The wait is over! The dress—and the bride, too, of course—is here!
The maid of honor attends to her big sis. Awww...
The bride is escorted by her father into Westminster Abbey.
Who doesn't love a man in uniform?
The maid of honor leads the way for bridesmaids Lady Louise Windsor, the Hon. Margarita Armstrong-Jones, Grace van Cutsem and Eliza Lopes and page boys William Lowther-Pinkerton and Tom Pettifer.
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The father of the groom and his wife greet his mother outside of the abbey.
The bride's brother escorts her mum, who's wearing a dress and coatdress by Catherine Walker and a hat by Berkshire-based Jane Corbett.
The queen enters the abbey with the Very Reverend Dr. John Hall, Dean of Westminster.
Princess Diana's brother, accompanied by his fiancée, checks out the wedding program.
The Duke of York, and dad to Eugenie and Beatrice, had his own wedding to ex-wife Sarah Ferguson at Westminster Abbey.
The royal fashionistas do not disappoint.
Becks worked with Prince William to try bring the 2018 World Cup to England. No such luck on that, but at least they became pals!
Sir Elton was close friends with the late Princess Diana, memorably singing a reworked version of "Candle in the Wind" at her funeral.
Prince Harry's GF had two dresses custom made for today's events.
The singer was one of 1,900 guests at the royal wedding. Hey Joss, how about texting us a picture of the festivities?!
These two had a quite a royal wedding themselves back in 2002—check it out!
Word is Madonna's ex-hubby is friends with Wills and Kate. Who knew?
The English socialite, television presenter, columnist and model was also the face of Walkers Crisps, replacing Victoria Beckham.
This adorable duo said "I do" themselves just last June.
The BBC adventurer, best known for hosting such shows as On Thin Ice and Escape in Time, collaborated with the groom on the 2010 travelogue Prince William's Africa
Sofia is related to Queen Elizabeth II through Christian IX of Denmark and Queen Victoria.
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The swim champ has won five Olympic gold medals, the most won by any Australian.
The queen is an accomplished painter. Her illustrations—under the pseudonym Ingahild Grathmer—were used for the Danish edition of The Lord of the Rings published in 1977 and re-issued in 2002.
Samantha, where's your hat?!