The royal wedding is finally here! After months of waiting Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are finally tying the knot today in what will be a historic wedding. The couple got engaged in November 2017 after almost a year and a half of dating. Meghan will become the second American married into the British royal family and the first African-American royal.
One of the fun parts of watching the ceremony is seeing who was and wasn’t invited. There has been lots of press surrounding Meghan’s estranged half-siblings not getting invited to the wedding and at one point it was believed her father was also not invited. We’ll see what happens when the day comes. We do know that the Spice Girls will be there and their presence is a little more important than your half-brother who you haven’t spoken to in seven years.
The service will be at St. George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle followed by a lunch at St. George’s Hall. There will be a ceremony later at Frogmore House. If you want more details about the wedding cake, cost, invitations and the route of the carriage procession we got you covered.
Find out how you can stream Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s royal wedding below.
Royal Wedding Viewing Details
Date: Saturday, May 19th, 2018
Time: 7:00 A.M. EST
Channel: NBC, ABC, CBS, BBC America, PBS, E! and HBO
Location: St. George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle
How To Watch The Royal Wedding Online
There are a few streaming services that let you access live TV, so if you already pay for Hulu Live, for example, you could watch the network broadcast of your choice on that platform. You can also watch the live stream on ABC’s Good Morning America without a cable subscription. BBC will also have a live stream of the event. The New York Times is also streaming the ceremony on their site.
How To Watch The Royal Wedding On Mobile
Many news sites are streaming the royal wedding on YouTube. You can easily watch the streams below or on the YouTube app.
How To Watch The Royal Wedding Without Cable
Some of the live streams don’t require cable logins, but if you’re dying to watch a particular host during the ceremony don’t worry. You can go to SlingTV and join for only $25 a month. You can click here for a full list of devices compatible with Sling TV. If you’re shy with cash, we recommend subscribing to the seven-day free trial that SlingTV offers on their site.
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