Watch it all from the com­fort of your sofa

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THE BBC, Sky News and ITV will be there with big­name pre­sen­ters and cov­er­age start­ing from 9am.

The BBC broad­cast will be an­chored by Huw Ed­wards, Kirsty Young and Der­mot O’Leary from the grounds of Wind­sor Cas­tle.

Ed­wards, a key pre­sen­ter for the last royal wed­ding, will be in­side the cas­tle’s walls, re­port­ing from the roof of the Guard Room, while Young and O’Leary will be by the moat.

James Mates will pro­vide live com­men­tary for ITV on the cel­e­bra­tions from in­side St Ge­orge’s Chapel.

As well as all-day footage, Sky is set­ting up a ‘Who’s Who’ app – which you can use to look back through a video of guests ar­riv­ing. Royal fans can also use it to dig for back­ground in­for­ma­tion on any­one they don’t recog­nise.

Cities in­clud­ing Leeds and Cardiff are screen­ing the wed­ding in their town cen­tres and al­most all British pubs are likely to show it on their TVs – at least un­til the FA Cup Fi­nal kicks off at 5.30pm.

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