The Royal Wed­ding

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There’s never been a Royal Wed­ding quite like it be­fore – but then there’s never been a royal bride quite like Meghan Markle. The Amer­i­can star has al­ready cap­ti­vated the Bri­tish public, and now she’s set to take cen­tre stage in a spec­ta­cle far be­yond even the glitz and glam­our of Hol­ly­wood.

The world will be watch­ing as Meghan and Prince Harry tie the knot in the pres­ence of Her Majesty the Queen in Wind­sor, and you can make sure you don’t miss a sec­ond of the build-up, or the mag­i­cal mo­ment the newly mar­ried cou­ple emerge from St George’s Chapel, with all the ma­jor broad­cast­ers pro­vid­ing in-depth cov­er­age.

But be­fore Sat­ur­day there are pro­grammes through­out the week to whet your ap­petite for the main event. In Royal Recipes Wed­ding Spe­cial (Mon-Fri, BBC1, 3.45pm) Michael Buerk un­cov­ers the se­crets of some very spe­cial dishes. The Wind­sors Royal Wed­ding Spe­cial (Tues­day, Chan­nel 4, 9pm) pro­vides an a ec­tion­ately satir­i­cal al­ter­na­tive slant, fol­lowed by Meet The Markles (Tues­day, Chan­nel 4, 10pm), pro­fil­ing the Prince’s new in-laws. The Royal Wed­ding: They’re Get­ting Mar­ried In The Morn­ing (Fri­day, BBC1, 7pm) goes be­hind the scenes just a few hours be­fore the big day, and fi­nally The Meghan

Markle E ect (Fri­day, Chan­nel 4, 11pm) con­sid­ers the im­por­tance of the royal bride as a hu­man­i­tar­ian and role model. Then, let the party be­gin.

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