Here's Where to Watch the Royal Wedding
2018 will bring one of the most highly anticipated nuptials that we’ve seen in years: the younger prince of Wales to former Suits actress, Meghan Markle. And, granted that you don’t live under a total rock, you’re probably aware that Prince Harry and Ms. Markle’s wedding is fast-approaching.
The two managed to keep a low-profile for their first year of dating. Kensington Palace announced the two’s courtship in late 2016 and confirmed they had been a pair for several months.
However, we still didn’t see the two together until September 2017 when they appeared hand-in-hand at the Invictus Games. Vanity Fair also interviewed Markle around this time, and the former actress opened up about her and Harry’s relationship.
In November, we all got the big news: Meghan and Harry are getting married! Their St. George’s Chapel wedding is set for this Saturday, May 19th and will draw in spectators from all over the world.
If you’re like me, you probably have your Royal Wedding game-plan nailed down to the type of Prosecco you’ll be buying for you and the girls. But, if you’re not as, you know… #extra, it’s worth noting that most major media outlets will run a live broadcast.
Here’s a list of sites you can witness the Royal Wedding (provided by Do You Remember?):
BBC America will simulcast BBC One’s coverage of the wedding, the time has yet to be confirmed.
You can watch BBC America with YouTube TV.
ABC will run coverage from 5 A.M. to 10 A.M. (EST) on Good Morning America, hosted by Robin Roberts and David Muir.
The TODAY show will run the longest coverage window of US channels, from 4:30 AM to 11 A.M. (EST), hosted by Savannah Guthrie and Hoda Kotb. Megyn Kelly, Kathie Lee Gifford, Al Roker, and Sheinelle Jones will also hop onto the coverage to give commentary!
Coverage will kick off at 4 A.M. (EST) with Gayle King and Kevin Frazier.
If you have a Hulu live package, YouTube TV package, or Sling TV, all three platforms will be streaming the royal wedding live.
For any live coverage, if you’re just tuning in to watch the vows, make sure you’re at your computer or TV by 7 A.M. (EST) at the very latest!