Join PBS for "Royal Wedding Watch," a Special Nightly Series on the Marriage of Prince Henry of Wales and American Rachel Meghan Markle

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11 May 2018
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Royal Wedding Watch
Historian Lucy Worsley and Food Anthropologist Dr. Kaori O'Connor sit down in the Great Hall at Hampton Court Palace
to talk royal feasts.  Courtesy of BBC Studios
"Royal Wedding Watch"
Premieres Monday-Friday, May 14-18 at 9 PM ET
(Check your local listings)
 
         This five-part nightly series of special programs leading up to the live broadcast of the royal wedding on Saturday morning, May 19, on PBS. 
 
         Produced by BBC Studios’ Topical and Live Unit and coming nightly from London, ROYAL WEDDING WATCH will be hosted by American news anchor Meredith Vieira and British television presenter Matt Baker, who will update viewers on the preparations for the much-anticipated wedding of Prince Harry and actress Meghan Markle.
 
        During the week prior to the ceremony, which will occur in St. George’s Chapel at Windsor, the hosts will be joined in-studio by experts, commentators and special guests. BBC presenter and host Anita Rani will report live from Windsor each night, and English historian Lucy Worsley, Joint Chief Curator at Historic Royal Palaces, will delve into the pageantry, pomp and protocol surrounding Harry and Meghan’s nuptials.

 
 
          “Americans find the British royals incredibly fascinating, and ROYAL WEDDING WATCH is the ultimate backgrounder leading up to this historic moment when our American beauty marries her prince,” Meredith Vieira said.
 
         ROYAL WEDDING WATCH will also showcase Britain’s rich royal heritage and illuminate how history and tradition will influence the union of this modern couple.
 
          “From cakes to choristers, banquets to bouquets, gowns to crowns, viewers will get a fun and informative insider’s briefing on royal etiquette, and an unprecedented look at the elaborate planning, secrecy and care that goes into this royal wedding that has captured the imagination of people around the world,” said Shawn Halford, PBS’ Senior Director, Programming.

 
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