Here are the best photos from the royal wedding

On Saturday, May 19, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry officially became the Duke and Duchess of Sussex at St. George’s Chapel in Windsor. Click through above for the best pictures from the big event.

For all things royal wedding, from details on Meghan Markle’s dress to cute pictures of Prince George and Princess Charlotte, click here. Want to relive every moment? Watch it all here.

<p>The couple couldn’t have looked happier as they make their vows to one another. (Photo: PA) </p>
Taking the vows

The couple couldn’t have looked happier as they make their vows to one another. (Photo: PA)

<p>Among the guests were 2,200 members of the public, the royal family, and Markle’s mother Doria Ragland. (Photo: Getty) </p>
The streets of Windsor

Among the guests were 2,200 members of the public, the royal family, and Markle’s mother Doria Ragland. (Photo: Getty)

<p>Markle looked breathtaking in her Givenchy gown and shoes. (Photo: Getty) </p>
Born for the role

Markle looked breathtaking in her Givenchy gown and shoes. (Photo: Getty)

<p>Prince Charles, Prince of Wales, and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall shared a moment during the ceremony. (Photo: Getty) </p>
Charles and Camilla

Prince Charles, Prince of Wales, and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall shared a moment during the ceremony. (Photo: Getty)

<p>Now that they’re married, they’re no longer Harry and Meghan, but the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.(Photo: Getty) </p>
New titles

Now that they’re married, they’re no longer Harry and Meghan, but the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.(Photo: Getty)

<p>Harry’s full title will be Duke of Sussex, Earl of Dumbarton and Baron Kilkeel. Meghan will be the first woman to hold her title, the Duchess of Sussex, which became effective when she got married. (Photo: Getty) </p>
The ceremony begins

Harry’s full title will be Duke of Sussex, Earl of Dumbarton and Baron Kilkeel. Meghan will be the first woman to hold her title, the Duchess of Sussex, which became effective when she got married. (Photo: Getty)

<p>The train on Markle’s dress was about 16 feeet long. (Photo: Getty) </p>
The train

The train on Markle’s dress was about 16 feeet long. (Photo: Getty)

<p>Amal and George Clooney were amongst the best dressed at St. George’s Chapel this morning. (Photo: PA) </p>
Amal and George Clooney before the ceremony

Amal and George Clooney were amongst the best dressed at St. George’s Chapel this morning. (Photo: PA)

<p>The new Duchess of Sussex couldn’t stop smiling as she made her vows to Prince Harry. (Photo: PA) </p>
The big day is finally here

The new Duchess of Sussex couldn’t stop smiling as she made her vows to Prince Harry. (Photo: PA)

<p>Meghan Markle and her bridal party walk down the aisle of St. George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle for the wedding. (Photo: Danny Lawson – WPA Pool/Getty Images) </p>
St. George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle

Meghan Markle and her bridal party walk down the aisle of St. George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle for the wedding. (Photo: Danny Lawson – WPA Pool/Getty Images)

<p>Prince Harry places the wedding ring on Meghan Markle’s finger. (Photo: Jonathan Brady/PA Wire) </p>
The rings

Prince Harry places the wedding ring on Meghan Markle’s finger. (Photo: Jonathan Brady/PA Wire)

A shared smile
<p>After Markle’s father had to cancel his appearance at the wedding due to his health, Prince Charles stepped in to walk Markle halfway down the aisle. (Photo: Jonathan Brady/PA Wire) </p>
Prince Charles accompanies Meghan down the aisle

After Markle’s father had to cancel his appearance at the wedding due to his health, Prince Charles stepped in to walk Markle halfway down the aisle. (Photo: Jonathan Brady/PA Wire)

<p>Oprah Winfrey was another best-dressed celebrity at the wedding of the year. (Photo: Ian West/PA Wire) </p>
Oprah’s outfit

Oprah Winfrey was another best-dressed celebrity at the wedding of the year. (Photo: Ian West/PA Wire)

<p>The bridesmaids and pageboys couldn’t help but stare at the crowds as they drove past. (Photo: Getty) </p>
Bridesmaids and page boys en route

The bridesmaids and pageboys couldn’t help but stare at the crowds as they drove past. (Photo: Getty)

