Pages on the royal wedding website have been viewed two million times since being launched a few days ago.
Tens of thousands of royal fans have been logging on to the internet portal to view the latest information about the nuptials.
A St James’s Palace spokeswoman said: “We’ve had two million page impressions in the last two days.”
Prince William’s office has said it is considering plans to broadcast his marriage to Kate Middleton on April 29 live on the new website.
On the wedding day itself the site will be the first place to read about details of the bride’s dress and other information.
The home-page features the informal Mario Testino photograph of the couple released to mark their engagement.
It also brings together a number of the monarchy’s social media accounts from the Clarence House Twitter feed, the royal Flickr and Facebook accounts, and the Royal Channel on YouTube.
Content on the site includes information already released about the event such as the venue for the reception – Buckingham Palace – and details about William and Miss Middleton’s visit last week to St Andrews University, where they studied.