How To Stream The Royal Wedding Live From Australia

By Melissa Fine, ellaslist

While we might not have received an invite to the wedding of the year, live-streaming means we can all still feel like we're really there in the thick of it come Saturday 19 May! 

Which Australian TV Channels Are Live-Streaming The Royal Wedding?

ABC: Tune in from 7.30pm AEST, where Annabel Crabb and Jeremy Fernandez will be providing coverage live from London.

SBS: Switch on at 7:30pm AEST for coverage from Myf Warhurst, comedian Joel Creasey and Ray Martin 

Channel 7: There'll be live coverage from Melissa Doyle and Michael Usher from 7pm AEST. 

Channel 9: Karl Stefanovic and Georgie Gardner will be covering the event from 7pm AEST. 

Channel 10: From 7.30pm AEST, the lovely Lisa Wilkinson will be covering the Royal Wedding live from Windsor Castle and St George's Chapel. 

Foxtel: Check out E!, HB0 and UKTV for even more live broadcasting. 

Streaming: If you have access to the reality streaming service, hayu you'll be able to watch the Royal Wedding Rundown Special Event that will act as an hour-long recap of the wedding on 20 May. Royal fans will also be able to live stream the festivities via SBS on Demand. And ABC are going to livestream via iView so even if you're out and about you have no excuse to miss it! 

For Some Pre-Wedding Fun 

Indulge in some pre-wedding festivities (complete with cucumber sandwiches!) and watch this cheesy but oh-so-good telemovie Harry & Meghan: The Real Love Story - airing on Channel 7 on Thursday 17 March, 7.30pm.  

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