Presenting the royal wedding is a very important job, which requires a gorgeous outfit to go with it. Leading the way for the best dressed presenters on Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's big day was Alex Jones covering for the BBC, who looked stunning in a pink polka dot cocktail dress featuring a V neck and short sleeves, teamed with co-ordinating heels. Adding to her feminine look, Alex's hair was styled in a chic updo. Caroline Kirkwood, meanwhile, stood out in a feminine floral design as she presented the live broadcast show from Windsor.
Alex Jones looked lovely in a pink polka dot dress
BBC reporter Anita Rani, looked royal ready in a couture ready-to-wear tailored white coat by Suzannah. The Versailles design featured long sleeves with flaired cufs, and cinched in at the waist. A red fascinator and nude strappy heels completed her look. Sharing a photo of her outfit on Instagram, Anita wrote: "So unbelievably proud and excited to be part of this moment in history. When do we Bhangra? See you at 9am @bbcone #royalwedding #presenter."
Anita Rani dressed in red and white for the BBC coverage
For ITV, meanwhile, Julie Etchingham, who along with Phillip Schofield lead the live coverage for the channel, opted for a form-fitting navy lace dress, wearing her blonde hair down in a straight do.
Julie Etchingham looked stunning in lace
Good Morning Britain presenter Charlotte Hawkins, meanwhile, chose to wear a beautiful lace midi dress by Chi Chi, featuring a high neckline and cropped sleeves. A pair of white court shoes from Dune completed her look. Charlotte took to social media to share the details of her outfit as she stood outside Windsor Castle. "The big day is here! On air with @itv from 9.25am-3pm for all the #RoyalWedding action... @debbiedresses@chichiclothing @dune_london," she wrote.
Charlotte Hawkins wore a statement blue dress by Chi Chi
Later in the day, all eyes will be on Meghan's gown as she walks down the aisle to marry her Prince. While details of her dress have been kept under wraps, it has been speculated that the design is Givenchy, while other fashion watchers believe it could be Stella McCartney. Fashion details of one royal guest have been revealed already though. Princess Eugenie will be stepping out in British label Gainsbourg. The bespoke brand has two designers at the helm; ex-Vogue art editor Caroline Breteau and Sam Dougal, a former Alexander McQueen designer. "Yes, we can confirm we are dressing Princess Eugenie tomorrow, but I am afraid we can't give you any more details apart from that," a brand spokesperson has said. They did confirm that the dress would be blue, and bespoke.