Watch the royal wedding with the coolest crowd - and in such high definition you'll feel like you're there

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Chloe Best

The royal wedding is set to be the television event of the year, with millions of viewers tuning in around the globe to watch Prince Harry and Meghan Markle say 'I do'. And who could be better to watch the huge spectacle alongside than the people who really know the couple, and those who have amazing tales to tell about planning some similarly A-List weddings themselves?

Sky News has enlisted a totally amazing group of studio guests for the occasion, including Meghan's former agent, Gina Nelthorpe-Cowne, and fashion designer Amanda Wakeley, whose designs have been worn by both the late Diana, Princess of Wales and the Duchess of Cambridge. They'll be joined by Peregrine Armstrong-Jones, the wedding planner responsible for organising the big days of both Zara Phillips and the Beckhams, while deputy editor of ELLE UK, Kenya Hunt, completes the line-up.


Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will say 'I do' at St George's Chapel, Windsor on 19 May

As well as listening to insightful commentary and analysis from the studio, viewers will be able to watch the royal wedding live in Ultra HD via Sky Q (with four times the detail of standard HD), perfect for catching every detail – from Meghan's dress to the couple's first kiss as man and wife – will be broadcast in crystal clear precision.

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Here at HELLO! towers we'll be tuning in and can't wait to see Meghan's arrival at St George's Chapel, or Prince Harry's face when he catches his first glimpse of the beautiful bride. And with Victoria Beckham, Priyanka Chopra and Meghan's former Suits co-stars rumoured to be along the invitees, we'll be looking forward to doing some celeb spotting too.


See all of the action live from Windsor on Sky News

If you're worried you won't instantly recognise every famous face as they stream into the chapel, fret not! Sky News' app will also use world-first software to name key wedding guests live as they arrive, detailing their connection to Prince Harry and Meghan, so you can impress your friends by name-checking the couple's wedding party and extended circle of friends. And if you can't devote the entire day to sitting at home to watch the coverage, you'll be able to keep up to date with the latest news and coverage via the app and mobile site.

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With round-the-clock coverage from presenters Kay Burley and Anna Botting, along with expert analysis from royal reporter Alastair Bruce, you'll see every detail of Prince Harry and Meghan's special day, starting with unique coverage from inside the Windsor Castle grounds at 6am.


Sky News reporters will be sharing unique coverage from inside the Windsor Castle grounds

The Sky News team will be on the ground in Windsor as the lucky invitees make their way to the castle, and capturing the all-important first glance of Meghan in her bespoke wedding gown, following through to the evening celebrations at Frogmore House. Reporters will also be joining street parties and celebrations across the UK, Meghan's hometown of Los Angeles and her previous base, Toronto, Canada. And with everything screened in Ultra High Definition – the only broadcaster to do so – Sky is the ultimate choice for your royal wedding viewing party.

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