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May 19 isn't far away. Here's exactly how and where to watch the royal wedding.

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Gee, it feels like it was only yesterday we watched as Prince Harry and Meghan Markle told the world the comically normal story of how they got engaged.

But no. That was in November. As in, over five months ago.

It is now May, which means Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s 2018 royal wedding is fast approaching.

This also means it’s time to pull your finger out and sure up your plan for how and where you’ll be watching the royals say ‘I do.’

Because failing to plan is planning to fail, here’s exactly where and how to watch the royal wedding on May 19.

Which celebrities are invited to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s royal wedding? Post continues after video.

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Channel Seven royal wedding coverage

Channel Seven royal wedding coverage:

Melissa Doyle and Michael Usher will anchor a live broadcast on May 19 from a purpose-built studio overlooking Windsor Castle. Their commentating team will include BBC broadcaster Angela Rippon, royal expert Victoria Arbiter, royal historian Hugo Vickers and royal editor Tim Ewart.

Seven will also be live-streaming their royal wedding coverage on 7PLUS.

Channel Nine royal wedding coverage

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Channel Nine royal wedding coverage:

Nine’s royal wedding coverage will start at 7pm AEST on May 19, hosted by Today co-hosts Georgie Gardner and Karl Stefanovic in both London and Windsor.

Their coverage will include five reporters and three royal experts: Camilla Tominey, Dickie Arbiter and royal photographer Arthur Edwards.

Nine will also be live-streaming their royal wedding coverage on 9Now and 9News.com.au.

ABC royal wedding coverage

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ABC royal wedding coverage:

The ABC royal wedding coverage will begin at 7:30pm AEST on May 19, hosted by Annabel Crabb and Jeremy Ferandez.

ABC will also be live-streaming their royal wedding coverage on ABC iView, and will provide uninterrupted coverage of the ceremony.

Foxtel royal wedding coverage

Foxtel royal wedding coverage:

UKTV will be airing the BBC’s uninterrupted live stream of the wedding.

The royal wedding will also be covered on Sky, E! and HBO.

Sky will be able to provide uninterrupted coverage of the ceremony.

Foxtel will also be live-streaming their royal wedding coverage on the Foxtel app or Foxtel Now.

See you there on May 19.

P.S. The Out Loud crew go deep on everything that is happening in the world of Meghan Markle this week. From grey hairs to who she can’t have at her wedding.

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