Who will deliver speeches at the reception?

Prince Charles, the Duke of Sussex and the Duchess of Sussex are expected to speak at the lunchtime reception by the Queen at St. George's Hall for 600 guests.

Prince William as best man will act as compere. Maybe the colloquial term for that is "master of ceremonies" or simply "emcee."

The 'ethereal' wedding cake

Finally a photo of that wedding cake everyone was speculating about.

Designed by Claire Ptak, owner of Violet Bakery, the cake is made of elderflower syrup extracted from the Queen's Sandringham estate. It also has lemon curd and white buttercream.

Ptak, who made the cake at Buckingham Palace's kitchens, said it was inspired by spring.

The cake is a departure from the traditional fruit cake center used in royal weddings for generations.

And they lived happily ever after...

The newlywed Duke and Duchess of Sussex end their modern fairytale with a horse-drawn procession around Windsor.

Let's talk about her tiara

The Queen lent the Queen Mary bandeau tiara to Meghan for the big day to hold together her veil over the sleek Givenchy wedding dress by Clare Waight Keller.

The tiara is ancient, made in 1932 with a brooch dating back to 1893.

Brief photo opportunity outside the chapel
The couple head out of the chapel and stand with their immediate family outside St. George's chapel at Windsor Castle before they board the carriage.

The newly weds seal their wedding with a kiss outside the chapel just as choirs sing "Amen!"

The UK's national anthem is sung before the newlyweds head out along the aisle.

"What God has put together, let no man put asunder."

Harry and Meghan are declared as husband and wife!

Meghan and Harry put on each other's rings
Harry and Meghan exchange I do's.