calthorpe Kelleycock of New Yorkham is my royal decree. However, I prefer Your Highness. Simply smashing, isn't it?  Go grab your tea and crumpets, log onto the site, and tell us YOUR royal name. We'll post the best ones on our Facebook page!

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