If you didn’t already know, the royal wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle is happening this weekend. If you’re thinking of ways to watch the royal wedding without having a video that buffers every three seconds, here’s the good news: BBC Lifestyle (StarHub channel 432) and BBC World News (StarHub channel 701) will be showing a live broadcast of the historical event on Saturday, 19 May, from 4pm to 9pm.
Don’t want to sit through the whole event? Just make sure you’re in front of your TV at 7pm because that’s the time they’ll be exchanging their vows. The couple will then have the Carriage Procession at 8pm, which you wouldn’t want to miss.
If you still have royal wedding fever the next day, tune in to National Geographic (Singtel TV channel 201 and StarHub channel 411) at 8pm to watch Prince Harry’s Story: Four Royal Weddings, which follows Harry’s life from his childhood to the time he spent as an active soldier and his wedding. The show will also touch on three other marriages: Charles, Prince of Wales and Diana, Princess of Wales; Charles, Prince of Wales and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall; Prince William, Duke of Cambridge and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge. The show can also be streamed on FOX+.
At 9pm, switch the channel to TLC (StarHub channel 427) to watch Harry And Meghan Said Yes, which will feature the channel’s wedding experts sharing their thoughts about the big day. The list of experts include David Emanuel, who designed Princess Diana’s wedding dress!
Still having post-wedding blues a week after? Catch Operation Royal Wedding, which gives you a sneak peek into the behind-the-scenes of the wedding, featuring the organisers who made it happen. These include Dominic Reid, who is the go-to person for organising the biggest ceremonies and royal events in the UK, as well as the Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby who will officiate the upcoming wedding. This will be aired on National Geographic on May 27, 8pm, and will also be streamed on FOX+.
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