Groom Jack Brooksbank welcomes beautiful bride Princess Eugenie as she arrives for their Windsor Castle wedding in a low-backed gown, no veil and a tiara borrowed from the Queen

Princess Eugenie has arrived to marry her fiance Jack Brooksbank as British royals and aristocrats flooded into  St George's Chapel with the mother of the bride also taking centre stage.
Sarah Ferguson, the Duchess of York, was cheered wildly as she pulled up to the church with her eldest child Beatrice to see her first born walk down the aisle by her ex-husband Prince Andrew.
Wearing a backless dress showing the scars from a back operation aged 12, she grabbed her father's arm as they walked up the steps.
Inside the church the husband-to-be Jack looked nervous as he waited for his bride to arrive and then he grinned widely and said: 'You look perfect'.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle arrived at a side door with his older brother William and his wife Kate, whose children George and Charlotte have been given starring roles in the service. 
The Queen led the royal family at her granddaughter's wedding at St George's Chapel today along with her 97-year-old husband Prince Philip, who remains in good health. 
100,000 people had packed Windsor to catch a glimpse of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex - but five months on the streets were more sparsely filled for Eugenie and Jack's blustery big day.

A-list royalty including Naomi Campbell, Liv Tyler, Demi Moore, Robbie Williams, Ellie Goulding, James Blunt and Kate Moss are among the 850-strong congregation.
Eugenie and Jack have invited 150 more people than Harry and Meghan and her father Andrew said today this was because they 'have so many friends'. 
But Prince Charles attended alone, with Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, being the only major royal missing the event, due to an engagement in Scotland.