More than 200 U.S. theaters will screen the royal wedding on May 19

You can see Meghan Markle marry Prince Harry on the big screen.

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Are you dying to see Meghan Markle marry Prince Harry? If so, you’re in luck!

More than 200 theaters across the country will be screening the royal wedding on May 19 so fans can see every moment of the highly-anticipated event.

Meghan Markle tapped this history-making Black musician to play at the royal wedding

Fathom Events in partnering with Britbox, a subscription service from BBC Studios and ITV to present Harry & Meghan: The Royal Wedding, on the big screen.

The live broadcast will be commercial-free and will show all the festivities happening at Windsor Castle in England starting at 10 a.m. local time.

Aside from watching the former Suits star become the first Black pseudo-princess, spectators will also be treated to music by one very special talent.

Sheku Kanneh-Mason is a cellist who has the distinction of being the first Black person to win the BBC Young Musician of the Year Award. That was back in 2016. His debut album Inspiration, was released this past January and peaked at #18 on the British charts.

Kensington Palace announced that Kanneh-Mason would be part of the musical services at the St. George’s Chapel ceremony and noted that Prince Harry spotted the teen’s talent at an event last year.

Though Prince Harry was the one who first noticed Kanneh-Mason, it was Meghan Markle who gave him the personal invitation.  The charismatic teen tweeted his excited about getting an invitation to the most anticipated wedding of the year.

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry Are Delaying the Honeymoon

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle may be the new wave of fresh up-and-coming royals, but Harry’s got that old money, and it’s not surprising that he’s footing the bill for a lavish $45 million wedding.

The prince and his bride to be are going all-out for their May 19 wedding, and their big day will be replete with costly custom items like military-type “Drone Destroyers” to take down and “deactivate” the paparazzi’s eyes in the skies.

According to Glamour, the wedding ceremony is estimated to cost around $2,760,974, alone. And with the expensive security detail—estimated at $42.1 million—it raises the total to a whopping $45 million.

Bridebook estimates Meghan’s dress at $420,000 to $560,000. And even though the royal family is shelling out a pretty penny for the wedding, according to reports an estimated $680 million will be poured into the British economy because of the wedding.

Here’s where you can find a list of theaters that will be screening the special event.