How to Watch Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s Wedding

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle

Over 23 million Americans watched Prince William and Kate Middleton’s wedding in 2011, so we’re guessing the same amount of viewers (or more if you count all those Suits fans) will be glued to their screens for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s wedding next weekend. For those who already have the date saved in their calendars, but don’t have a clue as to where to watch the social event of the year, below we give you a handy guide on how to tune in.

WHO/WHAT: We think we can skip this. At this point, we’re confident you know what all of the hoopla is about.

WHEN: The ceremony will take place on Saturday, May 19th at noon in London. That means, those on the East Coast will have to work for it and wake up early. Plan to wake up by at least 7:00 a.m. or earlier as most broadcast networks and livestreams will start their coverage at 6:00 a.m. You definitely don’t want to miss seeing Meghan Markle and her mother, Doria Ragland, on their carriage ride to the chapel. (Those of you on the West Coast, we suggest you DVR it.)

WHERE: Thankfully, the viewing options are bountiful!

On TV, you can catch it on CBS, where Gayle King and Kevin Frazier will be hosting. At NBC, the Today show will be reporting live from Windsor Castle, while ABC’s special will be hosted by Robin Roberts and David Muir. PBS and BBC America will also be broadcasting the wedding, and of course, E! will be dedicating a five hour broadcast to the event, too. And HBO will be doing a slightly different take, with a satirical daytime show hosted by Will Ferrell and Molly Shannon called The Royal Wedding Live with Cord and Tish!

Online, many websites will be live-streaming, including most of the broadcasters mentioned above. Add to that The New York Times,, and even Kensington Palace will provide an official livestream of the event, as well.

Start setting your alarm clocks—it’s almost go-time!