In Brief

How to watch Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank’s royal wedding

Follow Friday’s ceremony on a special live edition of ITV’s This Morning

The BBC has passed up the chance to broadcast the wedding ceremony of Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank in Windsor tomorrow. But, have no fear, for those wanting to follow the ceremony as it happens, ITV is offering a special edition of This Morning, which will kick off at 9.25am and run until 12.30pm.

The three-hour special will be hosted live from Windsor by Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford, who will be joined by guests and royal experts.

The Dean of Windsor is expected to lead the hour-long service inside St George’s Chapel, the venue where Prince Harry and Meghan Markle married in May, from 11am. Italian singer Andrea Bocelli will perform two pieces during the service, while the Archbishop of York John Sentamu has written a personal prayer for the couple.

In a similar move to her cousin Harry, Princess Eugenie and her new husband are then expected to depart on a short carriage procession around Windsor.

For royal fans who wish to spot the newlyweds in person, the carriage is expected to travel along Windsor High Street and Park Street and then back into Windsor Castle via Cambridge Gate. The Berkshire town is not expected to get as busy as on the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s wedding day, but roads will be closed along the processional route, with extra policing, first aid points and facilities to accommodate the crowds.

For those after a briefer viewing experience, ITV will broadcast the highlights in a half-hour show, The Royal Wedding: A Family Celebration, at 8pm tomorrow night.

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