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Daybreak pair move to the Palace
Adrian Chiles and Christine Bleakley will host Daybreak outside Buckingham Palace for the royal wedding
Daybreak hosts Adrian Chiles and Christine Bleakley are to abandon their usual studio to host the ITV1 show outside Buckingham Palace for the royal wedding.
The duo - normally based at London's South Bank - will be in a new studio outside the palace for the morning of April 29.
The programme will also see Kate Garraway in Kate Middleton's home village of Bucklebury and live links to Camp Bastion in Afghanistan, which was visited by Prince William last year.
ITV's coverage of the wedding will be anchored by news presenter Julie Etchingham from News At Ten and This Morning host Phillip Schofield.
Other presenters throughout the day will include Alastair Stewart, Mary Nightingale and Mark Austin, each of whom will be based at key points around London passed by the wedding procession.
James Mates will lead the commentary from Westminster Abbey and political editor Tom Bradby, who conducted the couple's engagement interview, is to give his thoughts about the couple's lives.
ITV1 will give live rolling coverage from 8am on the day, plus extended news bulletins, with an hour-long 6pm news special.
Michael Jermey, ITV's director of news, said: "We'll be on air live for more than 10 hours capturing the spirit of the day, both in central London and around the country. It promises to be a memorable day."
In the three days before the wedding, shows such as Daybreak, Lorraine, This Morning and Loose Women will be wedding-themed.