Can You Hear The Royal Wedding Bells?

    It’s nearly royal wedding time! In a few short days, Prince Harry’s marriage to Meghan Markle will have me, and all of my fellow wedding enthusiasts glued to our TVs, fawning over her dress, his smile, and all of those incredible hats.

    When is the Royal Wedding?

    For those like me, who have binged watched the entirety of The Crown in a single weekend or compulsively buys every magazine promising a glimpse of The Royal Corgis, you will probably be tuning in the Royal Wedding. The nuptials will take place Saturday, May 19th, proving to every little girl (and not so little) that fairy tales do come true.

    How to Watch The Royal Wedding

    If you happen to find yourself in London, well you’re just lucky! For the rest of us, it means getting up early.

    On the West Coast, the service will begin at 4:00 a.m. with most news channels starting coverage at 1:00. On the East Coast, the service will begin at 7:00 a.m. and you can bet that the event will be carried on most, if not all, major networks.

    Not an early bird? Never fear, most news outlets will be rebroadcasting in the evening so you can still catch all the hats, corgis, and horse-drawn carriages.

    How to Stream the Royal Wedding

    For all the cord cutters, the New York Times will be streaming it live, along with many other news and entertainment sites. Pop some champagne and join in the festivities!

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