• Revealed: The song Meghan Markle will be walking down the aisle to

    Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's order of service has been revealed ahead of their wedding ceremony on Saturday, including the very song Meghan will be walking down the aisle to. The former Suits actress is set to arrive just before 12:00 to George Frideric Handel's Eternal Source of Light Divine. The famous composition - also known as Ode for the Birthday of Queen Anne – will be performed by the royal couple's chosen Orchestra, made up of musicians from the BBC National Orchestra of Wales, the English Chamber Orchestra and the Philharmonia, conducted by British violinist Christopher Warren-Green. The

  • Prince Harry to break with tradition and wear wedding band

    In a surprising break with tradition, Prince Harry is to wear a wedding band when he marries his bride Meghan Markle at St. George's Chapel in Windsor. The news was revealed in the couple's order of service, which was released to the media on Friday. Harry and Meghan are due to exchange bands in the 'giving of rings' part of the service. It's a lovely touch to a very modern ceremony, which has captured the nation's hearts. Royal wedding bands are traditionally made from Welsh gold so all eyes will be on the bride and groom to see what

  • Meghan Markle's father has paid tribute to his 'beautiful' daughter

    Thomas Markle has wished his daughter and Prince Harry well following their royal wedding. Meghan's dad, who sadly couldn't attend the wedding due to ill health, told TMZ that he thought his "baby" looked "beautiful". He said: "My baby looks beautiful and she looks very happy. I wish I were there and I wish them all my love and all happiness." He added that watching the ceremony was "emotional and joyful". Thomas is currently recovering from heart surgery in California, where he had three stents fitted. Thomas called Meghan 'beautiful'  In Thomas' place, Meghan asked her now father-in-law, Prince Charles, to

  • Did Prince Harry and Meghan Markle forget to curtsy to the Queen?

    Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are husband and wife! And as their ceremony was watched by thousands of well-wishers, including the Queen, everyone's eyes were on the newlyweds and the royal family. Royal fans have since taken to social media to speculate whether the couple, who exchanged vows at St George's Chapel in Windsor, forgot to curtsy to the Queen. "No bow or curtsy to the queen. I must have missed it because Prince Harry wouldn't have forgotten," wrote one, while another enquired: "Did Prince Harry and the Duchess of Sussex bow to the queen before or after? If

  • Cheeky Princess Charlotte pokes tongue out after being perfect bridesmaid

    Princess Charlotte is just too cute! The adorable little royal let her cheeky side out as she drove to uncle Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s wedding at Windsor Castle. The young royal was impecably behaved for over an hour as she served her duty as the couple’s bridesmaid, making mother Duchess Kate and father Prince William proud. But all three-year-olds have their moments, and this image, of Charlotte poking her tongue out as she sat in the back of the car, has made our day.  MORE: All the photos from the royal wedding Princess Charlotte poked her tongue out when she thought

  • Who was looking after Prince Louis during the royal wedding?

    It was a huge day for the British royal family, but there was one person who was missing from the celebrations - Prince Louis. The three-week-old royal is believed to have remained at Windsor Castle - since the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge stayed there overnight ahead of the nuptials. His older siblings, Prince George and Princess Charlotte had major roles on the day, playing the perfect pageboy and bridesmaid, respectively. Their nanny, Maria Borrallo, was also on hand to take care of the young royals, while little Louis was looked after by palace staff or another nanny based

  • The best reactions to Bishop Michael Curry's powerful sermon at the royal wedding

    Prince Harry and Meghan Markle had their moment in the spotlight on Saturday when they married at St. George's Chapel in Windsor, yet another surprise star of the show has got the world talking – and that's American Bishop Michael Curry. The preacher, who is the 27th Presiding Bishop of the Episcopal Church, gave a powerful sermon during the ceremony as he quoted Dr Martin Luther King and referenced French thinker Pierre Teilhard de Chardin. His upbeat address titled The Power of Love captured the imagination of the wedding guests and viewers alike, with many smiling as the pastor gave

  • Watch: 360 video and photos from Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's procession

    Experience the fairytale carriage procession – the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s first journey as newlyweds – from an incredible 360 degree perspective with our amazing new video from Windsor. The clip captures all the pomp, pageantry and emotion from the wedding day, as Prince Harry and his new wife, nee Meghan Markle set off on a 25-minute journey along the streets of Windsor, that were lined with well-wishers and excitable royal watchers all keen to catch a glimpse of the royal couple before they headed off to their reception at St George’s Hall.   MORE: All the photos from the royal wedding Feel

  • Kensington Palace update social accounts with photos of ‘the fab four’ – see which one they’ve chosen!

