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Remember that look Prince Harry gave Meghan Markle as she walked down the aisle of St. George Chapel? You know, that cliche, emotional moment when a groom sees his beautiful bride for the first time? Ya, we weren’t crying either. And just as Markle approached her Prince at the alter, he turned to her and simply asked, “Are you ok?” (Again, no tears over here!)

Then, seeing his Princess in her gorgeous Givenchy gown by creative director Claire Waight Keller, many believe he said, “You look amazing,” as his bit his lip, choking back his tears.

you look amazing. *bites lip* pic.twitter.com/yeGpkn9qJt

— DanielléDASH GIFLord (@DanielleDASH) May 19, 2018

So sweet! So intimate! The moment was so special, Prince William blushed and looked at his feet in embarrassment. You don’t need to be a lipreader to recognize this is a picture perfect gif.

The words Harry said next, however, are a little less clear.

Is our favourite UK ginger feeling lucky?

“You look amazing. I’m so lucky” Ya’ll this is what true love looks like. SO sweet! 😍 #RoyalWedding pic.twitter.com/CzLanqGop1

— Angele Seymour (@aseemore) May 19, 2018

Did he tell Markle he’d missed her during their brief 24-hours apart?

'You look amazing, I missed you…' ❤️ #royalwedding pic.twitter.com/ABSQHrW1NV

— Grazia UK (@GraziaUK) May 19, 2018

Or, in true royal rebel fashion, did Harry toss around a naughty word in front of the world.

Huge fan of Harry saying “I’m shitting it” in front of every country in the fucking world. pic.twitter.com/nvdgjDZuSj

— Elliot Hackney (LMcK) (@ElliotHackney) May 19, 2018

Whatever those three little words were, they made Meghan Markle smile—and they made us swoon. Congrats guys, we love you! (And okay we’ll admit it, we’re still sobbing.)

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You can’t broadcast a wedding to 2 billion people, and not expect the world to meme-ify its greatest moments. With a room full of cameras and recognizable face—both old (Prince Phillip) and young (everyone else by comparison)—there were plenty of opportunities to screen grab a celeb caught off guard. May these royal wedding memes live on as long as Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s eternal love.

Louis Litt looking unimpressed

“Norma, this wedding is trash.” #royalwedding pic.twitter.com/NifNl5VSj3

— Liam Hatton (@liamhatton) May 19, 2018

When Jessica made you attend the #RoyalWedding but you’d much rather be Mudding pic.twitter.com/WVpe7OMmBH

— Amina (@_AminaAmin) May 19, 2018

Wishing it was him & Sheila up there getting married #royalwedding pic.twitter.com/GtK7WKTrs2

— Kirsty Smith (@ksmidxo) May 19, 2018

Meghan Markle giving a smug grin

Me when one of my zany schemes finally pays off: pic.twitter.com/4S2Px38qgL

— Joe (@justsaynotojoe) May 19, 2018

The look you give your haters after you become royalty.#SaturdayMotivation #MeghanMarkle 💁 #RoyalWedding pic.twitter.com/mLDmfYe1IX

— nicki 🤓 (@nickiknowsnada) May 19, 2018

Princess Charlotte waving very enthusiastically

Waving to all my haters…#PrincessCharlotte #RoyalWedding pic.twitter.com/aySaswf8js

— Maria Spiteri (@Mariaspiteri00) May 19, 2018

Princess Charlotte waving is my mood for the rest of the day. #RoyalWedding pic.twitter.com/LvMVLwQ4jk

— kaye (@kayeisme) May 19, 2018

The Mulroney boy looking SO excited

I don’t want to alarm anyone, but she appears to be moments away from being mauled by a child vampire. pic.twitter.com/JOB0leeL49

