People.com is reporting that BBC is the public's official ticket into the royal wedding.

The network will broadcast live footage of the wedding internationally and promises an authentic British take on all the events, according to a statement by the broadcaster via The Hollywood Reporter.

BBC America will broadcast the coverage in the United States while BBC Entertainment will cover the wedding across Asia, India, Latin America, Europe and the Middle East.

According to People.com, BBC will have exclusive access to various points along the wedding route, and a fleet of experts and commentators. The live coverage will be anchored by Huw Edwards, a senior BBC news anchor.

The Royal Wedding provides a special opportunity to bring together our local channels around the world for a truly global viewing event, Jana Bennett, President of Worldwide Networks and Global iPlayer, said in a statement.

It was recently announced that Prince William and Kate Middleton chose the music for the ceremony.

Their choices, which are steeped in tradition, include two choirs, one orchestra, and the fanfare team from the Central Band of the Royal Air Force.

Both Prince William and Miss Middleton have taken a great deal of interest and care in choosing the music for their Service, the Palace said in a statement.

The music will include a number of well-known hymns and choral works as well as some specially commissioned pieces.

The Royal Wedding will take place on April 29 at Westminster Abbey.