How to watch Prince Harry and Meghan Markles royal wedding
The wedding will take place at Windsor Castle on May 19. Chris Jackson/Getty Images
- The is quickly approaching and you'll want to figure out exactly how to watch the event of the year before it's too late.
- The Today Show is heading to the UK to bring Americans live coverage of the royal wedding.
- PBS is also reportedly covering the event.
- Other mainstream outlets, such as ABC and CBS, will have access to coverage on the day.
We are officially less than a month away from the quite literally the most exciting celebrity wedding of the year, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's royal wedding. The wedding, which will take place at Windsor Castle on Saturday, May 19, has been one of the most highly anticipated events of 2019. As details have emerged about these royal nuptials, which include everything from speculation about who is designing Markle's to the kind of wedding cake they'll be enjoying to which destination they'll choose as their honeymoon destination, we've all gotten a bit obsessed (in a healthy way!).
But the key question on everyone's mind at this point has to be: How can we watch the royal wedding if we're one of the unlucky many who can't attend? Here's everything you need to know about how to watch Prince Harry and Markle get hitched.
Who is covering the wedding?
The primary U.S.-based outlet covering the royal wedding (which means we get an all-access pass, so to speak) isToday. It was announced on April 11 that the primaryTodayteam would be heading to the U.K. for the weekend of the royal wedding. Lead coanchors Savannah Guthrie and Hoda Kotb will reportedly do an exclusive live show the day before the wedding, on Friday, April 18, with familiar faces like Kathie Lee Gifford and Al Roker making an appearance.
Then, on the day of the wedding, Guthrie and Kotb will reportedly be watching and commenting on the wedding as it happens about 30 minutes into the wedding. IfTodaytuning in 30 minutes late freaks you out, PBS is also reportedly covering the royal wedding — thank goodness for that!
Where can you watch?
Americans are in luck because we'll be able to watch right on their televisions. Thanks toTodaydoing their live coverage of the event, we'll be able to watch the wedding on NBC.Deadlineconfirmed on April 11 that PBS will be airing the royal wedding in its entirety on May 19, with plenty of royals-themed programming airing in the week leading up to the event. Additionally,The Sunreported that a Kensington Palace rep confirmed that there would be a pool camera at the wedding, meaning there would be a camera that other outlets can plug into to stream the coverage. This could mean that other mainstream outlets here in the U.S., like ABC and CBS as well as CNN, will have access to coverage on the day. For now, consider NBC and PBS your best bet and check your local TV guides on the day of to make sure you're not missing anything.
What time does it air?
Thanks to the magic of time zones, the royal wedding fans based here in the U.S. are going to have to go to bed pretty early on Friday if they're going to get up in time for the royal wedding. The event kicks off at noon on Saturday in the U.K., which means that folks on the East Coast here in the U.S. will have to get up at 7 a.m. and over on the West Coast, you'll have to get up at 4 a.m. to watch all the magic unfold. You can always DVR it, of course, but why do that when you can watch it live and then nap in the afternoon?
And there you have it. All the key details about how to watch the royal wedding. Make space in your DVR now and make sure to set no less than a dozen alarms for the day because you do not want to miss a single second of this once-in-a-lifetime event.
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