Giant screens in Hyde Park and Trafalgar Square will give free coverage of the royal wedding.

The live screenings of Prince William and Kate Middleton's marriage ceremony have been organised by Department of Media, Culture and Sport, the Mayor of London and Royal Parks.

The Mayor of London Boris Johnson said: "The royal wedding will be a truly momentous occasion and we want everyone to be able to join in the celebrations."

Royal Parks chief executive Mark Camley said: "The Royal Parks is very proud of the role it is playing in making the royal wedding a day to remember, from preparing the procession route along The Mall, to ensuring the parks next to Buckingham Palace look their very best.

"It's wonderful to be hosting screens in Hyde Park, where we look forward to welcoming visitors from across London, the UK and the world to watch the event and enjoy the atmosphere."


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