Get front-row seats to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s wedding ceremony at St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle which is set to happen on May 19.
The royal couple will be saying “I do” in the evening, beginning with the arrivals of members of the royal family and various public figures at 5pm. The exchange of vows will take place at 7pm. After they’ve been pronounced husband and wife, there will be a carriage procession at 8pm.
Don’t miss a single moment of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s union by tuning into these channels:
1. E! Entertainment (Astro Ch 712)
Look forward to light-hearted commentaries and zesty one-liners from your favourite E! presenters Giuliana Rancic, Brad Goreski and Sarah-Jane Crawford as the wedding ceremony unfolds. Telecast starts from 5pm onwards.
2. Sky News HD (Astro Ch 532)
Shot in ultra high-definition, Sky News aims to deliver every detail of the royal wedding to viewers at home. The crystal clear live coverage, which begins at 4pm, is made possible through the 51 cameras positioned around the chapel.
3. CNN (Astro Ch 511)
CNN’s top presenters like Anderson Cooper and Richard Quest have been roped in for the live coverage of the royal wedding, which begins at 4pm. Besides witnessing the ceremony, Prince Harry biographer Angela Levin and Megan Markle’s former theater professor at Northwestern University Dr. Harvey Young will offer insights on the bride and groom’s life.
4. BBC Lifestyle and BBC World News (Unifi TV Ch 601)
BBC boasts a team of seven reporters stationed around Windsor Castle. Channel 5 News’ Kirsty Young and BBC Radio 2’s Dermot O’Leary will be based by the moat outside Windsor Castle while BBC World News’ Huw Edwards will be on the roof of the Guard Room within the walls of castle.
The three will be closest to where the action is, getting a close look of the guests as they arrive.
Radio 1 Breakfast Show’s Tina Daheley, The One Show’s Alex Jones, BBC Sport’s Ore Oduba and Countryfile’s Anita Rani will be situated around the castle, capturing the atmosphere of the people and speaking to those who has come to witness the ceremony.
BBC’s live broadcast begins at 4pm. Download and watch the highlights later on BBC Player.