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Today show to dedicate all four hours of their show to the Royal Wedding in the States

NBC’s Today Show, usually recorded in New York City, will be dedicating all four hours of their programme to the Royal Wedding between Prince Harry and his American actress fiancé Meghan Markle next month on the ground in Windsor.

In a press release, NBC said, “All four hours of NBC News’ TODAY are heading to Windsor to bring the excitement of the royal wedding between Prince Harry and Meghan Markle to viewers back home.”

It all begins on 16 May with Guthrie and Kotb hosting a one hour NBC primetime special, “Inside the Royal Wedding: Harry and Meghan” at 10 pm EST. It will provide “viewers an exclusive and unprecedented glimpse into the fairy-tale romance that has captured the imagination and hearts of everyone around the world.” Interviews with close friends of the couple will take place during the programme.

On 17 May, Kotb will be reporting live on the ground in Windsor to show American viewers an early peak and final preparations before the wedding of the year with one of their own joining the ranks of the British Royal Family.

On the day before the wedding, Friday, 18 May, the show’s hosts Savannah Guthrie, Hoda Kotb, Megyn Kelly and Kathie Lee Gifford will be anchoring their respective hours from Windsor. The show airs from 7-11 am EST and will be filmed at an exclusive location overlooking Windsor Castle.

The following day, the Today Show will begin at 4:30 am EST in the United States for what is being called ‘TODAY at the Royal Wedding.’ Savannah Guthrie and Hoda Kotb will host and will be joined by Megyn Kelly, Kathie Lee Gifford, Al Roker and Sheinelle Jones at different prime locations. They will have an exclusive vantage point overlooking Windsor Castle where viewers in the US can see Harry and Meghan emerge as husband and wife. 

NBC News correspondents, Kelly Cobiella, Rehema EllisStephanie Gosk and Keir Simmons, will also be on hand to capture “every facet of the royal wedding and its festivities in and around Windsor and London.” Additionally, Wilfred Frost, from CNBC’s “Closing Bell”; Zanna Roberts Rassi, senior fashion editor of Marie Claire; Andrew Roberts, a British historian; Camilla Tominey, the royal editor of Sunday Express; and Ken Wharfe, the late Diana, Princess of Wales’s former bodyguard will be on hand to provide insight.

NBC News will also be represented by Savannah Sellers, co-host of “Stay Tuned” on Snapchat, who will be anchoring her show from London. 

People can also follow the Royal Wedding online at and, along with their social media networks displaying original content on all digital platforms.

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