A very important day for the royal couple Prince Harry and Megan Markle who tied the knot in St George’s Chapel at Windsor castle earlier today.
The event which saw thousands of people wait patiently throughout Windsor Castle had a long star-studded list of celebrities attend. Such as Victoria and David Beckham, Oprah Winfrey, Idris Elba and The Dutches of Cambridge.
The ceremony took place in St George’s Chapel the same church that Prince Harry was baptised in the 80s, showcasing to a personal crowd of 600 guests who were seated and watched the emotional service.
On arrival after the royal family had been seated and following tradition the Queen being last to arrive, Megan made an appearance in a Roles Royce Phantom accompanied by two pageboys.
Megan’s dress caused great speculation on who exactly was the designer for this special occasion, many media outlets swayed towards Stella McCartney a designer worn by many attendees this afternoon such as Oprah Winfrey and Amal Clooney.
Clair Waite Keller, recently appointed artistic and creative director of French design house Givenchy designed Megan’s dress. Keller who previously worked for Chloe and showcased a Couture collection this January for Givenchy is known for her romantic style and is the first female creative director of Givenchy. A clear perfect choice for this historical garment.
The dress which showed great elegance, a timeless creation by the talented British designer was fitted, showing Megan’s slim frame in a classy manner. A slight show of shoulder with modern mid-length sleeves displayed Givenchy’s characteristics.
Megan's veil was hand embroidered and reached 5 meters long of silk tulle worn with a magnificent tiara made of Diamonds accessorised with a Cartier bracelet.
Megan gracefully walked down the aisle to meet her husband to be, accompanied by The Prince Of Wales who walked with her as her father was in absence due to a recent heart operation.
Prince Harry wore a Frockcoat uniform, tailored by Savile Row Dege & Skinner.
The Queen wore a Lime tweed coat by Stewart Parvin, a lemon and purple silk dress. The hat also made of tweed was designed by Angela Kelly.