29 April 2011
Last updated at 15:43
Kate Middleton, the new Duchess of Cambridge, smiles at the crowds lining the streets in London, and clutches a bouquet of lily of the valley as she and her father are driven to Westminster Abbey in front of a worldwide audience of 2 billion.
Crowds in Cardiff pause to catch a glimpse of Prince William's new wife being accompanied down the aisle at Westminster Abbey. The ceremony was transmitted live via a big screen in the Hayes in the city centre.
Ryan Williams, three, from Bryngwran, Anglesey, was out enjoying the attractions at the Mona showground and even got the chance to sit on top of a rodeo cow model
Prince William's godson Tom Pettifer (far right), from Crickhowell, Powys, joins the newly-weds on the balcony at Buckingham Palace. Tom is the son of William and Harry's former nanny Tiggy Legge-Bourke.
Revellers do a lap of honour in Sandfields, Swansea, ahead of street parties to celebrate the royal occasion.
Households from Sleet Street in the Sandfields area of Swansea united and put tables together for a long-stretching street party, resplendent with bunting, flags and multi-coloured balloons. Picture from Athena.
Patriotic facepaint and flags were the must-have uniform of the day as demonstrated by Jemma, 14, and Jay, 11 in Swansea. Picture from Athena.
Passengers on a passing open-top bus in Swansea join in the festivities with flags waved aloft. Picture from Athena.
Two party-goers in Sleet Street in Swansea get into the party spirit, with face paint and even a T-shirt paying tongue in cheek homage to the Queen. Picture from Athena.
The proceedings in Castle Square in Swansea had a more relaxed feel, as spectators relaxed in deck-chairs beneath bunting, and watched the royal screening in the sunshine.
Liam, 6 , has his face painted at celebrations on Comet Street, Adamstown
Conor, Kian, Lewis and Ella preparing to start their party on Comet Street, Cardiff
Phil Williams and Claire Hill show off their festively themed nail varnish in Severn Grove, Cardiff
Ben, 8, and his sister Sophie, 4, enjoying a street party in Pontcanna, Cardiff
Faris and Dayan, both 9, at a party also attended by Charlotte Church
Welsh gymnast Jessica Hogg, 15, with her sister Charlotte, 20 and cousin Lucy Matthews, 18