Prince Harry and Meghan Markle tied the knot at the much-watched royal wedding Saturday, but you might have been asleep when it happened. In case you missed the big event, you can watch the ceremony on YouTube by clicking here (unfortunately, YouTube won’t allow embeds). You can also view the wedding by signing up for a free trial of BritBox. HBO’s comedic take on the ceremony featuring Will Ferrell and Molly Shannon in character as Cord and Tish is now streaming on the HBO Now and HBO Go subscription services. And if you’d rather just get a super fast royal-wedding recap in GIFs, we have that too. The original story published before the wedding is below. Say what you will about the royal family, but Her Majesty the Queen and her brood sure do know how to do weddings. Her grandson Prince Harry will wed the American actress Meghan Markle on Saturday, May 19, amid much pomp and considerable circumstance. If you’re still waiting for your invitation or have sent your regrets, here’s what you need to know about how to watch the royal wedding from across the pond in the US. (For more on Prince Harry and his American bride, here’s… Read full this story
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