Crowds were wowed as the bride walked into the chapel
Soon-to-be Duchess of Sussex Markle alights at the steps of St George’s chapel, attended by her pageboys
Men-in-waiting: Two of Meghan’s pageboys hold the bride’s train as she walks into the chapel
Radiant bride Meghan Markle waves to the adoring crowd lining her route to the chapel from inside the a vintage royal Rolls Royce
Groom and bestman: Prince Harry and his brother and Prince William head into the chapel
Thousands lined the route as the vintage Rolls Royce chauffeurs a radiant, waving Meghan Markle to St George’s chapel to wed Prince Harry
Mother of the day: The Queen walks into the chapel for the big day
There’s my bride: Harry gazes at Meghan, with the couple tying the knot just months after becoming engaged in their whirlwind romance
Adorable bridesmaid Princess Charlotte waves out of the window of the car as she is taken to the chapel
Bride’s mother Doria Ragland, accompanied by royal dad Prince Phillip and Lady Camilla
The Rev. Michael Curry delivers a moving speech on the power of love
The bride’s mother Doria Ragland caught in a teary mood at the wedding
‘Who gives this woman away in marriage’ – Prince Charles was by Meghan’s side, with the actress’ dad unable to attend due to ill health
Meghan was driven to the chapel with her proud mother Doria sitting beside her in the vintage Rolls Royce
‘The kids rule’ – Meghan and Harry opted to have children as bridesmaids and groomsmen for the big day
Meghan’s pal Serena Williams and husband Alex Ohanian were there to witness the wedding of Prince Harry and Megan Markle today
‘Yellow suits her,’ as the ever glamorous Amal Cloony appeared with husband, actor George Cloony
Media mogul Oprah Winfrey was at Windsor for the royal wedding of the year
the Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton and Princess Charlotte
The Beckhams, Clooneys and Oprah Winfrey today arrived for the Royal Wedding – as Prince Harry was whisked out of his hotel with an entourage.
Famous faces including George Clooney and wife Amal, Elton John and Thomas Hardy were also among the throng of hundreds of guests to pour into St George’s Chapel.
Among the early arrivals were Princess Diana’s brother Earl Spencer, Prince Harry’s ex-girlfriend Chelsy Davy and Kate’s pregnant sister Pippa Middleton and mum Carole.
Other guests include tennis champ Serena Williams, Lady Kitty Spencer, Chloe Madeley and James Haskell and Meghan’s Suits co-star Patrick Adams and singer James Blunt.
Marcus Mumford of Mumford and Sons, and Princess Diana’s butler Paul Burrell were also snapped heading into the chapel today.
Pippa Middleton seen at the royal wedding
Stars on parade – David and Victoria Beckham share a joke with Sir Elton John and his husband David Furnish
David Beckham looked dapper in a grey morning suit complete with waistcoast and tails, while wife Victoria wore a navy dress with long sleeves and bright red shoes as they posed with fans in Windsor.
Rugby royalty Jonny Wilkinson, James Haskell and Sir Clive Woodward are all in attendance today in a nod to Harry’s role as head of the Rugby Football Union.
And Sarah Ferguson cast aside any speculation she would not be invited as she turned up for the service, wearing a dark navy dress.
Sarah Ferguson makes a rare appearance at a tier-1 royal event
Famous faces are among the throng of guests inside the chapel this morning.
Earlier, the 33-year-old royal groom was driven out of Coworth Park in Windsor after spending the night with older brother Prince William ahead of tying the knot with Meghan Markle.
The groom was seen in a convoy of cars ahead of today’s ceremony, with thousands of fans already lining the streets to catch a glimpse of the loved-up couple.
The 36-year-old bride spent her last night as a single woman with her mum Doria Ragland at Cliveden Hall, yesterday saying she felt “wonderful” ahead of the big day.
Meghan walked down the aisle at St George’s Chapel – entering by herself before being joined by her future father-in-law Prince Charles.
The bride’s dad Thomas Markle officially pulled out of the wedding after a tumultuous week where it was revealed he had posed in staged paparazzi photos.
Queen Elizabeth and Prince Phillip watch their grandson wed Meghan Markle
But Meghan has been able to put the drama behind her as shereadied to join the Royal Family wedding the sixth-in-line to the throne.
Thousands are expected to headed to Windsor to greet the newlyweds.
The service at Windsor Castle pwas a mix of modern and traditioal, with a soullfu rendtion of Ben E King’s classic Stand by Me due sung by a choir.
The couple have also chose not to “obey” each other in their marriage vows – and instead will “honour and protect”.
Making a welcome appearance was Prince Philip, with the 96-year-old’s attendance having been in question after he underwent a hip operation.
Duchess of Sussex, HRH Meghan Windsor waves to the thousands of people who lined the streets at Windsor, eager for their first glimpse of the bride
Preparations for this morning got into gear at the chapel with the flowers, including white peonies, white foxgloves, white stocks and flowering birch among the bouquets.
The wedding ceremony will see Harry and Meghan, newly announced as the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, riding together in a two-mile, 25-minute open-top carriage procession through the streets of Windsor.
Last night Harry and best man Prince William greeted jubilant crowds – many covered in Union Jacks and bunting – after waving off Meghan Markle and her mum Doria.
Prince Harry and William’s walkabout echoed the pair’s impromptu public appearance on The Mall in central London in 2011.
Beaming Harry shook hands with royal fans in Winds and said he was feeling “great” just a day before his wedding.
He was asked twice if he was nervous, but the Prince replied: “Great, thanks. How are you feeling?”
Meghan’s mum Doria sat next to her daughter on the way to the hotel after earlier meeting the Queen for afternoon tea.
Doria had initially been tipped for the role after Meghan’s dad Thomas Markle Sr pulled out due to a heart operation.
The 61-year-old mum flew into London to meet the Royal Family this week, and yesterday met to meet the Queen for tea.
A Kensington Palace statement said: “Ms Meghan Markle has asked His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales to accompany her down the aisle of the Quire of St George’s Chapel on her Wedding Day.
“The Prince of Wales is pleased to be able to welcome Ms Markle to the Royal Family in this way.”
The making of a Princess – Meghan Markel’s baby photos
Baby photos: Thomas Markle Sr holds his new-born daughter Meghan – August 4, 1981
Proud young mom Doria Ragland and Baby Meghan
Thomas Markle with his baby daughter, Rachael Meghan
The royal family has started to make their way to Windsor, with it yesterday confirming the Duke of Edinburgh would be attending the wedding of the year, after fears he may have to miss it due to a string of health issues.
It’s good news for Meghan and Harry, who have endured a turbulent week in the lead up to the big day.
Meghan had yesterday released an emotionally-charged statement to confirm her 73-year-old dad Thomas Markle, who lives in Mexico, would not be able to attend her big day.
In the statement, the bride-to-be said: “Sadly my father will not be attending our wedding.
“I have always cared for my father and hope he can be given the space he needs to focus on his health.
“I would like to thank everyone who has offered generous messages of support. Please know how much Harry and I look forward to sharing our special day with you on Saturday.”