All The Magical Moments At Prince Harry And Meghan Markle's Wedding
Well, it's official! Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, a.k.a Their Highnesses The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, have started their journey as newlyweds.
So far, the royal wedding has been nothing short of a fairy tale. From Meghan's breathtaking dress, to the star-studded guest list and the sea of cheering fans outside of Windsor Castle, it's impossible to say which moments were truly the most magical. But, these are the ones you DEFINITELY need to watch. And rewatch. Forever.
We've rounded up the most memorable moments from the highly anticipated royal wedding day.
1. Meghan walks down the aisle.
Not gonna lie, we totally shed a tear when Meghan walked down the aisle. The way Harry's face lit up when he saw her, the beautiful music, the bridal party walking behind her as she linked arms with Prince Charles -- it was all just too much. In the best way possible.
Also, here's a huge surprise - Meghan walked halfway up the aisle BY HERSELF! It was the perfect decision, after news broke that her father wouldn't be attending.
2. Prince Harry looking awkward (and adorable) AF as he lifts Meghan's veil.
Pretty sure everyone was a little bit concerned for Prince Harry as he fumbled with Meghan's veil. Granted, it was made out of really expensive and delicate silk. He clearly did the best he could, and Meghan looked so serene and completely unfazed by the awkward ordeal.
3. The nineteen-year-old cello player who blew everyone away.
At Meghan's personal request, nineteen-year-old Sheku Kanneh-Mason gave an unbelievable performance during the Signing of the Register. Kanneh-Mason made history at the wedding this morning, after being named BBC's Young Musician of the Year in 2016. A gospel choir also gave everyone goosebumps when they sang "Stand By Me" as Meghan and Harry sat together holding hands.
4. The first kiss!
Staying true to tradition, Harry kissed the bride while facing the public after the ceremony. It was the second time that the couple shared a kiss in public.
The first one actually happened in Toronto last September, when Harry gave Meghan a kiss on the cheek at the Invictus Games.
6. The newlyweds take off in the carriage procession as the whole world watches.
The ceremony ended with Harry and Meghan riding through Windsor on their royal carriage procession. Surrounded by guards on horseback and a massive marching band, the couple made their way through the endless swarms of screaming fans.