Bring Out The Teacups: Where To Watch The Live Coverage Of The Harry & Meghan Wedding
All the drama, all the speculations, and all the outfit-watching will culminate tomorrow in the most awaited exchanging of vows in recent years. Prince Harry, sixth in line to the British throne, son of Prince Charles of Wales and the late Princess Diana, will be tying the knot with Meghan Markle, born and raised in Los Angeles, a humanitarian activist, and now a retired actress. Theirs is the most talked-about wedding in recent years—following his brother William’s wedding to Kate Middleton in 2011—and it hasn’t even happened just yet.
Music??and Food?? at the Royal Wedding ... ??The music will be under the direction of James Vivian. The Choir of St George's Chapel, and a selection of choral groups, soloists, and musicians will perform??19-year-old cellist Sheku Kanneh-Mason, who performed at an event attended by Harry last year, has been asked to perform at the wedding; Meghan called Sheku herself to ask him to perform at the wedding???? Also performing at the wedding, is Karen Gibson and The Kingdom Choir??The Choir is made up of a group of British artists dedicated to creating a sound that demonstrates the community they share, and have been performing both nationally & internationally for over 20 years??Harry and Meghan "have taken a great deal of interest and care in choosing the music for their Service, which will include a number of well-known hymns and choral works."?????? The repost from @5newsonline summarises the details regarding the menu for the day and what is going on behind the scenes in the kitchen as they prepare for the big day.??Harry and Meghan have been on several trips to Windsor Castle, for food testing while choosing their menu and have. They have also asked for local produce to be used in the dishes especially vegetables.?????????????? As of recent reports, I am truly sending my best wishes to Meghan's Dad and hope that he has a successful operation??
More than two billion people are expected to watch tomorrow’s live coverage of the much-awaited royal nuptials. The event, which online sources say could cost a staggering $45 million, can be watched live here in the Philippines over ANC, the ABS-CBN News Channel, and simulcast over Metro Channel.
The wedding will be taking place midday at the St. George’s Chapel, located in the Windsor Castle in England. In a horse-drawn carriage, the couple is expected to make the rounds of Windsor right after the ceremony to give the public a glimpse of the newlyweds.
The live coverage in the Philippines, over ANC and Metro Channel, begins 7PM, Manila time. But before the formal ceremonies, ANC’s David Celdran and Gigi Grande will be hosting “Harry & Meghan: A Royal Wedding, The ANC Special Coverage” starting at 5.30PM. Get to know the couple through the special profiles prepared by the ANC news team, look back at their love story, and brush up on royal weddings past.
Celdran and Grande, while supplying updates from the UK, will also be speaking to historians and royalty enthusiasts, as well as fashion experts, about the many details and the flurry of topics connected to marrying a royal. Former press spokesman for Queen Elizabeth II will give an insider’s perspective on the wedding, while Kaitlin Menza, the writer behind the podcast “Royally Obsessed,” will expectedly talk about the wealth of gossip and trivia surrounding Prince Harry and Meghan and the wedding of the year. Xiao Chua, historian, and Chris Nelson, chair of the British Chamber of Commerce Philippines will also be on hand to answer pertinent questions.
Meghan’s father won’t be able to make it to the event; but we’re quite sure he’ll be joining the two billion royalty fans who will be tuning in.
Catch “Harry & Meghan: A Royal Wedding, The ANC Special Coverage” tomorrow starting at 5.30PM over at ANC (Channel 27), ANC HD (Channel 182) and the Metro Channel (Channel 52 on Sky Cable).
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