Coverage for the Royal Wedding begins at 4 a.m. on ABC7 on Saturday, May 19. "Good Morning America" will have a five-hour edition with Robin Roberts and David Muir.
Here's the schedule:
3:30 a.m. CT: Invited guests begin arriving at St. George's Chapel.
5:20 a.m. CT: Members of the royal family will begin to arrive. Meghan Markle will arrive by car with her mother. Princes Harry and William arrive by foot and will greet those gathered within the Windsor Castle grounds.
6 a.m. CT: The service begins.
7 a.m. CT: The service concludes. Harry and Meghan exit the church together for a 25-minute carriage ride procession, waving to the crowd.
A luncheon at Windsor Castle with the Queen will be held in the afternoon. Later that evening, Prince Charles will host a private dinner for 200.
If 4 a.m. is way too early for you, you can pop into a local movie theater and watch the wedding on the big screen at 10 a.m. [url HREF="https://www.fathomevents.com/events/harry-and-meghan-the-royal-wedding" TARGET="_blank" REL="nofollow"]FathomEvents.com[/url] is hosting the event and three Chicago area theaters are participating.
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