How to view the royal wedding

In this picture taken on Monday, May 14, 2018, James Vivian, Director of Music at St George's Chapel, directs the St. George's Chapel Choir during a rehearsal before evensong and ahead of the wedding of Prince Harry and Megan Markle this weekend, in Windsor, England. (Steve Parsons/Pool Photo via AP)

When Prince Harry and Meghan Markle march down the aisle Saturday in Windsor, England, they'll be watched by 600 invited guests and additional untold numbers of nosy onlookers.

And that's just the American TV hosts.

Ha, ha, we kid. Sort of. There'll be cameras positioned inside St. George's Chapel to televise and live-stream the hotly anticipated nuptials between the queen's roguish redheaded grandson and his American actress beloved. And U.S. broadcast and cable networks are taking full advantage of it.

And not just them. Earlier this week, Fathom Events announced it will show the wedding and festivities commercial-free and almost live at select movie theaters around the country. (Closest locations are in the Atlanta and Nashville areas.)

The wedding ceremony is scheduled for 7 a.m.