• All the times Princess Diana was paid tribute to during the royal wedding

    The absence of Prince Harry's late mother Diana, Princess of Wales, will have been felt heavily on his wedding day, but the groom found several sweet and poignant ways to pay tribute to her. Harry, who was just 12 when his mother died, added several sentimental touches to his wedding with Meghan Markle at St George's Chapel, Windsor. Among them were the wedding flowers, installed by florist Philippa Craddock and her team. Arches of greenery and flowers were placed around the entrance to the chapel and inside, featuring white roses, which were one of Princess Diana's favourite flowers and were

  • Watch the moment Meghan Markle curtsies to the Queen at the royal wedding

    While it was previously suggested that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle forgot to curtsy to the Queen during their wedding ceremony, new footage shows that they did indeed make the gesture to Her Majesty. Meghan bowed to the Monarch after they finished singing God Save the Queen at the end of the wedding ceremony, but as the camera was panning overhead at the time, it was not as easy for viewers to see. It was previously suggested that Meghan Markle forgot to curtsy to the Queen at the royal wedding Royal fans took to social media during the ceremony on Saturday

  • Prince Charles was the perfect gentleman at the royal wedding

    The Prince of Wales showed his chivalrous side at the royal wedding by making both Meghan Markle and her mother Doria Ragland truly feel like part of the family. Charles, who had only met Meghan's mother for the first time earlier this week, appeared to go out of his way to make Doria feel welcome on what was sure to be an overwhelming day for her. The future King chatted to Doria as they stood outside St George's Chapel following the wedding ceremony, while Prince Harry and Meghan made their way into their carriage for the procession. He then led

  • Watch the sweet moment Princess Eugenie's fiancé Jack Brooksbank gives Sarah Ferguson the biggest of hugs

    Sarah, Duchess of York shared a very sweet moment with her future son-in-law Jack Brooksbank as she arrived at the royal wedding on Saturday. Cameras captured the incredibly touching moment when Jack, who was waiting outside St George's Chapel in Windsor, greeted his fiancée's mother with a huge hug. The pair embraced before heading into the church, ready to witness Prince Harry and Meghan Markle tie the knot. Sarah, who was married to Prince Andrew for ten years, was seated apart from her ex-husband and their two daughters, Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie. The Duchess was invited to sit in the

  • Who took care of the bridesmaids and pageboys during the royal wedding ceremony?

    The six bridesmaids and four pageboys were impeccably behaved during Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's big day on Saturday, and stole the show as they walked down the aisle behind the beautiful bride. But while their parents were watching the wedding – there was another person to keep them in line - Maria Teresa Turrion Borrallo. Prince George and Princess Charlotte's nanny was seen with the children during the service, and even comforted the youngest bridesmaid, Harry's goddaughter Zalie Warren, when she became overwhelmed just before Meghan entered the chapel. It is believed that Maria picked up the little

  • Alex Jones' fans show their support after her royal wedding gaffe on live TV

    Alex Jones made a blunder on live TV as she covered Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's royal wedding on Saturday. Reporting for the BBC from Windsor, Alex chatted to well-wishers about what they thought of the nuptials and the couple's first kiss outside the church. As she closed her live segment, Alex said: "It may be the last royal wedding for a long time, but it was absolutely perfect. Now, for some scotch eggs and a good dose of prosecco. Cheers!" The One Show presenter quickly came under fire from some fans, who pointed out that Harry's cousin, Princess Eugenie,

  • Newlyweds Prince Harry and Meghan leave Windsor

    After a fairytale wedding at St. George's Chapel, the new Duke and Duchess of Sussex – Prince Harry and Meghan Markle – have departed Windsor. The couple, who tied the knot on Saturday, were spotted leaving just a short while after the royal fans were delighted to see the Queen being driven back to Windsor Castle in a Range Rover after the morning service at the Royal Chapel of All Saints in Windsor Great Park. Meghan and Harry celebrated their big day in Windsor with a beautiful carriage procession followed by an afternoon reception hosted by the Queen, and an

