29 April 2011
Last updated at 16:54
Billions of people around the world have been celebrating the royal wedding. Here is a selection of your photos. Send more to firstname.lastname@example.org. Thousands of people dressed up and camped overnight to make sure they got their place on The Mall, in London, England for one of the best views of the bride and groom. Photo: Adrian Hall.
And many more joined them on the day itself to soak up the atmosphere. Photo: Fred Bowman.
Fred Bowman got close enough to take this picture of the bride on her way to Westminster Abbey, London.
Chris Williams spent hours on the Mall to catch a shot of the newlyweds. Photo: Chris Williams.
Alan Woodcock: "The residents of St Anthonys Close, Inglemire Ave, Hull have arranged a street party for 24 children. There are races and games for all generations, including a bouncy castle and a royal wedding bonnet competition."
Crowds stood on anything they could to get a good view of the Royal family. Photo: Fred Bowman.
Elaine Benjam: "On the tiny island of St Helena in the South Atlantic Ocean, the children of Pilling Primary School paraded through Jamestown to celebrate their enthusiasm and heartfelt joy for the royal couple."
British expats, Christopher Cribb and Stephen Hynes celebrated the royal wedding in locally custom made attire in Da Nang City, Central Province, Vietnam. This picture was taken outside their office en route to meetings for the day. Photo: Huong.
Christa Mostler-Harrison decorated her home in Klagenfurt, Austria with Union Jack flags, she sat down to watch the wedding on television with a cup of English tea. Photo: Detlef Mostler.
Mr Antoni Bielawski, year three class teacher: "Greenacres Primary School in Oldham, England have been preparing for the wedding all this week, every class has been enthusiastically involved. Our caretaker, Mr Standring was up early decorating the playground for our own street party."
George Spurs donned his England football shirt and St George inspired wig and found a street party in Thailand where he could fly his England flags to celebrate the royal wedding.
The Holt family said they are loving the royal wedding celebrations. They have opted for a garden party in their Preston home in England.
People are being asked to sign a giant wedding card in Fitzroy Square, London, England. Photo: Tim Clegg.
Alison McLeod: "More than a thousand students, staff and local dignitaries attended a party at the British International School in Shanghai, China at the Pudong Campus to celebrate the royal wedding."
Tourists have been watching and toasting the Royal couple this morning at Sohos Secret Tea Rooms in London. Photo: Megan Taylor.
Becky Lavelle and friends in Alveston Village, Warwickshire. "Everyone is having a great time - we've got a live band, cream teas and champagne on the green to celebrate the royal wedding."
In Warrington, Cheshire, Oscar the dog turned out in patriotic style for the big day.
The Metropolitan Police help Londoners celebrate the royal wedding. Photo: Megan Taylor. Have you been celebrating the big day? Send your photos to email@example.com. For terms and conditions visit bbc.co.uk/terms.