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How to watch the royal wedding



After almost a week, we are officially in single-digit countdown for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's highly anticipated royal wedding on Saturday, May 19.

And even if you are not going to be over the pond in Windsor, England, for the big day, you will be able to capture every detail of Harry and Meghan's wedding as it happens. Several networks and websites – including PEOPLE.com – will stream the ceremony and the arrival of the A-list live before the service at St. George's Chapel.

Here is an overview of all the places where you can see the wedding, who runs their programs and when you can start watching (the actual ceremony starts at 7 pm ET)

PEOPLE.com

A live broadcast will air on PEOPLE.com at 6 pm ET. Hosted by PEOPLE Now hosting Jeremy Parsons, it will feature performances by PEOPLE editors in our New York City studio and PEOPLE Reporter on the ground in Windsor. We will also broadcast the ceremony live.

NBC

The team of Today goes to Windsor to broadcast live. Savannah Guthrie, Hoda Kotb, Al Roker and Sheinelle Jones are all on their way to England, where they will broadcast a special episode on Friday, May 1

8, the day before the wedding. And on the day of, they start their show bright and early, at 4:30 pm EST. You can also watch the wedding live on NBC.com.

  Prince Harry and Meghan Markle

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle

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ABC
[19659002] The crew of Good Morning America also travels to Windsor for a five-hour wedding Record live coverage from 5 am to 10 am EST. The wedding will also stream live on her site.

PBS

PBS will broadcast the royal wedding live, as well as several special episodes about Harry and Meghan leading up to the big day itself. These special episodes, called Royal Wedding Watch will be moderated by Meredith Vieira and British television presenter Matt Baker.

FOX News

Fox News will also be in Windsor for the wedding. Shepard Smith, Sandra Smith and Ainsley Earhardt will jointly anchor the station's broadcast, starting at 6 am CET.

  St. Georges Chapel at Windsor Castle

St. Georges Chapel at Windsor Castle

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CBS

Gayle King and Kevin Frazier will be co-hosting the Royal Wedding Representation live from Windsor with CBS at 4am CET beginning April. Tina Brown will also join the duo to comment on the events of the day.

HBO

The most laughing coverage of the royal wedding is certainly from HBO, where Will Ferrell and Molly Shannon will be the characters of local news anchors Cord Hosenbeck (Ferrell) and Tish Cattigan (Shannon) who previously hosted the Rose Parade earlier this year. This special, The royal wedding Live with string and Tish! will air on HBO from 7.30 pm EST.


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