Royal Wedding LIVE: Where to watch Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's wedding and what time does it start?
The official ceremony is scheduled to take place on Saturday, May 18, at St. George's Chapel, located on the grounds of Windsor Castle, 32 kilometers west of central London
Hark! the merry wedding bells ring.
After months of preparation, it is that time of the year when Prince Harry, the sixth in line to the throne, is all set to tie the knot with his American fiancee, Meghan Markle, during a gala ceremony at Windsor Castle.
The official ceremony is scheduled to take place on Saturday, May 19, at St. George's Chapel, located on the grounds of the Castle (around 32 kilometers west of central London).
Agreed the venue is not as eyeball-grabbing as Westminster Abbey - where Prince William and Kate Middleton got married in 2011 with millions of royal enthusiasts becoming a part of their big day one way or the other - and yet anticipation and excitement over the upcoming royal nuptials have been no less.
In fact, all major cable networks across the UK and the US have prepped their schedule in order to fit the biggest extravaganza of the year - Harry and Markle's grand wedding - in their broadcast list.
Luckily for those who are keen to witness every bit of the ceremony without physically traveling to the Palace grounds, we have every detail on how, where, and when to watch the televised wedding on TV as well as online via live stream.
Almost every TV channel will be broadcasting the royal wedding live - whether it is PBS (who are running a nightly series from May 14 to May 19), CBS (Tina Brown joins Gayle King and Kevin Frazier for the coverage), or NBC, who are planning on covering the event from "an exclusive vantage point overlooking Windsor Castle."
For a more extensive coverage, though, viewers should opt BBC America, who will be reporting live on May 19 as well as streaming the entire coverage for your viewing pleasure.
Alternatively, royal enthusiasts can also log on to BBC's official website to live stream the royal affair that begins at 5 am EST.
There's a dedicated YouTube channel as well - The Royal Family - where every minute aspect of the ceremony will be broadcast for the millions of royal watchers online.