Meghan Markle and Prince Harry of England tied the knot at St. George’s Chapel in Windsor Castle, in Berkshire, England on Saturday as the world watched. Upon their marriage, Queen Elizabeth II said the two would be known as The Duke and Duchess of Sussex going forward. It was a dramatic event, full of pomp and circumstance. Above, look through a series of photos chronicling the big day.
There were many memorable moments and breaks with tradition, including a sermon on the power of love delivered by Bishop Michael Curry, the head of the Episcopal Church in the United States, that resonated with social media users — not to mention the Archbishop of Canterbury.
And Women in the World founder Tina Brown was in England providing expert analysis for CBS News. Below, see all of her tweets from her perch overlooking the royal nuptials. As Brown pointed out, many may have assumed that the choice to feature The Kingdom Choir, which performed a rousing rendition of “Stand By Me,” was a choice made by Meghan and Harry. Instead, as Brown noted, it was rumored that Prince Charles was behind the idea to bring the choir, from Southeast London, into the celebration — he’s a big fan of gospel music.
And at the bottom, watch a video replay of the entire event.