Tuesday , June 5 2018

You can watch the Royal Wedding live-streamed on YouTube


Love them or hate them, the Royal Wedding is news right now, and there will be a lot of people tuning in to watch Prince Harry tie the knot with Meghan Markle. The Royal Family has a YouTube channel setup and ready to live-stream the event for those who want to tune in around the world.

The wedding live-stream will kick off at 8pm AEST tonight (Saturday 19 May) on YouTube. The actual ceremony will take place at St George’s Chapel in Windsor Castle, and is due to start at 9pm AEST. All the royals will be in attendance, including the Queen.

If you’re a staunch republican, it’s probably time to remind you that Deadpool 2 hit cinemas this week, and that’s where I’ll be 😉

Daniel Tyson   Editor

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One comment

  1. Oh darn, I missed it. What time is the Royal divorce being telecast? Hopefully it doesn’t take him too long to realise what a title grabbing nobody he married.

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