With the nuptials fast approaching, speculation is building around every aspect of the royal wedding day, from Meghan Markle's wedding dress designer to who will be giving speeches at the reception.
It means street parties and other special events can screen the wedding live without buying a licence.
So even if you didn't snag an invite to the wedding of the year, you can still feel like you were involved!
Pipa Doubtfire, the BBC's head of revenue management, said: "I'm delighted to announce that we have made a decision to offer a one-off dispensation for the royal wedding on May 19".
Now that the bridal party has reportedly been confirmed - with it only announced last week that Prince William would be his brother's best man, the focus has turned to the guest list, with a host of famous faces expected to be in attendance.
To mark the announcement, the Kensington Palace Twitter account shared a number of pictures of the brothers together, including one of them as children wearing police helmets, and another of them having a lightsaber fight at the studios where "Star Wars" is filmed.
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'Prince Harry has asked his brother The Duke of Cambridge to be his Best Man at his wedding to Ms. Meghan Markle, ' it read.
During an appearance at the Greenhouse Centre, in Marylebone, he also gave a hint to what the 33-year-old could expect from his stag do, explaining: "Really delighted obviously - revenge is sweet".
Williams was coy about her status on Prince Harry and Meghan's guest list though.
Our invite must have got lost in the post.