    Meghan Markle has officially been welcomed into the royal family in more ways than one! Within hours of the royal wedding on Saturday, the newly-crowned Duchess of Sussex was added to the bio and profile photo of Kensington Palace’s official Twitter account, alongside her new husband and brother and sister-in-law, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. A photo of the 'fab four' has been added to the Kensington Palace Twitter account A photo of the ‘fab four’ was added as the new profile picture. It was taken at the first annual Royal Foundation Forum in February 2018 and shows the royals

  • The 20 best-dressed guests at the royal wedding: Video

    Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's fairytale wedding at Windsor's St George's Chapel saw all the royals and a star-studded crowd of celebrity friends come together to celebrate their big. Apart from Meghan herself – who looked every inch a princess in a custom-made Givenchy wedding dress, among the guests there were plenty of stylish outfits, from Amal Clooney's sunshine yellow Stella McCartney midi dress, to the Duchess of Cambridge's Alexander McQueen lemon gown – which she stepped out in just weeks after giving birth to Prince Louis. Other memorable looks include the proud mother-of-the-bride, Doria Ragland, who looked gorgeous

  • Did Prince Harry leave an empty seat for Princess Diana at his wedding?

    There was someone very important to Prince Harry who was missing on his wedding day - his mother, the late Princess Diana. The 33-year-old royal, who exchanged vows with Meghan Markle at Windsor Castle on Saturday afternoon, left an empty seat next to Prince William inside St. George's Chapel - and many have since speculated that it was in honour of his mum. HELLO! understands that the seat was simply kept empty so nobody was sat in front of the Queen, who watched the proceedings from the second row. Even though the seat was not for Diana, the Prince kept

  • Prince Harry's much-loved nannies make appearance on his wedding day

    The royal wedding saw celebrities, close friends and family of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle come together to celebrate the couple's special day in Windsor. Touchingly, the groom remembered two women who helped care for both himself and his brother during their childhoods, their former nannies Tiggy Pettifier – formerly Tiggy Legge-Bourke - and Jessie Webb. The ladies played a big part in the upbringings of the Princes so it was a special moment seeing them cheer on Harry on his wedding day. Tiggy looked elegant in a cream dress and jacket, teamed with a matching hat with feather detail. Jessie

  • Prince Harry's friend Nacho Figueras shares photo of evening reception invite

    Prince Harry's polo-playing friend Nacho Figueras has given fans a sneak peek of the invite he received for Harry and Meghan Markle's evening do. Nacho, who attended the royal wedding with his wife Delfina Blaquier, shared a photo on Instagram of his Ralph Lauren black tie suit, his aftershave and his paper invitation. The front of the invite shows a drawing of the couple's venue, Frogmore House, which holds a special place in their heart; Harry, 33, and Meghan, 36, chose to hold their engagement shoot there. The lettering on the front read: "Information for the evening celebrations." Nacho shared a

  • Kate Middleton's wedding guest style

    A photo gallery of what Kate Middleton wore all the times she was a wedding

  • Prince Harry and Meghan Markle wed in Windsor: Watch live

    The world is watching as Prince Charles and Princess Diana's son Prince Harry marries Meghan Markle in one of the most highly-anticipated royal weddings in recent memory. Watch all the action from St George's Chapel at Windsor Castle live as VIP guests from Oprah Winfrey to the Queen watch the royal couple tie the

  • Meghan Markle's wedding dress: photos from every angle and all the details

    The new Duchess of Sussex looked etheral in a dreamy dress designed by Claire Waight Keller for

  • The 20 best-dressed guests at the royal wedding: Video

    One of the highlights of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's romantic nuptials at Windsor's St George Chapel was the amazing lineup of VIPs who walked the red carpet before the ceremony. From Oprah Winfrey to the cast of Suits, see the best dressed ladies at the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's royal wedding!(To watch a video of the best-dressed men, CLICK

  • You're next, Princess Eugenie! Watch all the beautiful royal weddings held at St George's Chapel – video

    Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are the latest latest royals to hold a royal wedding at St George's Chapel – and Prince Eugenie is next as she walks down the aisle with Jack Brooksbank at the historic church on October 12. In honour of the new generation of royal brides and grooms, watch Harry and Meghan lead the roster of all the royal weddings and royal christenings held at St George's in

  • Bishop Michael Curry's best quotes from the royal wedding - Video

    There were plenty of royal and celebrity scene-stealers at the royal wedding, from Prince George and Princess Charlotte to Oprah Winfrey. But one of the lesser-known VIPS at Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's ceremony at St George's Chapel was Chicago-based Michael Curry, the first black Presiding Bishop of the Episcopal Church. The American religious leader provided one of the most memorable moments of the church service with his at once moving, humorous and passionate sermon on fire, love and life making him an instant viral hit. Check out his best quotes from the royal

  • The top 10 best dressed men at the royal wedding: video

    While Oprah, Lady Kitty Spencer and Amal Clooney made our roster of the best dressed women at Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's royal wedding, we also noted some very stylish men walking up the red carpet! With such elegant guys such as Idris Elba, George Clooney and David Beckham among the VIP guests, see who made the cut on our list of top 10 best dressed gents. (CLICK HERE to see the best dressed

  • See the most romantic Prince Harry and Meghan Markle moments from the royal wedding and beyond – video

    From the moment they made their first public appearance together hand in hand at the Invictus Games Toronto in 2017, it was clear that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were ready to set a high bar (and break royal protocol!) when it came to royal romance. And on May 19, 2018, we saw some of their most loved-up moments yet during their romantic St George's Chapel wedding. Get ready to feel the love as you watch Meghan and Harry's sweetest moments from their royal wedding and