The Royal Network in Royal Tour mode for next fortnight

The network was the only broadcaster covering last Friday’s royal wedding coverage.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex touched down in Sydney yesterday, and Seven is promising viewers every moment of their historic 16-day visit.

The network was the only broadcaster covering last Friday’s royal wedding coverage, which returned spectacular ratings.

Seven will track Harry and Meghan from Taronga Zoo to Dubbo, Melbourne to Fraser Island, Fiji and Tonga, to be the home of the royal tour, featuring commentary and analysis from a dedicated team of journalists and royal experts live on air and across digital and social platforms.

Fresh from their successful broadcast on Friday, Seven News anchors Michael Usher, Ann Sanders and Sunrise’s Edwina Bartholomew will lead the team who will be with Prince Harry and Meghan Markle every step of the way as they commence their first official tour as a newly married couple.

Seven’s royal tour coverage began Tuesday in Sydney from 5.30am with special coverage on Sunrise live from the royal couple’s first reception at Admiralty House.

From 11.30am Tuesday Seven News has live rolling coverage as the couple heads to Taronga Zoo before travelling by boat to the Sydney Opera House for their first public walkabout.

Live coverage will continue for all 16 days of the royal tour, with the Seven News team of presenters and reporters, including Chris Reason, Mike Amor, Sharyn Ghidella, Max Futcher, Angie Asimus, Alex Hart and Sarah Greenhalgh, live in the field at key tour locations. With expert commentary from Seven News Europe bureau chief Hugh Whitfeld, Sunrise’s royal editor Rob Jobson and Hello! UK editor Emily Nash.

Each night at 6pm, Seven News is promising the most comprehensive coverage of the royal tour as well as the day’s other headlines from both Australia and abroad.

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