In less than two weeks, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will get married, and boy, is everyone getting excited about the royal wedding. It’s sure to be unforgettable and something you don’t miss. And if you live in the US, you can watch the royal wedding, too. Here’s how.

The wedding ceremony starts at 12:00 noon at St. George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle, about an hour west of London. That means, the royal wedding will air at 7:00am ET. The ceremony is expected to run for an hour.

Different television networks will be broadcasting before that to cover the event and keep you up to date on all the latest royal news and happenings.

Following the wedding, Prince Harry and Markle will take part in a carriage processing before attending a private lunch at St. George’s Hall. Then, there will be a private reception on the grounds of Windsor Castle. But it’s safe to say that these private events won’t be televised.

So, how can you catch the royal wedding on May 19th? Here are the top television broadcasts to show the big event:

E!

Starting at 5am ET, you can watch a five-hour broadcast of the Prince Harry and Meghan’s big day.

ABC

Coverage starts at 5am ET and goes until 10am ET. You can follow ABC’s broadcast even without a TV by live-streaming via abcnews.com or through goodmorningamerica.com

NBC

For early birds, you can start watching coverage at 4:30am ET with the Today show.

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