Prince Harry’s wedding day has arrived as he prepares to marry his American bride Meghan Markle in a glittering ceremony, watched around the world by millions.
The Queen’s grandson, who is sixth in line to the throne, will pledge to love, comfort, honour and protect the former actress as they become husband and wife in the historic surrounds of St George’s Chapel in Windsor Castle.
The couple will tie the knot in a midday ceremony at St George’s Chapel in the Windsor Castle grounds, before taking part in a carriage procession.
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Husband and wife board carriage for procession
The royal couple are now going on a carriage procession around Windsor.
The couple, in keeping with royal wedding tradition, stepped into the carriage immediately after leaving St George’s Chapel.
They will spend roughly half an hour riding from the chapel, down Windsor High Street and back to the castle along the iconic Long Walk.
Harry and Meghan are riding through Windsor in an Ascot Landau carriage.
It is being being pulled by father and son Windsor Greys Storm and Tyrone.
The royal couple’s first kiss!
Meghan and Harry have just shared their first kiss as man and wife.
The smooch on the steps of St George’s chapel sealed their love following a 60-minute ceremony.
There are huge cries and cheers from the crowd.
Royal carriage arrives as royal couple take vows
Meghan and Harry’s faces were the picture of happiness as they took their vows.
Just as Harry and Meghan were officially married, the horse-drawn carriage in which they will depart from St George’s Chapel was brought into Horseshoe Cloister.
The happy couple gazed into each other’s eyes as they exchanged vows.
The Duke of Cambridge, in his role as best man, stepped forward to hand over the rings, with Harry and Meghan smiling as they placed the rings on each other’s hands.
Loud cheers could be heard from outside St George’s Chapel as the Archbishop of Canterbury proclaimed them husband and wife.
Rev Michael Curry gives passionate speech
Reverend Michael Curry is giving a passionate sermon from the pulpit.
His fiery speech has drawn what appear to be laughs from some of the congregation.
Rev Curry flew over from America to take part in the service.
He is the first African-American to be primate of the Episcopal Church – a US offshoot of the Church of England.
Kate and Camilla take front row seats
How beautiful does Meghan look today?
Two senior royals in prize seats to watch the bride are Kate and Camilla.
They were beside Prince Charles in the front row of the service.
Prince Harry and Meghan have both just said “I will”.
Their vows were read out by Archbishop Justin Welby.
Prince Harry is here!
Prince Harry has arrived.
There were cheers as he walked into the chapel dressed in the uniform of the Blues and Royals alongside best man Prince William.
They spent last night together before travelling as a pair.
Meghan Markle leaves hotel for chapel
Meghan Markle has left Clivedon House where she spent last night.
She departed in a vintage Rolls-Royce wearing a white gown, tiara and a veil.
It is a 10-mile drive until she reaches Windsor Castle
Meghan Markle’s former Suits co-stars have taken their positions inside the chapel.
Gabriel Macht, who played hot-shot lawyer Harvey Specter, looked dapper alongside his wife Jacinda Barrett.
Meghan’s on-screen lover Patrick J Adams is also in attendance.