How to Watch Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s Wedding If You’re Not a Morning Person
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will make history when they officially tie the knot on May 19th at St. George’s Chapel. Luckily for us commoners across the pond, the ceremony will be aired on several US primetime channels as well as several streaming services.
Here’s a breakdown of how you can tune in to the upcoming royal wedding.
How to watch if you have cable:
Set your alarms clocks because the TODAY show team will be providing live coverage for the royal wedding bright and early. While the actual wedding takes place at 7 a.m EST on May 19, Savannah Guthrie and Hoda Kotb will host a live show at 4:30 a.m from a “special” location nearby the wedding chapel. The TODAY show team will arrive a day prior to the festivities to give viewers exclusive tidbits about the wedding leading up to the big day.
In addition to TODAY, ABC News and Good Morning America will provide special coverage for the event starting at 5 a.m until 10 a.m EST. Added bonus? ABC News and GMA will also live stream the royal wedding coverage on their digital platforms, apps and social media.
Gayle King and Kevin Frazier will kick off CBS’ royal coverage at 5 a.m EST on TV and online as well.
How to watch if you don’t have cable:
Thanks to the good folks over at Hulu and YouTube, you can watch the royal wedding go down right from your computer screen. Just make sure you sign up for Hulu before then!
How to watch if you’re just not a morning person:
Social media will likely be flooded with photos and videos of the event so if you’re not a morning person, the royal wedding highlights will be ready and waiting for you whenever you wake up. Be sure to check out the Kensington Palace’s official Twitter account for highlights.
Source: ELLE COM
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