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The star, 28, revealed she will be on the ground reporting from Windsor during what’s being dubbed the wedding of the year.
Taking to Instagram, she shared a story to her 1.8 million followers revealing the big news.
‘So proud to announce I’ll be one of the wedding correspondents for the BBC for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s big day. To say I was excited would be an understatement #royalwedding #princeharry #meghanmarkle’.
So proud to announce I’ll be one of the wedding correspondents for the BBC for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s big day To say I was excited would be an understatement #royalwedding #princeharry #meghanmarkle
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So, it appears the I’m A Celeb winner will be involved in the day for the BBC, making hourly calls to Radio 1 to update them on what’s going on during the royal wedding on 19 May.
Making up the rest of the BBC’s radio team are Chris Evans, who will host a very special edition of his regular show. On it, he will be interacting with those around Windsor in anticipation of the big event.
Melanie Skyes and Alan Carr will be co-hosting a music show that’ll be all things royal wedding, obviously.
Zoe Ball will assume on-air duties in the afternoon, where she’ll host a show in the build-up to the wedding itself.
Clare Balding will be presenting live commentary of the whole event across Radio 4, 5 Live, and BBC World.
Elsewhere, the BBC One television coverage will consist of presenting team made up of Alex Jones, Dermot O’Leary, Kirsty Young, Huw Edwards, Tina Daheley, Ore Oduba, and Anita Rani.