— Mikey Smith (@mikeysmith) May 19, 2018

Same bro. Absolutely same. pic.twitter.com/fvyL6jddwu

— Mark Di Stefano 🤙🏻 (@MarkDiStef) May 19, 2018

Page boy Mulroney is stoked! #RoyalWedding pic.twitter.com/j30AW8WHnJ

— Meghan Maven (@MeghanMaven) May 19, 2018

Chelsea Davy, Harry’s ex, throwing looks

When you missed out on your chance to be Harry’s wife #harryandmegan #royalwedding #chelseadavy #exgirlfriend #almostaprincess #regret #RoyalWedding2018 pic.twitter.com/5gKSlJA188

— Lifeplasty (@lifeplasty) May 19, 2018

The #ChelseaDavy meme of s the best thing to come from the #RoyalWedding pic.twitter.com/UkN5a0f0oJ

— Icculus The Brave (@FirenzeMike) May 19, 2018

Elton John reacting to Bishop Curry’s sermon

No one was ready for #RevCurry this morning, not even Elton John. pic.twitter.com/zc49kyA8Xg

— Alex James (@alex840) May 19, 2018

https://twitter.com/FirenzeMike/status/997847763248472064

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Along with the arrival of Oprah, the unveiling of the dress and Prince Harry’s reaction to seeing Meghan Markle walk down the aisle, the floral details designed by Philippa Craddock were a highlight of the royal wedding.

Photography via Danny Lawson/AFP/Getty Images

Beautiful blooms transformed St. George’s Chapel and the sentimental details behind the royal wedding flowers will make you swoon. White peonies, Meghan’s favourite flowers, were paired with white garden roses, which were selected to pay homage to Harry’s mother Princess Diana.

Photography via Danny Lawson/AFP/Getty Images

Lush greenery not only framed the chapel entrance, it also acted as a stunning backdrop for the couple’s vows giving Windsor Castle the feel of a wild English garden.

Photography via Danny Lawson/AFP/Getty Images

Meghan’s white bouquet was as understated as her now-famous gown but, though minimal, the arrangement was filled with meaning. It included Princess Diana’s favourite flowers, forget-me-nots, alongside jasmine, sweet pea, lily of the valley, astilbe, astrantia and myrtle, which is a royal tradition. The particular myrtle included in Meghan’s bouquet came from the gardens at Osborne House on the Isle of Wight, from a plant which was planted by Queen Victoria in 1845. Queen Elizabeth had the same myrtle included in her wedding bouquet, as did Kate Middleton.

Photography via Danny Lawson/AFP/Getty Images

On top of all this, Harry hand-picked some of the blooms in the bouquet! He selected them from the couple’s private garden at their home at Kensington Palace and gave them to Philippa Craddock to include in Meghan’s arrangement.

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It wasn’t a stand out sister or grumpy flower girl who stole the royal wedding spotlight this morning. In an unexpected twist, Bishop Michael Curry of Chicago became the person everyone was frantically typing into their Google search bars as they tuned in to watch Meghan Markle and Prince Harry tie the knot.

Markle is, of course, one of the first mixed-race members of the monarchy—and the royal wedding didn’t shy away from celebrating the significance of her heritage. With power and passion, Bishop Curry addressed the history of slavery and quoted Martin Luther King. And, in a break from the stiff pomp and pageantry, he made references to Instagram and cracked light hearted jokes. A modern sermon, for our modern couple.

“When you are loved and you know it, when you love and you show it, it actually feels right, there’s something right about it,” he preached. “And there’s a reason for it, we were made by a power of love and our lives are meant to be lived in that love. That’s why we are here.” Pointing to Harry and Meghan, he then said: “Two young people fell in love and we all showed up.”

Not everyone in the pews was expecting such an energetic, moving performance in the St. George Chapel this morning. Their reactions? Priceless. We’d like to formally welcome the royal family into 2018.

