Pippa Middleton married James Matthews this morning at an intimate ceremony at St Mark's church in Englefield, West London.
Pippa Middleton wedding dress
The bride arrived with father Michael in a 1951 Jaguar Mk V car, wearing a custom-made Giles Deacon gown with cut-out back detail and floral lace embroidery, as was widely speculated prior to the nuptials.
Prince George gave big waves upon his arrival to the church
Pippa Middleton, James Matthews and guests
The real stars of the show however were definitely her nephew and niece, Prince George and Princess Charlotte, who were the bridesmaid and pageboy.
Pippa Middleton wedding reception
Other members of the royal family were of course in attendance, including the Duchess of Cambridge, who wore a peach dress with matching fascinator.
Prince George stole the show as his page boy, in an adorable outfit. His little sister Princess Charlotte was the prettiest flower girl in a white dress and a flower headband.
The Duchess of Cambridge with the Prince and Princess
Pippa Middleton engagement ring
The Duke of Cambridge and Prince Harry were also photographed arriving, as was James Middleton, who escorted his mother Carole. Princess Eugenie also attended with her boyfriend Jack Brooksbank.
Prince Harry's girlfriend, Suits actress Meghan Markle was expected to attend the ceremony but was nowhere to be seen. However, it is believed that she attended the evening's reception, and that Prince Harry made a 100 mile trip to pick her up.
Spencer Matthews, the reality star brother of the groom, also waved to the cameras. Other celebrities on the guest list included Roger Federer and Donna Air.
Pippa Middleton title
Pippa Middleton's husband James Matthews will inherit the title Laird of Glen Affric and so Pippa acquire her own aristocratic title of Lady Glen Affric.
Pippa Middleton's honeymoon
The happy couple spent their honeymoon in the island of Tetiaroa in the South Pacific - the same place attended by Barack and Michelle Obama in March 2017.
Congratulations to the happy couple!