After saying "I do", Princess Eugenie and Jack stepped onto the steps of St George's chapel where they waved to the crowds.
Eugenie and Jack’s wedding carriage procession will be made in the Scottish State Coach, a carriage with a roof rather than opened topped, as rain and strong winds were forecast for the wedding day, Buckingham Palace has said.
The carriage will be pulled by four Windsor Grey horses – Plymouth, Milford Haven, Tyrone and Storm – the same horses that pulled the carriage the Duke and Duchess of Sussex travelled in for their wedding day carriage procession.
Windsor Grey horses play an important role in the ceremonial life of the royal family and the nation, and have been drawing the carriages of successive monarchs and members of the monarchy since Queen Victoria’s reign.
WHO's royal reporter Phil Boucher tells us that Aussie James Summerhayes, Jan Summerhayes, Tracey Hunt and James Hunt all made their way to the UK for the big day.
Jan Summerhayes tells us, "We came over from Melbourne especially for the wedding. We flew in on Monday: from Melbourne to Perth and then straight to London."
Adding, "You can't get this in Australia and we love the royals. We just wish that we could see Fergie! It would be nice if she came out. There's a few less people here than we thought, but it doesn't matter because we're here flying the flag for Australia."
Tracey admitted, "We like Eugenie and Fergie and Beatrice. Fergie is more our age - we grew up with Fergie."
Adding, "We're just going to cheer, and say congratulations."