Another reason for a toast at the weekend is to follow the ultimate live event of 2018, the Royal Wedding. Fifth in line to the throne Prince Harry is to marry American actress Meghan Markle, best known for her role as Rachel Zane in legal drama Suits, on Saturday May 19.Watching Harry & Meghan exchanging vows, while you are counting the cream of the VIPs, who were private jetting to London with a pint or two is this week's must-have social gathering. There'll be one official live stream from cameras placed inside the chapel - but scores of media outlets will be outside the church with their own presenters and angles to capture every moment. The service begins at midday in London, so if you happen to be in Budapest you need to tune in at 1:00 PM. Three channels in the UK will be hosting their own live coverage and presumably their coverage will be quite emphasized via the social media channels, there will be plenty of options for any royal fan wanting to catch their first glimpse of the happy couple. The couple wants "the day to be shaped so as to allow members of the public to feel part of the celebrations too," released the Kensington Royal Palace spokesman. The BBC, ITV and Sky News from early on Saturday morning will be broadcast, guests are expected to start arriving at the chapel at 9am BST, with Princes William and Harry expected to arrive at around 11:45am BST, followed shortly by HRH Queen Elizabeth II at 11:55am BST. The ceremony itself will start at 12pm BST, with the procession through the streets beginning at 1pm BST. The procession is expected to last for about 25 minutes. Harry's mother Princess Diana's wedding to Prince Charles is currently the most watched live television event in UK history with 31 million people tuning in to watch live. Harry and Meghan will marry in St George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle, the place where Harry was christened and Prince Charles and Camilla had their blessing in 2005. The service will be conducted by The Rt Revd. David Conner, the Dean of Windsor, and will be officiated by Justin Welby, Archbishop of Canterbury. For all the official details follow on Twitter KensingtonRoyal, for gossip who will be walking Meghan to the aisle instead of her father use the #RoyalWedding hashtag. The Hungarian tv channel ATV is broadcasting the event live, so tune in, the channel should be available in most hotels, in the comfort of your room, you can watch the event even straight from your bed, room service breakfast and maybe a glass of champagne would add a touch of appropriate luxury. CBSN, CBS's live stream, will also have coverage and you don't need a cable subscription to watch. If you don't have easy access to watch the Royal Wedding 2018, but you've brought your laptop with you, wifi is available in most accommodations and hotels, the best way to watch teh event for free is to download and install a VPN and then stream the UK coverage, a VPN will enable you to watch the Royal Wedding 2018 from literally anywhere. Anker't, UK in Hungary c/o the British Embassy in Hungary and Funzine is jointly hosting The Royal Wedding Live & Party with Funzine, where you can spend the big day with the royal couple (virtually) while watching them tie the knot live, whereas at night with Harry and Meghan themed cocktails you can celebrate with the biggest British pop party in town. The live stream starts at 1:00 pm, the entry is free! Anker't is located in district 6. Paulay Ede Street 33.