A wedding so royal you have to pay a million shilling to watch it? Everyone was excited when our TV sweetheart, Meghan Markle, got engaged to her Prince Charming (literally) and now we have the opportunity to watch their wedding, live!
Here are much cheaper ways to catch the royal wedding.
Grab a blanket, turn on your TV, scroll through the channels and see which one is showing it live. If you must, stock your fridge with lots of champagne and food.
Dress Code: Pajamas
The Lord Erroll Gourmet Restaurant
The Lord Erroll Gourmet Restaurant is hosting High Tea for just Kshs 6,000 for 2 people and you get complimentary Hendrick’s Gin tipples, a glass of Prosecco or non-alcoholic sparkling wine on arrival.
Dress Code: Royal Fair
Urban Eatery will be hosting a High Tea, and the best dressed will win a voucher for two and they will also have their pictures posted on all Urban Eatery social media platforms.
Traditional Afternoon Tea: Kshs. 1,500/-
Champagne Afternoon Tea: Kshs. 2000/-
Dress Code: Royalty
Intercontinental Hotel Nairobi
The Safari Bar will screen the Royal Wedding and they will break the norm and serve High Tea from 10:00 AM as a one-time exception. Tea will be served with delectable Mini Finger Sandwiches.