The wedding finally over and the grandson married off, Queen Elizabeth finally relaxes and has a drink. (Philip Brown/Reuters)
Kate’s dress choice was arguably the most discussed topic leading up to Friday’s wedding. In the end, the newly crowned Duchess of Cambridge chose a dress designed by Sarah Burton, the creative director for legendary British fashion house, Alexander McQueen. The Post created a special photo gallery featuring several images of the princess’ chosen wardrobe.
Other photo galleries also feature behind-the-scene images of celebrity guests arriving, the Royal procession, and more. And if your appetite for Royal fashion has not been filled, style editor Nathalie Atkinson and others weigh in on the guests and the dress.
A royal summary
Follow the Post’s own Kathryn Blaze Carlson’s overview of Friday’s big day. From the very basics such as the bride and groom’s wardrobe to opinions from a local reverend on Kate’s refusal to “obey” her husband, find everything you might have missed about the couples’ big day.
Weeks of safety precautions ensure wedding goes off without a hitch
It wasn’t all fun and games with the wedding, though, and British police arrested 18 people Friday morning on the streets of London. In total, more than 5,000 police officers were on hand to control the massive crowds that flocked to the event.
On another more serious note, Friday’s wedding also paid tribute to the groom’s late mother, Princess Diana. From the sapphire and diamond-encrusted engagement ring to one of the wedding hymns, it was evident that Prince William wanted to include the memory of his mother in his special day.
Live feed archive
Along with the online team, several other bloggers and reporters were up commenting on the wedding. Scroll through a recap of our live blog feed, which contains commentary, analysis and photos from Friday’s fairy tale wedding.