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THE ROYAL WEDDING: When does it start? Where to watch? Here’s EVERYTHING you need to know

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ROYAL fans are preparing for the biggest party of the year and Republicans are planning to turn of their TV’s as the Royal Wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle this Saturday.

The ceremony will kick off at around 12.00 BST and will be live on BBC One, ITV, Sky One in the UK, Politicalite.com will have a live blog and will be posting ‘Action Replay’ clips on our Facebook page from 10am.

For our American fans across the pond, The wedding will be live on Fox News and on major networks such as ABC, NBC and CBS. NBC’s ‘Today Show’ coverage starts at 4.30am New York time.

The ceremony will take place in St George’s Chapel in Windsor followed by a carriage procession and two receptions, including a private one at Frogmore House in the grounds of Windsor Castle.

Pubs will stay open past 11 pm too as MPs passed a law to allow pubs to stay open until 1AM.

Members of the public who have been invited to watch from the grounds of Windsor Castle will begin to arrive from 9am.

Guests will arrive between 9.30am and 11 am by coach. At 11.20am, members of the Royal Family will arrive and enter the chapel through the Galilee Porch. Some will arrive in state car from the Royal Mews, including Bentleys, Rolls-Royces and Daimlers.

Prince Harry and his brother and best man the Prince Wiliam will arrive at the chapel’s west steps at 11.45am.

Her Majesty The Queen will be the final member of the Royal Family to arrive for the service and will arrive at 11.55am.

The service will begin at 12 pm, with Meghan Markle due to arrive at the chapel’s west steps at 11.59am.

The procession following the wedding is expected to take 25 minutes.

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