Wondering how to watch the royal wedding? We've got you covered! Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are tying the knot on May 19th, and you don't wanna miss it. Read on for six ways to watch this regal matrimony totally free.
1. Tune in at the Cinema
That's right, you can catch the whole ceremony in theaters, so don't forget the popcorn! Almost 200 movie theaters in the U.S. will be screening the wedding. Britbox and Fathom Events have partnered to show the royal nuptials in select theaters commercial-free.
2. Watch on HBO
If your big screen at home sounds like a bloody brilliant idea, HBO subscribers can enjoy a special broadcast of the wedding with colorful commentary. Molly Shannon and Will Farrell as Tish Cattigan and Cord Hosenbeck are hosting this special that starts at 7:30 a.m. Eastern Time. With thoughtful insights and special guests, Cord and Tish are sure to make a splash across the pond.
3. Watch on PBS
Other cable subscribers can tune in to the live PBS broadcast and check out The Royal Wedding Watch special with Meredith Viera.
4. Feel the TLC on TLC
TLC will be broadcasting live, plus dishing out on all the fun, fashion, pomp and circumstance!
5. Watch & Stream on BBC America
Blimey! What's more British than the BBC? Watching the Royal Wedding on BBC America TV or online.
6. Stream on CBSNews.com
Finally, if you don't have cable, cheer up, old chap! CBSN, CBS's Live Stream, will begin coverage at 4 a.m. Eastern, and you don't need a subscription to watch.
And there you have it. The time has come for Meghan Markle to become her Royal Highness Princess Henry of Wales! So phone your mates and pour a cup of tea, because this is one royal "do" you don't want to miss.
Will YOU be watching? What are you most excited to see? Sound off on those comments down below!