On Friday the world witnessed a real-life fairy tale as Kate exchanged rings with her Prince.
Kate looked absolutely stunning as she stepped out of her car in an Alexander McQueen dress designed by Sarah Burton. The intricate lace appliqué bodice and sleeves of Kate's dress mirror those on icon Grace Kelly's dress. Her veil was held in place by a Cartier Tiara, lent to her by the Queen.
After a beautiful ceremony the couple left Westminster Abbey as the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.
Kate had a lovely evening gown, also designed by Sarah Burton, which she wore with a cute bolero jacket.
The Guests Fashion: Hit or Miss?
HIT: Maid of Honour Pippa Middleton looked radiant in a beautiful Alexander McQueen dress, again designed by Sarah Burton that showed of her gorgeous figure. HIT: The Prime Minister's wife Samantha Cameron caused quite a stir when she arrived with out a hat, good thing she was wearing this lovely Burberry dress, and good on her for supporting the good British high street in Aldo heels!
HIT: Mother-of-the-bride Carole Middleton chose a lovely sky-blue crepe coatdress by Catherine Walker. Very flattering and beautiful! HIT: Queen Elizabeth chose an outfit perfect for the Spring occasion in an Angela Kelly lemon-sorbet coloured dress. HIT: Camilla the Duchess of Cornwall wore an Anna Valentine outfit, (the same designer who designed her wedding dress when she married Prince Charles), perfect choice. HIT: Soul singer Joss Stone swapped her usual bare-foot hippy look for a more ladylike choice, although I could've done with out all the matchy accessories HIT: Lady Sophie Windsor wore a cocktail dress and coat by Giorgio Armani Prive, with exaggerated shoulders and graphic hat, she looked fashionable and beautiful.
MISS: Tara Palmer-Tomkinson looked a bit much in a very blue ensemble and a weird boat-like hat. MISS: Prince Harry's on/off girlfriend Chelsey Davy has been known to have a bit of a wild streak, and she didn't disappoint, her Alberta Ferretti outfit was too tight (tight satin is never flattering!) and too short for royal wedding standards. HIT: The petite Princess Letizia of Spain judged her outfit perfectly: a pale pink bandage dress by Felipe Varela and a charming hat.