How to throw the ultimate royal wedding watch-party

Prince Harry would approve

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle look like they'd enjoy a nice little wedding soiree, don't you think? ... If they weren't the main event, that is? (Chris Jackson/Getty Images for the Invictus Games Foundation)
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle look like they'd enjoy a nice little wedding soiree, don't you think? ... If they weren't the main event, that is? (Chris Jackson/Getty Images for the Invictus Games Foundation) (Getty Images)

People around the world celebrated in 2011 when the now-duke and duchess of Cambridge, Prince William and his bride Kate, tied the knot at Westminster Abbey.

About 23 million people tuned in across the United States, according to published reports.

So, what are we doing for the next royal wedding on deck -- that of Prince William’s brother, Prince Harry, as he plans to wed Meghan Markle on May 19?

Throwing a party, of course! We’ve laid out some ideas to get you started.

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Food and drink:

Consider the time difference, mates! It’ll be about 7 a.m. Eastern Time come royal wedding, so brunch food will likely feel the most appropriate when it comes to the menu. As far as ideas on specifics, we’re thinking British:


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