  • Royal Palace create bio page for Meghan Markle – but it misses off important detail

    Meghan Markle – now known as the Duchess of Sussex – has now been given her own bio page on the Royal Palace website, but it misses out one very important detail. While the page mentions in great detail about her charity and humanitarian work for countless organisations, it fails to talk about her career as an actress. Instead, it simply brushes on the fact she was "filming in Toronto," while she undertook voluntary work in a soup kitchen in Canada between 2011-2013. Meghan worked on the programme, helping to ensure that "leftover meals from the set" were donated

  • No one caught Meghan Markle's royal wedding bouquet – here's why

    The throwing of the bouquet is one of the highlights of any wedding, but Meghan Markle missed out on the tradition, and for a very good reason. Several royal brides choose to keep their bouquet and have it sent to Westminster Abbey, where it is typically laid on the Grave of the Unknown Warrior. Meghan's flowers were sent to the Abbey on Sunday, the day after her wedding. The Queen Mother started the sweet tradition when she married King George VI in 1923, in memory of her brother Fergus, who was killed in 1915 at the Battle of Loos during

  • Why Pippa Middleton's one-year anniversary with James Matthews is so special

    Pippa MiddletonandJames Matthews are celebrating their one-year wedding anniversary just one day after Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's royal wedding! And their first wedding anniversary is particularly special for the loving couple, as not only did they get to relive memories of their own special day yesterday, watching Prince George and Princess Charlotteact as bridesmaid and pageboy for their Harry and Meghan, just like they did for her and James one year ago - she's also reported to be expecting her first baby. The sister of the Duchess of Cambridge wed her financer fiancé in a beautiful, low-key ceremony

  • Did you catch Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's second royal wedding kiss? See the photos

    Prince Harry and Meghan Markle delighted fans with their first kiss outside St George's Chapel as they emerged as man and wife on Saturday. Crowds were hoping they would indulge the public with a second kiss straight after – like Prince William and Kate did in 2011 – but Harry and Meghan instead made their way down the church steps for the carriage procession. A few minutes into the parade though, the newlyweds stole a second kiss as they were driven around Windsor in their horse-pulled Ascot Landau carriage. Crowds who witnessed the moment cheered in delight, as did viewers

  • Royal wedding guests were treated to goody bags – and here's what they got

    Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's royal wedding came and went in a flash, as thousands of royal fans from around the world gathered in Windsor to be part of their special day, but those lucky enough to get an invite received souvenirs to remember the occasion forever. The 2,640 members of the public who watched the wedding inside Windsor Castle's grounds were given a tote bag with a bright blue handle, emblazoned with Harry and Meghan's initials, along with the date of their nuptials and the location of their wedding – St George's Chapel, Windsor Castle. Gifts inside the

  • Kate seen with new ring to royal wedding, seemingly paying tribute to Prince Louis

    The Duchess of Cambridge stepped out in style on Saturday as she attended Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's royal wedding. For her first appearance following her son Prince Louis' birth, Kate looked gorgeous dressed in a recycled Alexander McQueen dress, which she teamed with a co-ordinating Philip Treacy fascinator, Jimmy Choo court shoes and a dazzling new accessory. On close inspection, Kate appeared to be wearing a new ring on her right hand which featured a citrine stone – which represents new life. This could well have been gifted to the mother-of-three by Prince William following the birth of their son,

  • Kate Middleton and Prince William all smiles as they return to Kensington Palace after Royal Wedding

    The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were all smiles as they returned to their home in Kensington Palace on Sunday afternoon after the excitements of the Royal Wedding weekend in Windsor. Duchess Kate looked happy and relaxed as her husband drove her through the gates of the palace in their car. Both William and Kate were wearing dark shades, perhaps hiding the tired eyes of a couple of new parents who had spent the previous evening celebrating late into the night. It was a busy weekend for two of the Cambridge children  It was a weekend of fabulous moments for the Cambridge