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All the details on where and what time to watch The Royal Wedding in Australia

Don’t miss a single second.

By Maddison Hockey
It's the wedding of the century (sorry Kate and Wills) and the countdown to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's big day this Saturday May 19th is officially on.
If you haven't already marked your calendar, do so ASAP, but also take note that your living room couch can serve as the perfect front row seat.
Harry and Meghan's big day will air on several Australian networks.

Nine Network

7pm Harry and Meghan: The Royal Wedding
Coverage will be hosted by Georgie Gardner and Karl Stefanovic from key locations across Windsor and London.
The Today show hosts will also have a team of "Royal insiders" including "Camilla Tominey, Royal Editor of the UK's Sunday Express; Dickie Arbiter, former press secretary to Her Majesty The Queen and media manager for Prince Charles and Princess Diana; and esteemed Royal photographer Arthur Edwards."
If you don't have access to a television, the wedding will also be streamed live on 9Now.

ABC

7.30pm Royal Wedding: Prince Harry & Meghan Markle
Join hosts Annabel Crabb and Jeremy Fernandez as they take you live to St George's Chapel, Windsor Castle, for the wedding of the year. They'll be joined by former BBC Royal correspondent Jennie Bond as they cover every aspect of the momentous occasion.
The wedding is fast approaching!

Channel 7 and 7PLUS

4pm, Special Event: Royal Wedding: Prince Harry & Meghan
Melissa Doyle and Michael Usher will have a prime position as they anchor Seven News' live special coverage on Channel Seven and 7PLUS from a purpose-built studio overlooking Windsor Castle.
7pm, Special Event: Royal Wedding: Prince Harry & Meghan
Join Melissa and Michael for the most spectacular coverage of the Royal wedding. There'll be commentary from BBC broadcaster Angela Rippon and Royal experts Tim Ewart and Victoria Arbiter.

SBS and SBS On Demand

7:30pm, Royal Wedding LIVE
Comedian Joel Creasey and TV and radio presenter Myf Warhurst will team up with legendary journalist Ray Martin. Filmed in front of a live studio audience in Sydney, the panel will discuss topical issues and chat to a royalist and republican. They'll also cross live to SBS News European correspondent Ben Lewis at Windsor.
Harry and Meghan's ceremony is due to begin at 9pm AEST.

Network Ten

9.30am, The Loop: Royal Wedding Special
Scott Tweedie and Liv Phyland present the ultimate wedding music playlist. It's the perfect warm-up for the big event.

Lifestyle Channel on Foxtel

4.30pm, Meghan Markle: How To Be Royal
Before Meghan walks down the aisle, she'll have to master perfect Royal etiquette. This one-hour special examines everything the bride-to-be must learn about how to behave in regal fashion.

E! on Foxtel

7.30pm, E! Live From The Royal Wedding
The network's five-hour coverage is hosted by pop culture expert Giuliana Rancic, celebrity fashion stylist Brad Goreski, royal expert E! News chief correspondent Melanie Bromley, and E! UK TV host Sarah-Jane Crawford.

FOX & Comedy Channel on Foxtel

9.30pm, The Royal Wedding Live With Cord And Tish
Fictitious morning talk-show hosts Cord Hosenbeck (Will Ferrell) and Tish Cattigan (Molly Shannon) will leave no detail of the event unturned in their hilarious coverage.

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