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How to Watch the Royal Wedding

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle
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It's hard to believe that the royal wedding is just one day away, but we're officially counting down the hours until Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are pronounced husband and wife. Although the majority of us won't be able to venture across the pond to witness their nuptials firsthand, the ceremony will be televised, so you can watch Harry and Meghan become husband and wife from the comfort of your own home.

 

And we're making it even easier. We've partnered with PeopleTV to bring you a play-by-play livestream that will capture every single royal wedding moment, from the bride's arrival at St. George's Chapel to the happy couple's horse-drawn carriage ride exit. As for the ceremony that falls in between? We'll be inside the church when it's time, so you can actually watch and hear Harry and Meghan's vows.

 

Related: 11 Commonly Asked Royal Wedding Questions—Answered!

 

When the cameras aren't directly on the couple, you'll be able to hear from PEOPLE's Chief Foreign Correspondent Simon Perry and Contributing Correspondent Monique Jessen, who will both report live from Windsor. Stateside, a panel of experts, including Martha Stewart Weddings Editor-at-Large Darcy Miller, will provide commentary on every royal wedding detail, from the bride's wedding dress to the celebrity guest list.

 

The U.K.'s GMT time zone is five hours ahead of Eastern America's EST, which means you'll have to wake up bright and early to tune in (tuning in from Cali? See you at 3 a.m.!). Check back here for coverage beginning at 6 a.m. on the morning of May 19 (we'll be streaming live until around 10 a.m.). Feeling like rising even earlier? Turn on the TV an hour or two earlier, which is when the majority of news outlets will begin their coverage.