Fans of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, who can't watch the wedding on May 19, will be able to do so in the big screen.
What better way to witness the royal couple tying the knot than to see it in theaters with fellow royal family fans. Prince Harry and Markle's wedding is only down to two weeks, and this news will ultimately amp up spectators for the big day.
Thanks to Fathom Events and BritBox's coverage, the royal wedding can be watched commercial-free in 200 theaters across the United States. Titled Harry & Meghan: The Royal Wedding, where fans will get to see Prince Harry and former Suits actress Markle exchange their "I do's," the broadcast from the Windsor Castle will start at 10 a.m.
While it's still weeks away, fans can just grapple with the tidbits that had already been confirmed. One is actress and philanthropist Priyanka Chopra's presence at the royal event. The Quantico star and Markle have been good friends, which was probably why it was rumored that she would be a bridesmaid.
Fans can also expect to see some of the Suits cast and team in support of their former coworker, Markle, who played the role of Rachel in the hit legal drama series.
Of the attendees, politicians, at least from the United States, are not expected to be guests at Prince Harry and Markle's wedding. Even as the public have seen former President Barack Obama and the 33-year-old prince mingle and share conversation proven by several photographs, it was reported that the official and his wife, Michelle, won't be invited. That said, President Donald Trump would not be seen at the venue as well.
Prince Harry and Markle's guests are said to be fewer than Prince William and Kate Middleton's 2011 wedding guests, which is pretty understandable, considering the size of the venue. It was also reported that only 600 guests will witness the event personally, and the number will further decrease for the reception.
Meanwhile, recently, Vera Wang revealed she wasn't the designer for her wedding dress, even as she's one of the most sought-after designers. So those who take fashion inspiration from Markle will finally see her gown on the nearing wedding day.