" At precisely 11.20 today Prince William and Kate Middleton were pronounced husband and wife in a ceremony watched by two billion people worldwide.
As the couple were married, a huge cheer erupted across London. One million spectators lined the procession route from the Abbey to Buckingham Palace or watched on giant screens in Trafalgar Square and Hyde Park.
Millions more held street parties across the country and on TV, making it a record global audience.
William, in the red tunic of the Irish Guards, and Harry, in the navy of the Blues and Royals, arrived at 10.20 am, saluting the officers lining the route during the journey. Spectators outside at Clarence House chanted "We want Will, We want Will" moments before the Bentley emerged. Miss Middleton set off with her father Michael from Goring Hotel at 10.51am. The 1978 Rolls-Royce had been fitted with a glass rear roof to allow the crowds to see her dress.
And the bride war McQueen. From the first glimpse of antique lace as she entered the car, we knew we were in the presence of a wedding dress that wouldn't disappoint. And it didn't. managing to be both understated and elegant, a peerless blend of tradition and modernity."
These are just little bits from a newspaper, that I picked up from a shop on the way home. I still can't stop thinking about the wedding. It was absolutely magical! I have to admit, that while watching the ceremony on TV I cried several times!
I am so charmed by this whole atmosphere. Everyone looked incredibly beautiful, all the guests, not to mention the bride, and of course, the handsome groom!
William and Kate are truly the perfect couple, who set example of elegance and romance, example of a modern fairytale!
This day, is definitely one of the biggest days of new history of England.
I'm speechless... absolutely amazing, breathtaking! Makes me feel so proud of British!
Best of luck and many happy years to the new Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, King and Queen of England to be.