The wedding of the year has officially commenced!
Meghan walked down the aisle with her father-in-law Prince Charles, as her father Thomas was unable to attend due to prior health issues. Her dress was designed by Clare Waight Keller of Givenchy.
Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby presided over the ceremony, where the couple exchanged "I Will's" with one another in front of their friends and family, including several celebrity guests like George Clooney, Serena Williams and David Beckham.
Lady Jane Fellowes, the sister of Harry's late mother Princess Diana, then gave a reading of "The Song of Solomon."
Presiding Bishop of the American Anglican Church Michael Bruce Curry then began delivering the address, where he quoted Martin Luther King Jr. on "the power of love."
"Don't underestimate it," he told everyone inside the chapel. After his passionate speech, Karen Gibson and The Kingdom Choir performed the classic Ben E. King hit "Stand By Me."
Welby then had Harry and Meghan exchange their marriage vows, followed by the exchanging of their wedding rings. Meghan's ring is made of extremely rare Welsh gold, which is in long-standing royal tradition. Harry's on the other hand is platinum.
"I therefore proclaim that they are husband and wife," came Welby's proclamation following the exchange of rings.
The couple then left St. George's Chapel where hundreds of fans were cheering them on, as they exchanged a kiss before heading out and starting their lives as officially married.
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