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All the royals TV you need before Harry weds Meghan and the best way to watch on the big day

Although we long ago thrust monarchy from our shores, Americans still grow up on kings and queens, princesses and princes. We are raised on stories of King Arthur and parodies of stories of King Arthur; on Prince Hal and King Lear; on lords and ladies and dukes and duchesses and barons and earls; on King Friday XIII and Queen Sara Saturday. We take weird pleasure in calling Paul McCartney "Sir Paul" or Judi Dench "Dame Judi," even though we fought a revolution in order to not have to do that.

Not every royal wedding gets major media coverage over here: Since Charles married Diana in 1981, his brothers Andrew and

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