Where To Watch The Royal Wedding Online And On TV
Where to Watch the Royal Wedding 2018
Dying to know where to watch the 2018 Royal Wedding? Details how to catch the wedding of the century between Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.
Imagine it's your wedding day. The invitations were sent, seating chart arranged, cake iced, flowers arranged and there's something new, something blue, something borrowed. With all eyes on you, you get to feel like a princess for a day. Well, come next weekend a lucky lady by the name of Meghan Markle not only gets to a have the fairytale wedding but be a princess for life after the wedding is over. In case you hadn't heard, Britain's most eligible bachelor, Prince Harry, took himself off the market when he proposed to American actress Meghan Markle in November. And now cue the wedding bells because it's almost time for the Royal Wedding! If you didn't make the guest list for the regal ritual, don't despair. We've got all the information on how and where to watch the Royal Wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle on May 19, 2018. An estimated 2.8 billion people watched the last royal wedding (one-third of the world) and we want to make sure you are one of those billions this time around. Whether you're watching online or on your television in the UK or in the US, we've got you covered.
When is the Royal Wedding? (2018)
First things first, every royal wedding guest or wedding viewer needs to know the essential details of the royal wedding such as the location and start time of the wedding. The ceremony will take place at St. George's Chapel at Windsor Castle. The nuptials will start at noon local time, which means 7 a.m. EST in the US. If you're not an early bird but want to watch the royal wedding, consider booking a last minute flight across the pond now!
Where to Watch the Royal Wedding on TV (US)
If you are not one of the select 600 guests who has been invited to attend the wedding ceremony of the royal wedding then take notes, here is all you need to know about where to watch the royal wedding on TV in the US. Here is a list of all the networks that will be covering the wedding come May 19th.
NBC The Today Show team is heading across the pond for a special two-day event. They will host a special pre-wedding episode on Friday, May 18th. Then they are up bright and early to start the coverage of the royal wedding at 4:30 a.m. EST.
ABC The Good Morning America show is also heading across the Atlantic. Their coverage of the royal wedding runs from 5 a.m. to 10 am EST.
PBS In the lead up to the royal wedding, PBS is hosting a Royal Wedding Watch series. The series premieres on Monday, May 14 and runs all the way through their live coverage of the royal wedding on Sunday.
CBS CBS's coverage of the royal wedding will start at 4 a.m. EST.
FOX FOX will be starting their live coverage from Windsor at 6 a.m. EST.
Set those alarms bright and early, you don't want to miss the royal wedding bells! If you are not interested in the pre-ceremony coverage, tune in to any of the listed networks at 7 a.m. EST. But royal weddings don't happen that often so it might be worth sacrificing some beauty sleep to catch all the pre- royal wedding coverage.
Don't have cable? Here's where you can watch the ceremony online.
Where to Watch The Royal Wedding Online
No cable or TV? No problem. Many of the networks will have their live coverage of the royal wedding available both on TV and online. A list of networks where you can stream the royal wedding only include:
Just sign in with your cable provider, and you are all set! If you have a Hulu subscription, you can also try Hulu Live TV as Hulu Live TV lets you stream cable channels, without cable. Don't miss a second of this year's royal wedding! They don't come around that often and we've got a good few years to go until George is old enough to be married!
Not in the US? Don't fret! Here's where you can watch the ceremony in the UK.
Where to Watch the Royal Wedding on TV (UK)
If you're lucky enough to be on the same side of the Atlantic ocean as the royal family, you get a few more hours of sleep before the ceremony of the century starts. The ceremony will start at 12 p.m. local time and covered by BBC, Sky News and ITV. The BBC announced that a TV license would not be needed to watch the wedding so communities can screen the event at street parties and gatherings. The hardest decision you'll have to make all day is whether to drink Pimms or G&Ts (a personal favorite of the Queen).