Tears streaming down my face.
British designer Clare Waight Keller of Givenchy created it.
Meghan and Harry put just the right decorative touches on their wedding venue.
So! Many! Fascinators!
Third time's the charm?
200 Amalfi lemons, 500 organic eggs...
She's wearing one straight from the Queen's vault!
Oh, you don't have a custom Givenchy gown waiting for you back at your palace?
It was designed by Alexander McQueen (one of Kate's favorite fashion labels).
She has very specific taste.
And how it compares to her sister-in-law Kate Middleton's.
They're allowed to be a little less buttoned-up than William and Kate.
They went for a much more simple approach.
They both made stunning brides.
Clare Waight Keller of Givenchy designed the boatneck style gown.
She made her way to the altar solo before being greeted by Prince Charles.
I'm not crying, you're crying.
She was the first one to see Meghan in her dress!
Our bets were originally on the Strathmore Rose, but Meghan went in a completely different direction!
They're each other's best men, after all.
Prince Charles specifically chose not to include his ex-sister-in-law.
We can already tells she looks stunning!
She wore a a floral print green dress by The Fold.
The royals have a very strict protocol about her title.
Unable to recall what life was like before I watched "God's Plan."
They both look incredible.
No, there won't be anymore tapes.