>> After an unconventional day, the newly minted Duke and Duchess of Sussex set off for what promises to be an unconventional royal life together. The couple spent the night at Windsor Castle, after an evening celebration with 200 close friends and family. But, perhaps characteristically, there will be no honeymoon just yet.
>> I make.>> Harry and Meghan were married Saturday in a celemony that blended very British tradition with a new African American vitality.
And they'll be hitting the ground running as a royal couple. On Tuesday comes their first official engagement, side by side, as man and wife, a royal garden party at Buckingham Palace.>> Father, Son and Holy Spirit, amen. American Episcopalian bishop, Michael Curry, who made such an impact with his address, sees an important future ahead for the couple, who both already devote large amounts of their time to charity work and social causes.
>> They're going to have an impact long after I've flown back to the US. They're gonna have an impact through their lives and their life together that's gonna make a difference in this world. I have a funny feeling, I really do, that the royal couple were kind of a symbol or an icon through which we could see What it might look like if we actually loved each other?
>> That was the message on show for the millions of people around the world watching the wedding live on TV. And the tens of thousands who descended on Windsor, some partying late into the night>> Why not celebrate? I mean in the past couple of years, it's been quite tough for the UK, that's had a lot of horrific incidents.
So, I think now is the time to get back to normality in respect to enjoy everything. And it is very important for everyone to come together and have bit of positivity.