Here’s How To Watch The Royal Wedding

Here comes the dope af bride! It’s almost time for the royal wedding, and we’re already planning our viewing parties.

We won’t lie – we are dying to see what Meghan Markle wears and Prince Harry’s face when he sees her walking down the aisle. The two get hitched at George’s Chapen in Windsor Castle – and the entire world will be watching – no, seriously.

The event will be all over television on May 19, and definately one to watch. While BBC will have a live stream going, there are other channels you can catch the first married couple’s kiss on, too.

E! News 5:00 A.M. ET
7:00 P.M. ET, E! will air a recap

Decca Records Hours after they will release footage to watch. A physical copy of the ceremony will be available on May 25

PBS Live broadcaststarts Saturday morning

CBS 4:00 A.M. ET.
CBSN, CBS’ streaming platform, will also have 24/7 coverage
A prime-time special will air that night CBS at 8:00 P.M. ET.

ABC Saturday morning
Augmented-reality feature on ABC News’ IOS app will make you feel like you’re really there
Few hours later, ABC will air a 20/20special about the wedding
Abcnews.com and its social platforms will also air footage

NBC Four-hour edition of Today from Windsor Castle starting at 4:30 A.M. ET.