The Queen‘s eldest grandson, Peter Phillips, has married his Canadian bride, Autumn Kelly, at Windsor Castle.
The couple, both 30, exchanged vows in St George’s Cathedral in front of 300 guests including the Queen, the Duke of Edinburgh, the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall.
Cheers and clapping were audible outside the chapel as the newlyweds walked down the aisle. They posed briefly for pictures before heading off for their reception.
The bride wore a dress by Sassi Holford and a tiara borrowed from her new mother-in-law, the Princess Royal.
Prince Harry also attended with his girlfriend Chelsy Davy, who, according to a royal source, he introduced to his grandmother for the first time.
Among the six bridesmaids was the groom’s sister Zara, whose boyfriend, England rugby player Mike Tindall, also attended.
Harry’s brother, Prince William, was notable by his absence. He was in Kenya where his close friend Jecca Craig’s brother Batian was marrying British-born Melissa Duveen.
Sadly for the bride, showers dampened her arrival at St George’s Chapel, but the rain had begun to subside for her beaming exit from the service as Mrs Autumn Phillips.
The couple were whisked away in a horse-drawn Balmoral Sociable carriage for a reception and dance at Frogmore House, Windsor, which has been loaned to them by the Queen and Duke of Edinburgh.
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