Your guide to the big day


Satur­day, May 19

Prince Harry & Meghan: Truly, Madly, Deeply – TVNZ 1, 5pm

Doc­u­men­tary fea­tur­ing “a col­lec­tion of first-hand ac­counts by those who re­ally know the cou­ple”. It also ex­am­ines how Meghan and Harry’s lives will change and what Meghan may have to sac­ri­fice.

New­shub Royal Wed­ding Spe­cial – Three, 7pm Live re­port­ing from Melissa Davies, Lisa Owen and Lloyd Burr in Lon­don with Sa­man­tha Hayes and Ryan Bridge host­ing in-stu­dio cov­er­age.

Meghan & Harry: The First 100 Days – TVNZ 1, 7pm

Doc­u­men­tary which looks at Meghan’s pub­lic life since an­nounc­ing her en­gage­ment to Prince Harry. Fea­tures com­men­tary from royal biog­ra­phers and PR ex­perts.

An In­vi­ta­tion To A Royal Wed­ding – TVNZ 1, 8.05pm

A be­hind-the-scenes look at past Bri­tish royal wed­dings in­clud­ing the 1981 nup­tials of Charles and Diana. The doc­u­men­tary also spec­u­lates on ev­ery­thing from the guest list to the cake to the brides­maids for Prince Harry and Meghan’s wed­ding.

Harry & Meghan: A Royal Ro­mance, Vibe, 8.30pm Made-for-TV film about Meghan and Harry’s re­la­tion­ship. Look out for for­mer Short­land Street ac­tress Bon­nie Soper (right), who plays Princess Diana.

The Royal Wed­ding Live – TVNZ 1, 9.05pm

The main event. Cov­er­age pro­vided by the BBC.

E! Live From The Royal Wed­ding – E!, 7pm Hosted by pop cul­ture ex­pert Gi­u­liana Ran­cic, celebrity fash­ion stylist Brad Goreski, royal ex­pert E! News Chief Cor­re­spon­dent Me­lanie Brom­ley, and E! UK TV host Sarah-Jane Craw­ford.

Royal Wed­ding – UKTV, 8.15pm BBC World News, 9pm Live cov­er­age from St Ge­orge's Chapel, Wind­sor Cas­tle where the Arch­bishop of Can­ter­bury will of­fi­ci­ate. Look out for flag-wav­ing roy­al­ists, the car­riage pro­ces­sion and pos­si­bly a post-wed­ding kiss by the new

hus­band and wife. Sun­day, May 20 Royal Wed­ding Run­down Spe­cial, E! 1pm An hour-long re­cap spe­cial of the his­toric wed­ding event.

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