Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are getting hitched! Where can you watch the Royal Wedding?
An estimated 2 billion viewers watched the marriage of Prince William and Kate Middleton in 2011. Over 750 million watched Prince Charles and Lady Diana Spencer in 1981. This weekend it’s the royal wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle and an estimated 3 billion will be tuning in. I plan on donning my favorite jammies and enjoying some mimosas for the Royal Wedding. It may not be a British custom, but it'll work for me. Where can you tune in to watch?
For a comic spin on the Royal Events, check out HBO’s Live: with Cord and Tish starting at 7:30 AM. Cord and Tish are also known as Saturday Night Live alums Will Ferrell and Molly Shannon.
More traditional coverage of the Royal Vows are as follows:
ABC starts their coverage with a five-hour edition of Good Morning America, live coverage starts at 5 AM.
BBC America will host the US version of the United Kingdom’s “The Beeb” with live coverage starting at 4:15 AM.
BBC World News will start their wedding content at Midnight, with live coverage of the wedding starting at 5 AM.
CBS will air special coverage live from London begging at 4 AM.
CNN Live coverage will begin from Windsor at 4 AM, anchored by Anderson Cooper, Alisyn Camerota and Don Lemon.
E! Live from the Royal Wedding will air from Windsor with five hours of coverage starting at 5 AM
Fox News Live coverage starts at 5 AM.
NBC will start their coverage at 4 AM, live from NYC.
PBS – Live coverage from the BBC.
TLC will provide a live four-hour feed starting at 5 AM.