So to help prepare for your royal wedding viewing party, below is a list of where and when you can tune into the royal wedding.
Melissa Doyle and Michael Usher will anchor Seven News live special coverage of the Royal Wedding on Seven and 7PLUS on Saturday 19 May from a purpose-built studio overlooking Windsor Castle.
The hosts will be joined by a number of royal commentators and experts including Victoria Arbiter who grew up with the royal family at Kensington Palace.
UKTV will broadcast BBC’s live, uninterrupted coverage of the royal wedding including when Prince Harry and Meghan Markle exchange vows at 9pm Saturday May 19 at St George's Chapel, Windsor Castle and the Carriage Procession, commencing at 10pm, from St Georges Chapel through Windsor Town returning to Windsor Castle.
Click here for all the key times on the big day.
Official Live Stream
The royal family is live streaming the wedding on their official YouTube channel here.
(You can re-watch the 3.5 hour video of Prince William and Kate Middleton's wedding below).
At the movies
Event Cinemas across Australia will be showing all the action from the royal wedding on the big screen live from 8pm on Saturday.
NSW: George Street, Macquarie, Burwood, Liverpool, Castle Hill, Bondi, Miranda, Parramatta, Campbelltown, Hornsby, Tuggerah, Top Ryde, Hurstville, Kotara, Shellharbour, Beverly Hills, Coffs Harbour.
SA: Marion, Arndale
QLD: Chermside, Indooroopilly, Garden City, Pacific Fair, Robina, Myer Centre, Cairns Central, Townsville Centre, Maroochydore, Southport, Morayfield, Mackay North, Toowoomba Strand, Rockhampton, Noosa
WA: Innaloo, Whitford, Morley
Prizes will be awarded at each location for the best and most creative outfits.