How to Watch Princess Eugenie Wedding: Union With Jack Brooksbank to be Televised

Princess Eugenie's wedding with Jack Brooksbank will be televised after all—except, you'll have to be in the U.K. to watch the royal fête live on Friday, October 12.

Unlike the global coverage for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's royal wedding, Eugenie's upcoming nuptials won't be broadcast worldwide. The princess's ceremony will air on British broadcast network ITV, reps from the network confirmed Tuesday.

BBC reportedly declined to air the wedding due to ratings concerns.

Instead of airing the usual daytime talk-show, This Morning, ITV will host a special segment specifically for Eugenie and Brooksbank's wedding titled, This Morning at The Royal Wedding. The show will include commentary from the program's daily host, husband-and-wife duo Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford.

The broadcast is expected to start at 10 a.m. local time (5 a.m. ET) so fans should be able to watch royal wedding guests as they arrive at the grounds of St. George's Chapel at Windsor Castle—the same location where Harry and Markle tied the knot in May. Viewers will also be able to watch Eugenie arrive at the chapel. Later in the evening, ITV will air highlights of the event on the program, The Royal Wedding: A Family Celebration at 8 p.m. local time (3 p.m. ET).

Coverage of the wedding ceremony inside of the venue is slated to start at 11 a.m. local time (6 a.m. ET) and is expected to run for the entire length of the vow exchange. Fans will also get a glimpse of the newlyweds when they leave following the ceremony.

Despite lack of television coverage, Eugenie's wedding is expected to be even bigger than her cousin's. While only about 600 guests attended Harry and Markle's royal wedding, Eugenie and Brooksbank guest list reportedly tops 850 people. The couple is also hosting a two-day celebration for the nuptials, with the ceremony, luncheon and a luxury dinner taking place on Friday and a festival-style party, equipped with a fairground and food stations, scheduled for the following day.

It's unclear if any U.S. networks are planning to air the wedding as of yet, but viewers on this side of the pond will be able to keep up with all the royal wedding banter on Twitter.