If you miss the royal wedding or want to relive it, you’ll be able to stream it on Spotify or Apple Music hours after the event takes place next month.
Decca Records announced Wednesday it would digitally release the recording of the entire ceremony on May 19, when Prince Harry and Meghan Markle tie the knot at Windsor Castle. It will be released in retail stores on May 25.
Music at the ceremony will include a mix of gospel with choral works. Cellist Sheku Kanneh-Mason, soprano Elin Manahan Thomas, the St George’s Chapel choir and The Kingdom Choir are expected to perform.
The recording will also be made available on vinyl.
Meghan Markle is less than a month away from becoming the wife of Prince Harry, and all eyes are on the bride-to-be as most of the world awaits the wedding of the year. Before becoming a member of the British royal family, the former actress claimed her fame on the USA legal dramedy Suits as Rachel Zane. As the public’s fascination with her continues, so does that of biographer Andrew Stanton, who has some claims about what was and wasn’t seen when Prince Harry shared some of his fiancé’s Suits work with his grandparents, including the Queen. Stanton said:
He showed it to the queen and Prince Philip. Obviously not some of the love scenes between Meghan and Patrick J. Adams. Like the sex in the filing room and so on. I do find it amusing that those raunchy scenes Meghan appeared in on Suits and other movies are on the Internet, and yet she’s scrubbed clean her blog, which includes essays on female equality.
Andrew Stanton shared his insights on the alleged Suits edits with Fox News while promoting his new biography of the already beloved soon-to-be member of the royal family (although not as a princess). Even if the Queen would have been quick to blush and balk at the sex scenes, let’s not forget that Suits airs on the USA Network, so it is relatively difficult to consider Meghan Markle’s sex scenes particularly “raunchy.” They are passionate, sure, but “raunchy” suggests another threshold of explicitness that would show up on a premium cable network like HBO, and not on USA.