Princess Eugenie wedding schedule: How to watch it live on TV and who are the celebrity guests
11 October 2018, 15:23 | Updated: 12 October 2018, 12:32
It seemed like the whole world stop to watch Prince Harry's wedding to Meghan Markle earlier this year, but what about his cousin?
Taking place at Windsor Castle on October 12, it was previously reported that the BBC had rejected the offer to air the big day.
It had also been claimed that the BBC decided to pass on the offer, over concerns there would not be enough public interest to bring in decent ratings, particularly because it takes place on a Friday.
However, ITV has now confirmed that This Morning will be airing coverage of Eugenie and Jack's royal wedding. Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford will present the special edition.
This Morning at the Royal Wedding will air from 9.25am to 12.30pm, while a highlights special will air on ITV later at 8pm.
Around 850 guests are expected, including X Factor judges Robbie Williams and his wife Ayda Field, singer Ellie Goulding, model Cara Delevingne, David and Victoria Beckham, and supermodel Cindy Crawford. Robbie Williams' daughter is also a bridesmaid for the lavish event - here's why.
Another 1,200 members of the public have been randomly selected by ballot will be in the castle grounds listening to a live broadcast of the ceremony. Many more thousands are lining the streets outside to catch a glimpse of the newlyweds.
What time does the wedding begin?
Here is the breakdown of when and where everything is happening:
07:00 - castle doors are opened to the 1,200 invited members of the public
08:30 - guests arrive at St George's Chapel
10:32 - Mother of the Bride, Sarah Dutchess of York, and Princess Beatrice (Maid of Honour) arrive
10:35 - Groom and best man (Thomas, Jack Brooksbank's brother) arrive
10:52 - Queen arrive
10:57 - Bride arrives, escorted by her father the Duke of York
11:00 - Service begins at St George's Chapel
12:00 - Bride and Groom depart for carriage procession
Sky News will also be airing scenes of their wedding as part of their rolling news coverage of the event.
A spokesperson for the BBC previously said: "There will be news coverage of the wedding across our services.