Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are officially husband and wife. The pair finally tied the knot this afternoon during a moving ceremony at St. George’s Chapel, Windsor.


We’re sure there wasn’t a dry eye in the house as millions tuned in to watch their wedding day from all around the world.


The wedding ceremony was full of special, intimate moments, making it feel that little bit more special.



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The newlyweds were beaming from ear to ear throughout their moving wedding ceremony, with Harry telling Meghan that she looked amazing when she reached the altar.


The chapel may have been full of members of the Royal Family, as well as some of the biggest Hollywood stars, but all eyes were on the bride and groom.


We certainly shed a tear or ten when the charming pair exchanged their vows, but there was one moment in particular that stole our hearts.



As the newlyweds left the chapel a gospel choir sang Etta James' version of Amen/This Little Light of Mine.


Harry and Meghan then shared their first kiss as husband and wife on the steps of the chapel, with their family looking on from the chapel doors.



The pair then embarked on a procession through Windsor to St. George’s Hall, where Queen Elizabeth is hosting a lunchtime reception for the bride and groom, and their 600 guests.


Huge congratulations to the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.


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