Pippa Middleton and James Matthews tie the knot as Prince George and Princess Charlotte act as page boy and flower girl
Dubbed the 'wedding of the year'
It was dubbed the 'wedding of the year' by many and the highly anticipated occasion seems to have gone off without a hitch.
The sister-in-law of Britain's Prince William Pippa Middleton married hedge fund manager James Matthews in a lavish affair that was sealed off from the public eye.
The couple exchanged vows at 11.30am at the pretty St. Mark's Church in Englefield, where niece and nephew Princess Charlotte and Prince George acted as flower girl and page boy.
Bride Pippa stunned in a bespoke Giles Deacon dress which she teamed with a Stephen Jones veil, a Maidenhair Fern tiara, and Manolo Blahnik ivory satin shoes.
Among the guests packing into the small Berkshire church were Roger Federer and his wife Mirka, Price Harry and of course the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.
Pippa and James have spent the past week preparing for all eyes to be on them as they tied the knot in a ceremony on front of at least 100 guests - including two potential future British Kings - before they head to the Middleton family home for a Scottish-themed reception.
A huge glass marquee was erected in the Bucklebury home of the Middletons in the days leading up to the big day, which was joined by a giant structure containing plush portable loos and a second fabric marquee as the weather took a turn for the worst.
They may have been missing from the run-through yesterday, but niece and nephew Charlotte and George seemed to be on their best behaviour, despite concerns by their mother Kate about their potential conduct on the important day.
At the Buckingham Palace's first garden party of the season, Britain's Duchess of Cambridge reportedly told a visitor she was "really looking forward" to the wedding but added that "you never know" what her children might do.
The visitor revealed that Kate said she was "hopeful that they would be good" but said "you never know at that age."
All eyes were on guests too of course, with many hoping for a glimpse of potential future fiancée of Britain's Prince Harry Meghan Markle, who flew over from the US to attend the high profile nuptials.
The couple and their guests will return to the Middleton family home where a Scottish-themed reception will await.
It has been reported that Pippa and James will have haggis canapes served to guests on arrival, and lamb as a dinner option. They will also provide some local Scottish whisky.
The Scottish theme came as a confusing one to many, however the groom's Scottish ties are important to the two as they are known to spend quality time at the Matthews family home in the highlands.
The groom is heir to the title of Laird of Glen Affric, making Pippa the heir to the title of Lady of Glen Affric.
The groom's brother Spencer Matthews - a reality TV star who has hit the headlines in the past for his love life - was seen arriving for the rehearsal in a tweed jacket.