Actor Meghan Markle married Prince Harry, sixth in line to the British throne, at St George’s chapel at Windsor Castle on Saturday. The Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby conducted the ceremony. The couple’s royal titles will be Duke and Duchess of Sussex.

Markle arrived at the chapel with her mother Doria Ragland, reported The Telegraph. She walked up the nave – the central part of the church – of the St George’s chapel on her own. She was then accompanied by Prince Charles, Harry’s father, as her father could not attend the ceremony.

Michael Curry, the first black presiding bishop of the Episcopal church in the United States, gave an address titled ‘Power of Love’, reported The Guardian. He opened his speech with the words of civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr.

Google celebrated the royal wedding with a doodle created by Vrinda V Zaveri, showing the newlyweds greeting well-wishers.

Prince Harry and Megan Markle during their wedding ceremony at St George's Chapel
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II and Britain's Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh (R) during the wedding ceremony (AFP)
Actor Megan Markle enters St George's Chapel, Windsor Castle (AFP)
Actor Megan Markle arrives at Windsor Castle for her wedding ceremony (AFP)
Britain's Prince Harry (left), Duke of Sussex, arrives with his best man Prince William, Duke of Cambridge at St George's Chapel in Windsor Castle (AFP)

Around 600 guests have been invited to the wedding, and 200 to the reception. More than 2,000 members of the public have been invited to watch the arrival and departure of the carriage procession at Windsor Castle. A host of celebrities including Priyanka Chopra, Oprah Winfrey, George and Amal Clooney, and David Beckham attended the ceremony.

British lawyer Amal Clooney (left) and United States actor George Clooney arrive at the venue (AFP)
US tennis player Serena Williams and her husband Alexis Ohanian at the wedding venue (AFP)
Well-wishers participate in a mock wedding reception with Prince Harry and Meghan Markle impersonators in the United Kingdom (AFP)