Piers Morgan, Anderson Cooper, Richard Quest and Kiran Chetry will anchor CNN's coverage of the royal wedding with special contributor Cat Deely.
Live coverage will begin at 4 a.m. on April 29 across CNN/U.S. and CNN/International. The network will also live stream some coverage on CNN.com and CNN Apple and Android apps, in addition to sending a U.S.-based iReporter to cover the royal nuptials.
Piers Morgan Tonight will be broadcast from London, starting April 25 and Anderson Cooper 360, beginning April 27, leading up to the royal wedding. Kiran Chetry will co-anchor American Morning live from London April 25-29.
Wedding-themed programming will air on CNN throughout the month of April, starting with four half-hour Saturday specials A Royal Wedding anchored by Quest, the first of which airs April 2. Soledad O'Brien will present a documentary on bride-to-be Kate Middleton, The Woman Who Would be Queen on April 24.
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