Prince Harry and Meghan Markle tied the knot at St George’s Chapel in Windsor Castle. Here are the key moments.
Meghan’s arrival at the chapel
All eyes were on Ms Markle when she stepped out of her car.
Her five-metre-long veil was held by two pageboys as she walked up the stairs to the chapel, and entered alone before Prince Charles joined her to walk along the quire.
Prince Harry beamed as he saw his bride, and told her she looked “amazing”.
Pageboy’s grin steals the show
One of the pageboys carrying Ms Markle’s veil could barely contain his excitement.
His wide, gap-toothed grin as he walked behind Ms Markle quickly went viral.
He is a son of Ms Markle’s close friend, stylist Jessica Mulroney.
Preaching the power of love
African-American bishop Michael Curry said the word ‘love’ 68 times during his 14-minute sermon.
The Queen and Prince Philip remained impassive throughout the intense delivery.
Others really got into it, like Princess Beatrice.
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Zara Phillips is Patsy from Ab Fab
She appeared less than impressed with Reverend Curry.
The Royal wedding got political
BBC Three threw shade at Donald Trump on Twitter.
While the channel didn’t mention the US President, it posted these two pictures side by side.
The right is the Long Walk to Windsor Castle.
The left is Mr Trump’s so-called “largest inaugural audience ever” from in January 2017.
Meghan Markle’s mum cried
Doria Ragland was in the car with Meghan during the drive to the chapel before dashing inside by herself.
She became visibly emotional as her daughter walked to the altar, and we all wanted to hug our own mums.
This look on Meghan’s face
The look of true love!
This look on Harry’s ex-girlfriend’s face
So darling, stand by me
The Kingdom Choir sung Ben E King’s soul classic Stand By Me.
It was enough to move even republicans to tears.