With the highly anticipated Royal Wedding taking place tomorrow, the entire world is getting ready to watch Prince Harry and Meghan Markel tie the knot at St George’s Chapel in the grounds of Windsor Castle, on Saturday May 19.

And, whether the Royal Family interests you or not, there’s no denying that this unlikely love affair has already gained a very special place in the heart of the nation!

The service is scheduled to begin at midday on Saturday, and 600 guests are set to attend the ceremony, including 200 of the couple’s close friends and members of the Royal Family, as well as Ms Markle’s family. Of course, no Royal affair would be complete without an official guest list of political leaders too!

In the past, Royal Weddings have been hosted at St George’s Chapel, including the wedding of Peter Philips and Autumn Kelly, who married in May 2008.

Where can you watch the Royal wedding?

There will be a number of Royal Wedding screenings taking place in and around London on Saturday, providing the perfect opportunity to soak up the excitement in the heart of the capital.

From bars and restaurants through to outdoor terraces and beer gardens, there will be lots of places to watch the happy couple make history.

And if you do want to watch the Royal wedding from the comfort of your own home, you can do that too, as it will be screened live on a number of global television channels including Sky News, the BBC and ITV! After all, with the temperatures already heating up in the city, this might be one of the most comfortable ways to watch the wedding!