(WISTV/WMBF) - - The most anticipated wedding of the year is happening this month - Prince Harry is set to marry American actress Meghan Markle on May 19 at Windsor Castle.
Royal watchers and lovers of romance and good TV will be glued to every screen possible to catch a glimpse of the nuptials. Here's every place you can watch it.
You can watch with us LIVE on WMBF News beginning with coverage at 4:30 a.m.
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Their wedding will feature 2,640 guests, including members from the public, the couple announced in April.
- NBC: Coverage begins at 4:30 a.m. ET with TODAY. Hoda Kotb and Savannah Guthrie will report live from Windsor Castle, and the network promises "an exclusive vantage point" overlooking the venue.
- Watch NBC coverage live on NBCNews.com here, and on YouTube here.
- PBS: The network will show the wedding in its entirety, preluded by a five-part nightly series beginning May 14.
- BBC America: For cable subscribers who can't imagine watching this any other way, the U.S. offshoot will air and stream the wedding. The livestream link can be found here.
The couple announced their engagement late last year. The couple asked that in lieu of gifts, well-wishers can donate the monies to charity as a show of goodwill.
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We can't wait for Saturday!