Here’s how to stream the royal wedding — if your invitation from Prince Harry and Meghan Markle got lost in the mail
Consider the countdown to the royal wedding officially on. Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are inching closer to tying the knot, and people all over the world are preparing for the big day.
While only 600 guests will be on-hand at St George’s Chapel to watch the pair exchange vows on May 19th, over 2,600 people have been invited to the Windsor Castle grounds — the royal estate where the chapel is located — to celebrate the wedding. But for those billions of us not lucky enough to secure an invite to Windsor Castle or the wedding itself, like Prince William and Kate Middleton’s 2011 wedding, Prince Harry and Meghan’s wedding will be televised.
The royal wedding is set to begin promptly at 12 p.m. BST, meaning fans back in the U.S. will be starting their Saturdays very early on May 19th. But while we’ll be watching Prince Harry and Meghan exchange vows while drinking gallons of coffee — okay, and a little champagne — from our couches, we’ll have no shortage of ways to watch it because a number of news outlets will be televising the nuptials, with pre-wedding coverage beginning hours before the event starts.
So…where can we watch the royal wedding?
Good Morning America‘s Robin Roberts and World News Tonight‘s David Muir will be anchoring ABC’s coverage of the royal wedding from Windsor, U.K. Their coverage of the wedding will run from 5 a.m. ET until 10 a.m. ET, and the pair will be joined by a number of correspondents and contributors including GMA‘s Adrienne Bankert and ABC News’ James Longman.
CBS This Morning’s Gayle King and Entertainment Tonight‘s Kevin Frazier will be leading CBS’s coverage of the royal wedding from London. Their pre-wedding show will begin at 4 a.m. ET and the pair will be joined by CBS News Royal Contributor Tina Brown. The CBS coverage of the royal wedding will also be streaming online on CBSN.
Today Show lead anchors Savannah Guthrie and Hoda Kotb will be leading NBC’s coverage of the wedding from Windsor, beginning at 4:30 a.m. ET. The entire team will be making their way over to the U.K., since Megyn Kelly, Kathie Lee Gifford, Al Roker, and Sheinelle Jones will also be assisting with coverage, as will additional NBC News correspondents.
PBS will be televising Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s wedding, following a five night Royal Wedding Watch special, hosted by Meredith Vieira and Matt Baker, during the week leading up to the wedding.
BBC America will also be televising the royal wedding as a live simulcast of BBC One’s coverage of the event. But for those not looking to get up early to watch Prince Harry and Meghan exchange vows, BBC America will be re-airing the wedding later in the day.
If you’re one of those cord-cutters, never fear. With Hulu’s live TV streaming package you can catch up on *all* the coverage on just about every network. Hulu’s coverage kicks off at 4:00 a.m. ET with their Royal Wedding Live coverage — and if you’re really in it more for the royal wedding *specials,* Hulu has you covered there, too with a collection of royal themed movies and specials.