The wedding of Princess Eugenie, the Queen’s granddaughter, and Jack Brooksbank has taken place at St George’s Chapel in Windsor Castle.
We take a look at some of the most striking pictures from the day.
Guests started to arrive, including Naomi Campbell sporting a chic black fascinator.
Pixie Geldof held on to her headpiece in the windy conditions, as she arrived with her husband George Barnett, below.
Met Office forecaster Helen Chivers said: “Whilst it’s extremely windy in western parts [with Storm Callum] it’s breezy across the rest of the country as well. The wind speed in the Windsor area is going to be about 30-35mph today, so it is going very breezy.”
Demi Moore arrived dressed in burgundy.
The West Door of St George’s chapel was decorated in autumnal splendour ahead of the wedding.
More guests arrived, including Liv Tyler.
Along with Ellie Goulding (left) wearing a dress in pale blue and silver.
Robbie Williams arrived with his wife Ayda Field.
Princess Beatrice of York and her mother Sarah Ferguson (right) arrived in their car, dressed in vibrant blue and green.
The Duchess of Sussex arrived in dark blue.
Along with the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.
The young royals settled into their seats in the chapel.
Pippa and James Matthews arrived.
Queen Elizabeth II and the Duke of Edinburgh arrived for the wedding of their granddaughter.
The car escorting the bride arrived with security down the long walk in Windsor.
The crowds caught a glimpse of the bride and her wedding dress.
Finally, the wedding dress was revealed outside St George’s chapel.
Princess Eugenie climbed the steps with her father Prince Andrew, Duke of York.
Princess Eugenie then walked down the aisle with her father, flanked by hundreds of guests.
Princess Eugenie then met Jack Brooksbank at the altar.
The Royal Family looked on with beaming smiles as the couple tied the knot.
After the ceremony the married couple left St George’s Chapel to greet the crowd outside.
After the fairytale wedding, the happy married royal couple climbed into their carriage.
Crowds cheered the pair as their carriage wound its way through Windsor High Street and the Long Walk, before an afternoon reception hosted by the Queen in St George’s Hall at the castle.
An evening party will take place at the York family home, the Royal Lodge, in Windsor Great Park.
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