Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's wedding from extravagant 2011 celebration. They'll be wed in Windsor Castle, not Westminster Abbey; , while Kate's features a massive blue sapphire; and Harry's bringing an American into the fold, as opposed to a born-and-bred Brit.
But Prince Harry's will be the same as his brother's in the only way that really matters (at least to me): it will be televised. Here's where you can tune in:
PBS will also be showing the wedding live. The channel will run a five-part nightly series starting May 14, which will end with a live broadcast of the wedding on May 19.
CBS will start their coverage at 4 a.m. eastern from Windsor. Tina Brown will join Gayle King and Kevin Frazier live. CBSN, CBS's live-streaming site will also reportedly be broadcasting coverage starting at 4 a.m.
Joy Reid will anchor coverage of the royal wedding on MSNBC from New York starting at 4 a.m. eastern, while Stephanie Ruhle and Katy Tur will report live from Windsor.
The Today show has announced its coverage. On the day of the wedding, commentary will begin on NBC at 4:30 a.m. eastern with Savannah Guthrie and Hoda Kotb reporting live from "an exclusive vantage point overlooking Windsor Castle."
Fox's coverage of the big day will begin at 5 a.m. eastern with Ainsley Earhardt broadcasting live from Windsor. Their main coverage of the wedding will start at 6 a.m., and will feature Shepard Smith and Sandra Smith along with other guests.
BBC America will be streaming coverage and commentary of the event on May 19. Here's where you can sign in with your subscription or cable account information.
Good Morning America will be starting their coverage at 5 a.m. eastern on ABC. 20/20 will also provide coverage of the royal wedding with primetime specials on Friday, May 18 at 10 p.m. ET and Saturday, May 19 at 10 p.m. eastern.
"E! Live From the Royal Wedding" with hosts Giuliana Rancic, Brad Goreski, Sarah-Jane Crawford, and royal expert Melanie Bromley will start at 5 a.m. eastern on May 19. The channel will also have programming like “" scheduled in the weeks leading up to the wedding, and are airing a "Royal Wedding Rundown" on Saturday evening, to recap the historic event right after it happens.
In a movie theater:
If you prefer to watch the royal wedding commercial-free with surround sound, Fathom Events is partnering with BritBox and ITV to air the festivities at nearly 200 locations at 10 a.m. local time. For more information, including how to buy tickets, visit .
While we don't have a specific link just yet, but we'll be sure to drop one in as soon as it's available.
Royal fans turned out in droves to watch Kate walk down the aisle back in 2011, garnering in the U.S. alone. And while one might assume that all royal weddings are televised, it's not a must. For example, and Sophie Rhys-Jones chose not to broadcast their nuptials back in June of 1999.
Be sure to watch this space for more information on where and when you can watch the big day. We're already counting down the days!
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