So, I imagine each of you out there is shaking in your seats, just unable to wait for the unbelievable glory that will be the British Royal Wedding, between actress Meghan Markle and her prince to be, Prince Harry of Wales.
The wedding will take place at St. George’s Chapel in Windsor, and is sure to be an event with the most beautiful pomp, circumstance, and very goofy hats. But, where can you, a lowly American, witness this event? Well, I think these links should help! There’s a royal wedding feed for people of every stripe — from Giuliana Rancic to the super goofy stylings of Will Ferrell and Molly Shanno on HBO. Here are some of the top choices to watch the Royal Wedding.
The wedding will be at noon in England, so check what time it is back home (7 AM EST, 4 AM PST — with the guests rolling around a few hours before then).
Here are the places to witness this royal adventure.
Streaming: Plenty of places are going to be streaming the Royal Wedding online, including the Washington Post (embedded above), CBS, PBS, and of course the BBC. Or, just bookmark this page and watch it on the day of the wedding. We like views!
NBC, ABC, CBS, Telemundo, CNN: Each of these will pretty much be airing the same old stuff, with Telemundo airing it in Spanish — but also keep in mind, ABC is releasing an augmented reality app to go with the wedding! If you want to take a photo of yourself next to a CGI carriage, well, here you go, folks! Also, on CNN, you’ve got Anderson Cooper, so that’s cool (I think)!
HBO: This is the one I’m at least looking forward to the most. Will Ferrell and Molly Shannon will be covering the Royal Wedding as their characters Cord and Tish for HBO. They’ve done this before for the Rose Bowl for Amazon, and their recent appearance on Jimmy Fallon hints at the goofemups to be had.
E!: E! is going to have Giuliana Rancic and something described as “a panel of experts”. How do I become a royal wedding expert? I like silly hats!
Those are the most promising ones, but are there any I missed? Let us know in the comments or on Twitter at @WhatsTrending.