Elton John's face here says it all #RoyalWedding pic.twitter.com/BU0xknIiqv

— Garry: Big Brother Radio (@GJ69) May 19, 2018

All of the INCREDIBLE reactions to Rev Bishop Michael Curry #RoyalWedding pic.twitter.com/UgOnshtZKL

— Sophie Hall (@SophLouiseHall) May 19, 2018

When David Beckam is under Bishop Michael’s charm. #RoyalWedding pic.twitter.com/SGbP4tHUFy

— Em (@Olicityibelieve) May 19, 2018

When you are new to this type of

“ preaching “ #royalwedding pic.twitter.com/qBj8yiffBS

— CECE🌷 (@guyanesee) May 19, 2018

Cannot get enough of British guests' reactions to the American bishop's address. pic.twitter.com/QzCic0xEx6

— Jess Brammar (@jessbrammar) May 19, 2018

Watching the royals watch American Bishop Michael Curry has become an unexpected highlight of this #RoyalWedding. This man is fantastic. pic.twitter.com/U8w3vWOyoV

— Brad Galli (@BradGalli) May 19, 2018

https://twitter.com/YAWednesdays/status/997801438733619200

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No longer a “commoner” as the English commentators were calling her today (ugh, so rude), Meghan Markle is now officially a royal with the title Duchess of Sussex and crossed over to that world this morning wearing a swept up chignon. The man responsible is French-born, New York based-hairstylist Serge Normant, known for being the consistent mane man for Julia Roberts and Sarah Jessica Parker. The style was centre parted, there was a looseness above her ears and it was topped off with Queen Mary’s diamond bandeau tiara, on loan from the Queen (does this count as her something borrowed?), which was made in 1932.

Markle’s longtime makeup artist Daniel Martin, whom she first met in 2011 at a television industry gathering when she starred on Suits had the honours of doing her face. Martin, who works with both Dior and Honest Beauty in the US where he is based, kept her freckles showing through, and paired it with slightly smoky eyes, defined brows, false lashes and an understated pale pink lip. She looked like herself, and it was every bit as modern as the touches she brought to the ceremony.

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Meghan Markle’s propensity for wearing Canadian designers has been well-documented, and brands like Sentaler, Birks and Mackage have all benefitted from a sprinkling of the legendary Markle Sparkle. For this, we have her best friend, stylist and “secret wedding planner,” Jessica Mulroney to thank.

Photography by Jane Barlow /Getty

As one of the royal wedding’s most visible guests – her young children, Ivy, 4 and twins Brian and John, 7, all served as attendants in the wedding – all eyes were on Mulroney, who chose a form-fitting dress by Montreal designer Di Carlo Couture for her appearance. She matched her dress, a particularly apt shade of royal blue, with a pair of sapphire earrings from Birks.

Markle and Mulroney have been best friends since 2011, when Markle relocated to Toronto to film the legal drama Suits. The now Duke and Duchess of Sussex once camped out at Mulroney’s stately Moore Park home when Markle’s house was swarmed with paparazzi after news that she was dating the Prince first broke.

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Meghan Markle is “rather like a magician in the way she finds the delicate balance between remaining true to her own sense of style while honouring the elements expected of a royal wedding,” says historian and curator Alexandra Kim.

Kim currently works as acting curator at the City of Toronto, but spent four years in a similar role at Kensington Palace, which makes her a rare expert on royal ceremonial dress.

While thoroughly modern Meghan and Harry have frequently displayed their penchant for breaking royal rules — No fruitcake at the wedding! No pantyhose in the engagement photos! — “They’re not there to upend every royal tradition, they just want to add their own stamp on it,” Kim says.

Photography by Jane Barlow – WPA Pool/Getty

It was speculated that Markle might break with tradition by not wearing a tiara, but she ended up selecting the Queen Mary’s Diamond Bandeau tiara, which Kim suggests Markle selected for its art deco, unfussy elements – well, about as unfussy as a tiara can be. As for the dress? “Her [choice of wedding dress] is bold but simple, and yes, it conforms to all those things you’d expect from royal wedding dress.”

