How to watch Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s royal wedding this Saturday

Here are the main events taking place in the capital.

Head down to ONE Marylebone church for its Royal Wedding Party. The all day event will feature live screenings from Windsor at 12 noon as well as various entertainment throughout the day, including live bands, corsage making and first dance classes. Make sure you get a ticket though – they’re £25. 

Over in Chelsea, Bluebird on the King’s Road is hosting a full day screening of the wedding, followed by a live DJ from 5pm. Everything from bunch, burgers and strawberries and cream will be available. Tickets are £25 and include a glass of bubbles. Cheers!

In Greenwich, a big screen will be set up on the lawn in front of the National Maritime Museum between 10am and 3pm. There will also be a screen within the grounds of the iconic Battersea Power Station, in the Village Hall in Circus West Village – providing a weatherproof viewing spot. Both screenings are free – even better. 

Kensington Palace is also hosting a special outdoor screening of the wedding in the palace gardens in association with The Luna Cinema – what better place to follow all the action than in Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s back garden.

However, the 1,000 tickets were only available via a ballot, which has now closed. If you’re one of the lucky ones you’ll be watching the historic event unfold on the Orangery lawn with a picnic and a glass of bubbles.

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