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How To Watch The Royal Wedding In Australia

The countdown is on!

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry tie the knot within the hallowed halls of Windsor Castle on May 19th. If you have a feeling your invite got lost in the mail (us too), never fear: it’s easy to watch the royal wedding from wherever you are in Australia. This is how.

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Channel Seven will broadcast the royal wedding on our TV screens on Saturday May 19th, with a host of royal experts live on air throughout the evening. 

In the leadup to the big day, Sunrise will be the home of all royal wedding coverage, with Samantha Armytage and David Koch beaming live from key locations across Windsor and London.

From there, senior correspondents Melissa Doyle and Michael Usher will anchor a Seven News live special coverage of the Royal Wedding on Seven and 7PLUS on Saturday 19 May from a purpose-built studio overlooking Windsor Castle – hence, viewers will have unparalleled views of the Royal couple.  

They’ll then cross live to Europe Bureau Chief Hugh Whitfeld and Europe Correspondent Laurel Irving during festivities at Windsor Castle and nearby London. US Correspondent Ashlee Mullany will be live from Meghan’s old stomping ground in Los Angeles and a team of reporters across Australia will be live from Royal Wedding viewing parties. 

The royal wedding will also be live-streamed on Seven and 7PLUS.

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With the wedding just weeks away, it’s time to stock up on champagne, clear your calendar and get ready to watch the royal event of the year (while you wait, this is everything we know about Harry and Meghan’s big day so far).

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