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By Kate Whannel and Paul Gribben

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  1. The moment Prince Charles took Doria's hand

    Prince Charles reached out as the witnesses went to sign the register.

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    Video caption: Charles takes Doria's hand
  2. Meghan's gift from Princess Diana

    Meghan Markle

    It seems one ring is not enough.

    It looks as though Prince Harry has given his new wife an emerald cut aquamarine ring which belonged to his late mother, Princess Diana.

    Meghan wore the large gem, a poignant wedding gift, on her right hand as the couple headed to their evening reception.

  3. Anyone spot the registration plate number?

    Eagle-eyed readers might have been quicker than us to notice the significance of the car registration plate.

    E190518 is, of course, the date of the couple's wedding.

    Prince Harry and Meghan Markle in Jaguar
  4. The ceremony 'stood for change'

    Abigail Spencer and Priyanka Chopra, second from left, arrive at the wedding

    Meghan's close friend, Priyanka Chopra, pictured second from left, paid tribute to the couple's ceremony on Instagram because it "stood for change".

    "Every choice made at this wedding by you both will go down in history, not just because it was your wedding but because this incredible wedding stood for change and hope," the Indian actress wrote.

    "Both things that the world needs desperately.

    "Thank you for being the perfect picture of all things good. Seeing your union and love blessed in front of my eyes made me so happy and tear up!"

  5. Watch: Meghan emerges in Stella McCartney gown

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    Video caption: Royal wedding 2018: Meghan's evening dress revealed
  6. Bishop Michael Curry's rousing speech in full

    Bishop Michael Curry

    US Bishop Michael Curry stole the show with his rousing sermon at the ceremony. Here, we have his speech in full.

  7. Harry in driving seat of silver blue Jaguar E-type

    Prince Harry was in the driving seat of the silver blue Jaguar E-Type Concept Zero - originally manufactured in 1968 and converted to electric power.

    Ms Markle is wearing a lily white high-neck gown made of silk crepe designed by Stella McCartney, says Kensington Palace.

    Her shoes from Aquazurra are made in silky satin, with nude mesh, and the soles are painted baby blue.

    Meghan's hair, pulled into an up-do, has been styled by George Northwood.

  8. Picture: Harry and Meghan drive off into sunset

    Harry and Meghan

    The newlyweds give a little wave as they sweep past gathered media in an open-top classic sports car in the late evening sunshine.

  9. Harry and Meghan head to private party

    The royal couple have left for their evening reception in a classic open-top car, where they will celebrate with 200 close friends and family.

    The wedding dress and military uniform have been cast to one side.

    Tonight, Meghan is wearing a cream halter-neck dress and Harry is in black tie.

    The reception is being hosted by Prince Charles at Frogmore House, a country house near Windsor Castle.

  10. Archbishop: 'I learned from US Bishop Michael Curry'

    Michael Curry

    US Bishop Michael Curry, who delivered a passionate sermon, says it was "a real joyful thing" to bring diversity to the ceremony.

    The ceremony brought people together, he says, with "different songs, different perspectives, different worlds and all of it came together and gave God thanks".

    His sermon was praised by the Archbishop of Canterbury, who said: "I think we have a lot to learn, but you learn from all over the world and I learned from Michael this passion, this openness, this enthusiasm."

  11. The view from Dumbarton: A boost for the Scottish town?

    Locals in Dumbarton, Scotland, share their views on Prince Harry, their new earl.

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    Video caption: What does Dumbarton think about his royal title?
  12. Harry's groom speech moves guests to tears

    People shed a tear at Prince Harry's speech during the afternoon reception, says Suhani Jalota, founder of the India-based Myna Mahila charity.

    The charity, which provides affordable feminine hygiene products to women living in poverty, is among those chosen by the couple to receive donations from guests as an alternative to wedding gifts.

    The speech was lovely, she says.

    "Some people were even crying. I think it was just a very, really nice atmosphere to be in where everybody felt really loved.

    "Essentially, it was just about how Harry was as a child and growing up. And now just about the couple and how beautiful they are together."

    There was also a round of applause - in typical fashion - for Harry's first mention of his "wife".

  13. A closer look at the floral arch display

    Jane Hill

    The BBC's Jane Hill was earlier admiring the floral display over the arch at the entrance of St George's Chapel.

    As the display was dismantled, she got a closer look at the luscious green foliage and white blooms.

    "They smell so lovely. This is when television doesn't do it justice. They are absolutely beautiful."

  14. Archbishop: Vows felt like 'just the three of us'

    Archbishop Justin Welby performs the service as Meghan and Harry hold hands

    The Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, has described the wedding service as having a "most extraordinary" sense of intimacy, despite being watched by millions.

    "It did feel when doing the vows that it was just the three of us... It was very close, very personal, very intimate and very beautiful," he added.

    He also lent his support to the vows, which he called "unconventional by royal standards".

    "But it had passion and if you don't have passion at a wedding when will you have passion?" he said.