Meghan Markle and Prince Harry married at a gorgeous Royal Wedding at St George’s Chapel in Windsor on May 19, 2018
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s wedding really was a day to remember.
It was romantic and moving with an incredible guest list as royalty mixed with celebrity for the celebrations.
The emotional ceremony inside Windsor’s St George’s Chapel was followed by a formal lunch hosted by the Queen and a glamorous reception at Frogmore House.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are today celebrating their first anniversary, just two weeks after becoming parents to their little boy Archie Harrison.
To celebrate their first year of marriage, we’ve looked back at some of the best moments from their special day – including some you may have forgotten.
What Meghan and Harry whispered to each other
When the couple first met on their wedding day, Harry whispered: “Are you ok? You look amazing,” to which Meghan replied: “Thank you”
She then said something to Harry to which Harry replied “absolutely” before saying “I missed you”.
When they left the chapel and posed on the steps Meghan asked Harry: “Do we kiss now?”
Meghan walked herself down the aisle, but Prince Charles stepped in for the final part
There was a lot of drama in the lead up to the wedding surround Meghan’s dad.
In the end he pulled out for medical reasons, meaning there was nobody to walk her down the aisle with just days to go.
But Meghan decided to walk down the first part of the aisle on her own, making a powerful statement.
Her father-in-law to be joined her for the final stretch of the walk.
Charles and Meghan are reportedly very close, and spend lots of time together when the royals go away on holidays.
Princess Charlotte nailing the Royal Wave
Princess Charlotte is great at wooing the crowds and her Uncle Harry’s wedding was no exception.
The Princess stole the show when she went to see her newborn baby brother as she waved to photographers and the assembled crowd.
David Beckham laughing – and Victoria not
David couldn’t hold back a smile during the Royal Wedding address by Bishop Michael Curry.
But Victoria looked less than impressed as she failed to raise a smile for the nuptials.
Meghan’s mum crying
Meghan’s mum Doria Ragland accompanied her in the car to the wedding, but Prince Charles walked her down the aisle.
Meghan’s mum was tearful throughout the service, especially when she saw Meghan arrive at the altar.
The 63-year-old failed to hold back tears as her daughter became a fairytale princess.
The Pageboys carrying the veil
Meghan had ten pageboys and bridesmaids and they did a sterling job during the wedding.
Twin boys Brian and John Mulroney Mulroney, who were seven at the time, did a great job of carrying Meghan’s huge train.
The boys are the kids of Meghan’s best friend Jessica, and their sister Ivy was a bridesmaid
Meghan and Harry’s first dance was to Whitney Houston
The royal couple chose the Whitney Houston classic I Wanna Dance With Somebody as their first dance at the wedding bash. Rather than a traditional dance, they asked guests to join them on the dance floor.
One of the 200 guests said: “It wasn’t traditional in the slightest. They went into a bit of a jive and a lindy hop.”
Meghan had revealed back in 2016 that she saw the tune as her “happy song”.
The Royal family struggled to keep it together during the Bishop’s unconventional sermon.
Zara Phillips reaction was particularly hilarious, with her incredible side-eye.
The Choir singing stand by me
The Choir singing Stand By Me was a real highlight of the wedding, with the crowd outside the chapel joining in the singing.
The Kingdom Choir led by Karen Gibson performed “Stand By Me” – the 1961 classic by Ben E. King.
The choir’s rendition caused goosebumps and was a modern addition to the Royal Wedding.
The Kingdom Choir have seen huge success since the wedding day, with a top selling album and a planned tour.
Meghan’s second dress
The bride changed out of her Givenchy wedding dress, which was designed by Clare Waight Keller, for a more glamorous number for the evening celebrations.
Her second dress was a white halterneck Stella McCartney gown made from silk crepe.
She teamed it with Aquarazza shoes, made in silky satin, with nude mesh and soles painted in baby blue
She also wore Princess Diana’s aquamarine ring, a sweet tribute to the mother-in-law she never got to meet.