Live from Windsor, CNN’s team of anchors, correspondents and contributors will cover the much-anticipated Royal Wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle beginning at 4am on May 19th. Coverage will include guest arrivals and fashion, as well as the ceremonial traditions from the historic Windsor Castle and St. George’s Chapel.
CNN’s special live programming of the wedding will be anchored by Anderson Cooper, Alisyn Camerota and Don Lemon along with CNN’s Royal correspondent Max Foster, CNNI anchor Richard Quest, senior international correspondent Clarissa Ward and fashion expert Joe Zee. Rounding out the team will be CNN Royal commentators Victoria Arbiter and Kate Williams, culture commentator Bonnie Greer, CNN contributor and author Sally Bedell Smith, Prince Harry biographer Angela Levin and Boston University dean and Megan Markle’s former theater professor at Northwestern University, Dr. Harvey Young. Reporting throughout the day from various locations and events around Windsor, will be CNN reporters Kate Bennett, Jason Carroll, Bianca Nobilo, Isa Soares and Nick Watt.
CNN’s royal wedding day coverage will follow the procession as it makes its way to the castle along the riverbank with multiple views of St. George’s Chapel and will be simulcast across CNN/U.S., CNN International and HLN Headline News. CNN en Español will simulcast from 7-11am. CNN will replay the nuptials at 8pm ET on Saturday and HLN will re-air at 3pm ET.
On CNNI, Chief International correspondent Christiane Amanpour will anchor Amanpour from Windsor on Friday, May 18th, and both Quest Means Business with Richard Quest and Hala Gorani Tonight with Hala Gorani will be live from Windsor throughout the week to ensure global viewers are part of the excitement leading up to this much-anticipated event. Additionally, there will be special editions of the interactive discussion show CNN Talk with Max Foster on Thursday and Friday, live from Windsor. CNN en Español reporters Samuel Burke and Claudia Rebaza will report from London as well.