PRINCE WILLIAM and Kate Middletons royal wedding will not become the latest 3D TV phenomenon after Buckingham Palace ruled it out. BSkyB, which launched a 3D television channel last October, went to great lengths to try to persuade the royal family of the possibilities afforded by the new technology, filming a mock wedding with the two leads played by stand-ins at a church in Eastbourne, Sussex, two weeks ago. It was followed up by a 3D demonstration at the Guards Chapel in Windsor, but the palace on Tuesday night ruled out filming the wedding - to be held on April 29 at Westminster Abbey - with the technology largely on logistical grounds, MediaGuardian.co.uk can reveal. Guardian