Prince Harry made his arrival alongside brother Prince William -- sporting a beard! Many speculated the royal would show up for his big day with a freshly shaved face, but alas, he opted for a trim. And he looks good.
Queen Elizabeth's Chartreuse Number
Queen Elizabeth II, 92, wanted to make sure she made her presence known at the royal wedding by wearing a striking chartreuse number. Accompanying Elizabeth was Prince Charles, who will be walking Meghan down the aisle.
Meghan's Givenchy Gown
Meghan stepped out in an all-white, boat-neck Givenchy gown, designed by British designer Clare Waight Keller. Her hair was pulled back in a low, messy bun. She looked regal AF.
When Harry lifted Meghan's veil (which was 16 feet long), he whispered to her, "You look amazing. I'm so lucky." Be still our hearts.
Meghan's veil was held in place by Queen Mary's diamond bandeau tiara, lent to Meghan by The Queen. The diamond bandeau is English and was made in 1932, with the entre brooch dating from 1893.
Bishop Michael Curry of Chicago
According to royal protocol, addresses given at royal weddings are customarily given by senior members of the Church of England, but not this time! Bishop Michael Curry of Chicago, the head of the Episcopal Church, presided over Harry and Meghan's nuptials.
'Stand By Me'
After Bishop Michael Curry gave a powerful sermon, Karen Gibson and The Kingdom Choir sang a stunning gospel rendition of the 1961 Ben E. King classic, "Stand By Me."
The Archbishop of Canterbury led Harry and Meghan's vows.
Kate Middleton, who married William in 2011, looked on as her brother-in-law gushed over his bride.
Elton John, who's set to perform at the reception, sported pink lenses for the couple's big day.
Aaaaaaaaaand, we're sobbing.
Meghan managed to bring a helluva lot of black culture to the royal wedding, and we're here for it. Between Bishop Michael Curry, Karen Gibson and The Kingdom Choir, the song choices and the cellist, the new Duchess of Sussex made history.