<p>The couple were greeted by rapturous applause as their carriage took them through Windsor. (Photo: Reuters) </p>
Applause

The couple were greeted by rapturous applause as their carriage took them through Windsor. (Photo: Reuters)

<p>Meghan had 10 bridesmaids and pageboys, including Prince George and Princess Charlotte. (Photo: Getty) </p>
The start of the ceremony

Meghan had 10 bridesmaids and pageboys, including Prince George and Princess Charlotte. (Photo: Getty)

<p>Hundreds of thousands of wellwishers flocked to Windsor Castle to catch a glimpse of the royal couple during the procession. (Photo: Getty) </p>
Windsor Castle

Hundreds of thousands of wellwishers flocked to Windsor Castle to catch a glimpse of the royal couple during the procession. (Photo: Getty)

<p>Markle wore the Queen Mary’s diamond bandeau tiara, which was loaned to her by the Queen. (Photo: Getty) </p>
A special tiara

Markle wore the Queen Mary’s diamond bandeau tiara, which was loaned to her by the Queen. (Photo: Getty)

<p>The pair looked overjoyed throughout the ceremony. (Photo: Getty) </p>
Sealed with a kiss

The pair looked overjoyed throughout the ceremony. (Photo: Getty)

<p>A horse-drawn carriage lead the way for the royal couple as they left the church. (Photo: Getty) </p>
Horse and carriage

A horse-drawn carriage lead the way for the royal couple as they left the church. (Photo: Getty)

<p>The new Duke and Duchess of Sussex left on their 25-minute journey through the streets of Windsor in an Ascot landau carriage after the royal ceremony finished. (Photo: Getty) </p>
A beautiful moment

The new Duke and Duchess of Sussex left on their 25-minute journey through the streets of Windsor in an Ascot landau carriage after the royal ceremony finished. (Photo: Getty)

<p>The children sat with Kate Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge, in the car. (Photo: Getty) </p>
Kate Middleton

The children sat with Kate Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge, in the car. (Photo: Getty)

<p>Prince Charles accompanied Markle’s mother, Doria Ragland, after the ceremony. (Photo: Getty) </p>
Prince Charles and Doria Ragland

Prince Charles accompanied Markle’s mother, Doria Ragland, after the ceremony. (Photo: Getty)

<p>Princess Charlotte showed her expertise at the royal wave. (Photo: Getty) </p>
Princess Charlotte

Princess Charlotte showed her expertise at the royal wave. (Photo: Getty)

<p>Prince Harry and his best man, the Duke of Cambridge, both wore the frockcoat uniform of the Blues and Royals. (Photo: Getty) </p>
Harry pushes back Markle’s tiara

Prince Harry and his best man, the Duke of Cambridge, both wore the frockcoat uniform of the Blues and Royals. (Photo: Getty)

<p>Most Rev. Michael Curry, the head of Episcopal Church in the U.S., gave the address, focusing on the idea of love. (Photo: Getty) </p>
Most Rev. Michael Curry

Most Rev. Michael Curry, the head of Episcopal Church in the U.S., gave the address, focusing on the idea of love. (Photo: Getty)

<p>Tradition dictates that Her Majesty is the last to arrive at Royal engagements, visits and events. (Photo: Getty) </p>
The Queen and Prince Philip

Tradition dictates that Her Majesty is the last to arrive at Royal engagements, visits and events. (Photo: Getty)

<p>Meghan Markle traveled to Windsor Castle with her mother Doria in a vintage Rolls Royce Phantom. (Photo: Getty) </p>
Meghan and Doria

Meghan Markle traveled to Windsor Castle with her mother Doria in a vintage Rolls Royce Phantom. (Photo: Getty)

<p>The white bateua gown was designed by British designer Clare Waight Keller, the artistic director of French fashion house Givenchy. Markle chose Clare because of her “timeless and elegant aesthetic, impeccable tailoring, and relaxed demeanour,” Kensington Palace said. (Photo: PA) </p>
Markle’s incredible dress

The white bateua gown was designed by British designer Clare Waight Keller, the artistic director of French fashion house Givenchy. Markle chose Clare because of her “timeless and elegant aesthetic, impeccable tailoring, and relaxed demeanour,” Kensington Palace said. (Photo: PA)

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