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Meghan Markle had a chance to practice her royal wave as she and her husband toured Windsor following their wedding

It is thought around 120,000 people are in Windsor today to cheer on the newly-wedded couple after their wedding

The couple delighted the assembled crowds by sharing a kiss as the carriage pulled along the packed streets of Windsor

An aerial shot shows the massive crowds which lined the Long Walk east of Windsor Castle for the procession

The Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead estimated just over 100,000 fans watched the procession along the route

Prince Harry and his new bride Meghan Markle toured a jubilant Windsor today following the wedding ceremony

Meghan looked touched by the massive turn-out for the occasion, with huge crowds cheering the couple around Windsor

The newly-wedded couple toured a packed Windsor following their eagerly-anticipated wedding this afternoon

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  • Royal fans pictured leaning out of windows and standing on roofs as the procession made its way down Windsor’s high street

    As the carriage pulled away from the gates and back into Windsor Castle, Harry could be seen saying he could use a drink 

    As the carriage pulled away from the crowds into the gated grounds of Windsor Castle, Meghan seemed to be in awe of the scenes, lifting her hand to her chest and saying ‘wow’. 

    Fans cheered as the couple were brought down Castle Hill, through the crowded town centre and then back to Windsor Castle along the Long Walk, escorted by a colourful travelling Escort of the Household Cavalry Mounted Regiment.

    Some have been camped out near the castle walls for days, while others arrived as early as 4am to secure a good spot. 

    After the carriage travelled past, one royal fan, Rachael Carter-Eagleton said: ‘She looked amazing. She shone like a diamond.’

    The Queen lent the couple her refurbished Landau carriage, which was built for Queen Victoria, which normally carries the monarch to Royal Ascot. 

    The ceremony was played through loudspeakers hanging on the side of Windsor Castle, so the crowds gathered on the streets outside can hear but not see proceedings.

    During the service, a crowd in Horseshoe Cloister shouted a resounding ‘We will’ as the Archbishop of Canterbury posed the question inside St George’s Chapel as to whether the families and friends of Prince Harry and Meghan would support them in their marriage.

    The Castle provided a spectacular backdrop for the procession, which includes soldiers from the Household Cavalry

    Here they come! The couple chose to travel in an Ascot Landau Carriage for their wedding procession. The Ascot Landaus are the name of five open-topped carriages kept by the Royal Mews 

    After the nerves of the wedding service, Meghan looked relaxed and happy as the carriage passed through Windsor

    The couple looked amazed at the incredible level of support the received from the public as the pulled away from the castle

    Prince Harry and his bride Meghan Markle waved to crowds outside Windsor Castle after they were married today

    Meghan is preparing for the life of a royal, with plans to be part of foreign visits planned by Prince Harry in the coming months

    An aerial shot shows Meghan’s huge dress wrapped around the bride, as she holds her new husband’s gloved hand

    Crowds ten or twenty deep lined Windsor’s famous Long Walk as the couple’s carriage made its way back to the castle

    Windsor Castle provided a resplendent backdrop as the couple’s carriage and mounted soldiers returned for the reception

    The mid-morning sun beat down on thousands of wellwishers, including some who had slept on the street overnight to bag the best spots, amid a sea of red, white and blue flags, T-shirts and bunting.

    Outside The Windsor Castle pub, which is along the procession route, there were women in feather boas and veils as though they were on a hen night and many others who were sporting paper crowns or fancy fascinators.

    A random ‘three cheers for the royal couple’ rang out as assistant pub manager Shauna Carabini, 22, described the atmosphere as ‘quite infectious’.

    She said: ‘There have been people sleeping on the streets who have come from all over the world.

    ‘It is a very British kind of celebration – none of us know either of the people getting married but we are all invited to celebrate, smile and have fun.

    ‘The weather helps and I have never seen Windsor looking so lovely and with so many police around I have never felt so safe.’ 

    Security was obvious, with scanners on entry, large sections of the centre cordoned off and uniformed officers everywhere.

    Huge cheers filled the air as the newly-wedded couple made the long trip down Windsor’s Long Walk

    The Duke and Duchess of Sussex were greeted with cheering and whoops from well-wishers lining the path

    Perfect day: The skies above Windsor are cloudless and powder blue as thousands line the path towards Windsor Castle 

    There has been a carnival atmosphere in Windsor this week as the Berkshire town became the centre of the world’s attention

    There were joyous scenes on the Long Walk and the newly-named Duke and Duchess of Sussex past the crowds

    A Union Jack flag is waved by a member of the crowd as the couple pass along The Long Walk leading to Windsor Castle

    The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh waved to crowds outside the chapel as they left in their Rolls-Royce Phantom VI

    Happy families: Kate and William share a joke as their four-year-old son Prince George looks out to the crowds 

    Royal superfan Margaret Tyler, 72, whose home in Wembley, north London, is full of royal memorabilia, joined the crowds in Windsor with her friend of 40 years David Jones, 82.

    Ms Tyler said: ‘I had to come because it is such a special day,’ and that Meghan Markle was ‘already well on her way’ to being a good member of the royal family.

    Mr Jones said: ‘I will be having tea and crumpets to celebrate later.’

    Debbie Hoover, 50, with her 21-year-old twin daughters Camille and Ashlyn, of Amarillo, Texas, made the wedding the main reason for their holiday. They slept outside overnight.

    Mrs Hoover, who was sporting an eye-catching fascinator in the shape of a swan ‘because the Queen owns swans’, said: ‘Every girl wants to become a princess but in America you can’t – now it seems that you can. They make such a sweet couple. It is just so cool to actually be here.’

    Ashlyn Hoover added: ‘Meghan is just following her heart with what she thinks is right. It is a true love story.’

    Tony Appleton, who bills himself as a town crier complete with his ceremonial outfit, said: ‘I am so excited for Harry. I think at last he has found someone to tame him down. I am happy he has found this lovely American beauty.’

    Houses overlooking the procession route have been rented out for thousands to fans desperate to see the royal couple

    Women in ‘I want to marry Harry’ t-shirts were among the thousands lining the procession route for a view of the royals

     Royal fans react as they watch the wedding of Prince Harry to Meghan Markle in the streets of Windsor today

    Well-wishers in one cafe put up signs praising the couple and paying tribute to Harry’s late mother Diana

    Huge crowds draped in Union Jacks and Stars and Stripes are lining the route of the procession to watch the royal couple

    Wellwishers have travelled from around the world to watch the couple’s procession after they were married today

    Thousands of people from around Britain and all over the world have descended on Windsor 

    The crowd reacts as Meghan Markle’s car makes its way down The Long Walk ahead of the ceremony

    Fans from Britain and America have travelled to the small Berkshire town to be part of the huge event 

    Huge crowds waving union flags have been there since the early hours or longer as they welcome the couple into married life

    Royal enthusiasts pictured on the Long Walk ahead of the royal wedding wearing Union Jack flags and a Queen’s Guard outfit  

    There was a carnival atmosphere on Windsor’s Long Walk this morning after many fans camped out to have a good view



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