The Royal Wedding is tomorrow, so here's where you can watch it from the comfort of your own living room

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The marriage between Prince Harry and Meghan Markle is a joyous event and many of us in the States are going to be watching! So here's a last minute guide on where you can watch it on TV (you'll have to get up extra early though:

Start Time: 5 a.m. EST
GMA will be doing a five-hour edition with Robin Roberts and David Muir hosting the live coverage. from Windsor!

BBC America (That's how I'll be watching)
Start Time: 4:15 a.m. EST
BBC America will be airing the wedding live as a direct simulcast of BBC One's coverage.

Start Time: 4 a.m. EST
Gayle King (CBS This Morning co-host) and Kevin Frazier (Entertainment Tonight co-host) will anchor CBS News' live coverage from London.

Start Time: 4 a.m. EST
The cable news channel will be live from Windsor and it's anchored by Anderson Cooper, Alisyn Camerota, and Don Lemon. There will also be CNN's royal correspondent Max Foster, royal commentators Victoria Arbiter and Kate Williams, royal biographer Sally Bedell Smith, and fashion expert Joe Zee. Oh, and according to the Boston GlobeBoston University dean Harvey Young, Meghan Markle's theater professor from Northwestern University will be joining as a commentator too.

Start Time: 5 a.m. EST
E! will be airing the special "E! Live From the Royal Wedding" Melanie Bromley, Giuliana Rancic, and Brad Goreski will be hosting live from Windsor.

Fox News 
Start Time: 5 a.m. EST (as you can see there is a pattern here)!
"Fox & Friends Ainsley Earhardt will co-host the live coverage and then at Shepard Smith and Sandra Smith will join her in coverage at 6 a.m. EST

Start Time: 7:30 a.m. EST
If you like funny then watch Will Ferrell and Molly Shannon aka Cord and Tish broadcasting legends!

Start Time: 4:30 a.m. EST
Savannah Guthrie and Hoda Kotb will be co-anchoring from Windsor!

Start Time: 4 a.m. EST
PBS will be broadcasting live coverage from the BBC (so BBC America won't be the only channel).

Start Time: 5 a.m. EST
TLC will be providing a live four-hour feed.

So that's where you watch it on local TV and Cable. If you are interested in streaming the event, I have to say that BritBox is the way to go!

How will you be watching the event or will you be skipping it? Share your thoughts in the comments!

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