Here's where you can watch Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank's wedding

Naomi Gordon
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From Cosmopolitan

Good news for royal fans - or those looking for any excuse to crack open the Prosecco and crisps and dips on a Friday at midday.

ITV has confirmed that This Morning will be airing coverage of Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank's royal wedding in Windsor on Friday, October 12.

A spokesperson for This Morning said they could only confirm billing information at present, telling Cosmopolitan UK: "ITV provides coverage of the wedding of HRH Princess Eugenie of York and Mr Jack Brooksbank on October 12th in an extended This Morning special, This Morning at the Royal Wedding."

Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford will be live from Windsor at 9.25am, where they will be joined by guests, commentators and experts for the specially extended programme.

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At 11am, This Morning will cross to live coverage of the ceremony from inside the Chapel which will be broadcast in full, including the departure of newlyweds Eugenie and Jack as they leave the Chapel.

After the ceremony, ITV will return to This Morning and Eamonn and Ruth will be live with comments, discussion and reflection on the events of the morning.

It has also been confirmed that their wedding will be live streamed from St George's Chapel at Windsor Castle on the Royal Family's official YouTube channel and The Duke of York's official YouTube Channel at 10am.

The precise link to the livestream to the wedding can be seen here, with official coverage beginning at 10am on Friday.

Meanwhile, the BBC recently responded to claims that they have refused to televise Eugenie's big day, telling us that "news coverage" of their wedding will be available "across our services".

Sky News will also be airing moments of their wedding as part of their rolling news coverage of the event.

Eugenie and Jack will marry in the same location as the Duke and Duchess of Sussex at St George's Chapel in the grounds of Windsor Castle.

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The palace recently confirmed that after the service, the newlyweds - similarly to Harry and Meghan - will undertake a short carriage out of Windsor Castle and on to part of the High Street.

Taking the lead from Harry and Meghan, they have also invited 1200 members of the public to watch their wedding in Windsor. Following the service, the Queen will also host a Reception at Windsor Castle for the newlyweds and guests.

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According to recent reports by The Sunday Times, the pair will extend their ceremony to the following Saturday, which will include a festival with a fairground and afternoon tea.

Eugenie and Jack will marry on Friday, October 12.


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