Where to Watch the Royal Wedding in London

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Our picks of where to celebrate the Royal Wedding in London

Words JJ Ward

What’s on for the Royal Wedding in London

Royal Extravaganza at Swingers West End

If you’re looking for a bit of fun and competition to ring in the happy couple, Swingers West End is the perfect fit for you and your friends to view the Royal Wedding. Here you can enjoy a round of golf on their two nine-hole crazy golf courses. Afterwards, make your way to the bar to enjoy a glass of Make Your Markle or The Royal Cup; two delicious cocktails designed especially for the marked occasion. Before you leave, make sure to capture a photo with your friends at their 3D photo podium. Don’t worry, they’ve included an abundance of royal wedding props to add some laughs to your Instagrams.

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Browns Royal Wedding Event

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Experience Browns afternoon tea as they take on a modern approach to the classic tradition of afternoon tea fit for a princess on this special occasion. Their afternoon tea invites you to indulge in delectable canapé-style eats including lobster brioche rolls, homemade scones, salted caramel profiteroles, and many more. To toast our newlyweds, Browns recommends pairing with a glass of bubbly from Veuve-Clicquot Champagne or a refreshing Warner Edwards Victoria’s Rhubarb Gin and Fever-Tree Tonic.

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Royal Wedding Cookery Class at Borough Market

If you’ve ever been curious to taste the exact dishes served at the Royal Weddings, then these one-day cooking classes hosted by Chef Katherine Frelon are for you. Katherine has had the privilege to cook for the royals before and with her numerous years of experience, these classes will leave you with the knowledge to feast like a king or queen every night. The menu features the Chicken Supreme from Diana’s Wedding and the fillet of Sole Mountbatten from Her Majesty’s very own wedding day. Finish the day by mastering the lemon and elderflower wedding cake that will be served at Prince Harry and Meghan’s enchanting wedding. The classes will take place in Borough Market where guests will learn how to select fresh produce straight from the market before enjoying a demo from Katherine herself, paired with glasses of wine. We recommend just a glass or two because soon after you’ll be stepping into the kitchen yourself to begin mastering the royal dishes.

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Galvin Green Man Bottomless Royal Prosecco Brunch

For those who fancy a more boozy celebration, the Bottomless Royal Prosecco Brunch at the Galvin Green Man is your place to be to view the Royal Wedding. Enjoy both British and American menu items to celebrate the happy couple from a Full English Breakfast to Buttermilk Pancakes served with streaky bacon and maple syrup. It’s a brunch to compliment the best of both worlds from our new Royal couple.

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Royal Scandal Water and Wedding Screening at The London EDITION

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Tucked away in The London EDITION is the Punch Room offering a more small and intimate viewing of the Royal Wedding. Their twist on the classic Afternoon Tea comes with a more unique name called The Royal Scandal Water which includes an abundance of light bites paired with specifically chosen teas as well as their own tea-based punches. The menu offers all your favourite British treats from English Trifle to the famous Berners Tavern’s pork pie. Complimentary tea will also be served alongside the menu before celebrating the royal occasion with the Punch Room’s Regency Punch.

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Galvin at the Athenaeum

If you’re a fan of the Galvin Brothers but are located more central, Galvin at the Athenaeum in Mayfair is serving a luxurious afternoon tea for the Royal Wedding. Treat yourself to their Royal Afternoon Tea inspired by some of Her Majesty’s favourite treats including Eggs Drumkilbo and orange and cardamom shortbread. To celebrate Prince Harry and Meghan, the two brothers have included lemon and elderflower macarons in respect to the newlyweds wedding cake. Accompany your Royal treats with a refreshing glass of Bollinger as recommended by the chefs themselves; It’s a special day after all.

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Betty Blythe Vintage Tearoom

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Put on your party shoes because Lulu Gywnne, the author of Style Me Vintage Tea Parties, is hosting two events including a street party and an afternoon tea to celebrate the Royal Wedding. The free street party can be found in Brook Green of West London outside the Betty Blythe tearoom and is expected to begin at 11am. Afterwards, meander your way to the secret vintage venue in Hammersmith for the Royal Wedding afternoon tea. The menu compliments our soon to be new princess by offering Hollywood club sandwiches and American-style scones baked with chocolate chips for dessert. Served alongside are iced tea and cream soda, but for those (like us) who fancy something a bit stronger, a cocktail bar will be at your convenience.

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Ace Hotel: Floral Feast Afternoon Tea

For those who are on a never-ending quest to find pretty and picturesque restaurants for your latest Instagram photo, the Ace Hotel is the perfect location to view the Royal Wedding. The Ace Hotel situated in Shoreditch will be dressed to the nines by Grace Mary Floral Design of Hackney who will create a beautiful background of dazzling flower arrangements in celebration of the royal event. The hotel will host a Floral Feast for Afternoon Tea, just make sure to arrive with your sweet tooth to indulge in an array of gorgeous sweets from mini New York cheesecakes to chocolate sponge gateaux filled with chocolate coffee buttercream.

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Battersea Power Station: Village Hall

For a simple environment to view the Royal Wedding for free, Village Hall in the Battersea Power Station is the perfect fit. Village Hall is located under the railway arches next to South London Power Station and can comfortably seat up to 150 people, so bring your friends for one big viewing event.

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