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    Posted April 29, 2011 by
    Adamstown, Pitcairn Island
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    Watching the royal wedding

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    Pitcairn Islanders watch Royal Wedding live!


    CNN PRODUCER NOTE     pitcairn1234 of Adamstown, Pitcairn Island, tells us the remote British overseas territory in the South Pacific, home to only about 50 people, normally has electricity for just 10 hours a day.

    But on Friday, the government left the power on so locals could watch the royal wedding live on CNN - one of only two TV stations received there. He said there was 'a lot of hype from the islanders,' who stayed up through the early hours to capture the moment.
    - dsashin, CNN iReport producer

    On the remoter British over seas territory of Pitcairn Island,  Andrew Christian, Sue O'Keefe & Pawl Warren pose as they watch events unfold live on CNN

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