Royal Wedding: CNN

Even CNN is getting in on the Royal Wedding this month with Piers Morgan, Anderson Cooper and Richard Quest set to cover the event.

Morgan and Cooper will both host their progammes from London in the week of April 25th.

Soledad O’Brien will also front a special, The Women who would be Queen.

Join Piers Morgan, Anderson Cooper and Richard Quest in London as they provide coverage of the biggest royal wedding event since Charles married Diana — from the ceremonial to the personal, from what is happening at Westminster Abbey to the reactions of those around the world.

Richard Quest sets the scene ahead of the big day with a weekly series throughout April of observations and insights, guests and reports, and a special CNN documentary hosted by anchor and special correspondent Soledad O’Brien titled “The Women who would be Queen”, will air Saturday, April 30 at 9pm, Sunday May 1 at 6am and 7pm AEST .

Beginning Monday April 25th Piers Morgan will kick off coverage, broadcasting his nightly show from London with a mix of topical guests and newsmakers. Anderson Cooper will anchor AC360 live from London on Wednesday through Friday.

On April 29, the day of the wedding, CNN’s special live coverage will be anchored by Piers Morgan, Anderson Cooper and Richard Quest from 5pm to 12am (midnight) AEST.

“As the tension and excitement builds in the days before the Royal Wedding, CNN intends to be a visual real-time diary of the many and varied ways that people around the world choose to mark and experience the marriage of Prince William and Catherine Middleton,” said Katherine Green, Senior Vice President and General Manager for CNN International.

“The wedding day itself will capture the imagination of millions of viewers and CNN guarantees its global audience a front row seat for every minute of the pomp and ceremony of the big day.”

For those away from the big screen, join CNN online and on mobile for live coverage or go to CNN’s Royal Wedding Facebook page and share your wedding party photos and videos for a virtual scrapbook of how viewers are celebrating the event.

All times are AEST:

April weekend specials:
April 16, 23 at 11pm
April 17, 24 at 6am, 7pm
April 12, 19, 26 at 830 pm
April 13, 20, 27 at 330 am

Week of April 25:
Live daily from London at 7pm, 4am and 6am
AC360 live from London at 12pm, April 27 and 28
Piers Morgan Tonight from London airing 9pm, April 25-27

CNN hour-long documentary – “The Women who would be Queen”:
April 30 at 11pm
May 1 at 6am and 7pm

April 29 – “A Royal Wedding” Live Coverage
5pm – 12am (midnight)


  1. This would be the worst way to watch it if you were going to….. unless you wanted 4:3 and a smattering of news crawls and text boxes on the screen

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