Millions of people around the world will be glued to their TV screens this weekend for to watch Meghan Markle and Prince Harry tie-the-knot

The days leading up to Saturday’s wedding have been filled with drama, but the world is eager nonetheless to see Meghan walk down the aisle at St George’s Chapel.

The couple’s famous friends have already started jetting into England for the historic day.

Meghan’s Suits co-stars Gabriel Macht, Patrick J. Adams, Rick Hoffman and Sarah Rafferty have already been spotted sightseeing.

Other famous guests expected to attend the wedding are all the members of the Spice Girls and some of Harry’s famous exes.

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Windsor Castle will be a hub of activity all weekend and if you don’t want to miss out on all the action, here’s how you can tune in

All major news channels will be airing the nuptials live, including ITV Choice (DStv 123), BBC World News (DStv 400) and E! Entertainment (DStv 124).

E! Live From the Royal Wedding will provide five-hour coverage of the wedding, including all the red-carpet arrivals. Pop culture expert Giuliana Rancic, celebrity fashion stylist Brad Goreski, royal expert E! News Chief Correspondent Melanie Bromley, and E! UK TV host Sarah-Jane Crawford will all be covering the event for the network.

Celebrity wedding planner Precious Thamaga, who has organised events for Bonang Matheba, Khanyi Dhlomo and Boity, will also be giving live commentary on BBC Lifestyle (DStv 174) from 10am on Saturday.

“It’s no secret, I love everything luxurious and dreamy weddings & just like a fairytale, that once in a lifetime royal wedding 👑 This Saturday, 19 May 2018 from 10:00 watch @bbclifestylesa DStv channel 174 live as the gorgeous Meghan Markle becomes a member of the British royal family when she marries Prince Harry, it must feel like such a dream,” she revealed on Instagram.

British High Commissioner Nigel Casey will also be chatting about the royal wedding on Jacaranda FM from 7am.

If you don’t have DStv don’t sweat, because several websites will also be hosting live streams of the event

Some include ABCNews.com and GoodMorningAmerica.com.