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>> The kiss the world's been waiting for. Prince Harry and Meghan Markle now husband and wife in a marriage of royal tradition and Hollywood glamour. For many watching around the world, this was the fairy tale wedding they wanted.>> All that I am, I give to you.
>> Of a bride and groom, they hope will recast the thousand year old monarchy for the 21st century>> As a sign of our marriage.>> Markle, a television star, is a divorcee of mixed African-American heritage. And she's now also a duchess, after Queen Elizabeth bestowed the title Duke of Sussex on her grandson hours before the ceremony.
There was no shortage of traditional pomp on display in Windsor on Saturday, but Markle didn't vow to obey her husband. And Harry, unlike other top male royals, will wear a wedding ring. And it may have been a British royal wedding, but it came with a distinctly American flavor.
In particular, this address by a Episcopalian Bishop Michael Curry.>> We must discover love. The redemptive power of love. And when we do that, we will make of this old world a new world.>> Even if they agreed with the sentiment, it was met with bemusement by some of the wedding party.
And then the choir sang Stand By Me. It was heir to the throne, Prince Charles, who gave her away after her own father pulled out from ill health. Prince William, Harry's older brother, served as best man. His two older children, Prince George and Princess Charlotte, leading the numerous page girls and boys up the aisle.
Among the star studded congregation, Oprah Winfrey, footballer David Beckham and his wife Victoria, and George and Amal Clooney. And this was the hotly anticipated first glimpse of the dress, designed by British designer Clare Waight Keller, created at Givenchy.>> For everyone, waiting in Windsor from 6:00 AM, camping overnight, and for many watching across the world, this is the exciting moment.
It's the moment they've been waiting months to see, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle passing now through the street to go on a 25 minute carriage procession.>> After the vows a reward for tens of thousands of spectators with a procession around the historic town of Windsor, a spectacle some have camped out for for days to see.