Though the dress followed plenty of royal protocol including long sleeves and covered-up cleavage, Kim does acknowledge that it does not resemble any royal wedding dress worn to date. “The lack of ornamentation has echoes of Princess Margaret’s royal wedding dress, but that had a very different skirt and neckline. In the way Margaret’s dress had drama in its simplicity, that’s what you’re getting here.”

Photo by Fox Photos/Getty

Clare Waight Keller as dress designer was a total curveball choice. “She’s very British, British-born and British-trained, and yet she’s gone on to head up this big French fashion house [Givenchy], which is a surprise for the British royal wedding.” Kim notes that Givenchy is most frequently associated with another famous actress: Audrey Hepburn, and “the similarities between Meghan and Audrey that makes them a very suitable choice.”

Perhaps the most striking element of Meghan’s appearance was how natural it all felt. “She looks so comfortable, not somebody who is feeling nervous or anxious at all, ” remarks Kim. “She just looks at home in the dress and the new life she’s heading into.”

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Surely you’re well aware that Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s royal wedding took place this morning. The world finally got to see the much-anticipated wedding dress, which ended up being a classic look by Givenchy’s Clare Waight Keller.

Photography by Andrew Matthews – WPA Pool/Getty

As I looked upon the dress with her long (and stunning) veil, I couldn’t help but have a minor feeling of deja vu. We’ve all heard the comparison of Meghan and the classic Cinderella story. A “regular,” American girl is swept off her feet by the world’s most eligible Prince. But this analogy can go further since Meghan actually looks  like Cinderella on her wedding day.

Photography via YouTube 

Between the steps of the chapel, the billowing veil and the modest neckline Meghan is serving up some serious happily-ever-after vibes. Congratulations to our real-life Cinderella and Prince Charming. Make sure to check out all the looks (both beauty and fashion) from the royal wedding! 2.0

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Surely you’re well aware that Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s royal wedding took place this morning. The world finally got to see the much-anticipated wedding dress, which ended up being a classic look by Givenchy’s Clare Waight Keller.

Photography by Andrew Matthews – WPA Pool/Getty

As I looked upon the dress with her long (and stunning) veil, I couldn’t help but have a minor feeling of deja vu. We’ve all heard the comparison of Meghan and the classic Cinderella story. A “regular,” American girl is swept off her feet by the world’s most eligible Prince. But this analogy can go further since Meghan actually looks  like Cinderella on her wedding day.

Photography via YouTube 

Between the steps of the chapel, the billowing veil and the modest neckline Meghan is serving up some serious happily-ever-after vibes. Congratulations to our real-life Cinderella and Prince Charming. Make sure to check out all the looks (both beauty and fashion) from the royal wedding! 2.0

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Meghan Markle opted for stunning simplicity with the Clare Waight Keller-designed dress she decided to walk down the aisle in for her royal wedding to Prince Harry. Though she is British, Waight Keller is the artistic director of the French house of Givenchy, and is notable as the first-ever female artistic director in Givenchy’s history.

Anticipation over the bride’s dress had been steadily building for weeks and reached fever pitch yesterday when Page Six reported that Meghan Markle, now the Duchess of Sussex, had chosen Stella McCartney to dress her on her big day. Waight Keller had not been on any of the bookie’s favourite lists up until now, yet the dress the world has been waiting for certainly did not disappoint.

Rather than going the frilly, tiered wedding cake route, Markle’s dress was a classic, long-sleeved affair featuring a wide boat neck that just barely exposed the bride’s shoulders, a relatively short train and — gasp — no lace to behold. The veil of the dress is particularly significant – Waight Keller designed it to feature the distinctive flora of all 53 Commonwealth countries, because as Kensington Palace says, the bride had wanted to include all of the Commonwealth with her on her wedding day.

The sober minimalism of the gown meshes well with Markle’s royal style we’ve seen so far: confident and bold, defined by clean, architectural lines.

Photography by Jonathan Brady – WPA Pool/Getty

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