Harry and Meghan's big day may have been crowned the event of the year, but it was England's victory against Tunisia in the World Cup at Russian Federation 2018 that broke United Kingdom television records.
How many times has England won the World Cup?
Kane's meteoric rise to become one of the World's best forwards is thanks in large part to Pochettino's faith in him, and it's clear the two of them are close, with Pochettino even cheering on the entire England team.
In the past, plenty of England teams wilted after allowing their opponents back into the game and although in Volgograd, they failed to maintain their blistering start the Three Lions still found a way to win in stoppage time.
The BBC's dominant record comes from screening the majority of England's group stage wins over the last 20 years.
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Trippier and Young were charged with providing the width, and the crosses, in England's 2-1 victory over Tunisia and each provided a corner which ended with Kane converting. It could be between him and Ronaldo to be named the World Cup's top scorer.
ITV's record has also been hampered by a string of draws, including the two drab affairs with the United States and Algeria at the 2010 World Cup, the 2002 and 2006 World Cup stalemates with Sweden, the Euro 2012 opener with France and the forgettable draws with Russian Federation and Slovakia at Euro 2016.
At its peak over 18 million viewers were watching the game, according to the BBC, which broadcast the game.
That dominance obviously gives a far larger pool for a trend to emerge, especially given the nature of England's performance in major tournaments.
Rashford, who came on as a substitute in the last-16 clash two years ago, believes the group has taken huge strides since then.
So, what does that mean for Russian Federation 2018?
Kane will be out to prove Merson and his other critics wrong and to continue his exceptional scoring form against Panama on June 24, before a clash with fellow European giants Belgium awaits on June 28. It's fair to say that, unlike the majority of his England teammates, the softly-spoken Maguire hasn't played in the really big games, domestically or in Europe.