Prince William and Kate Middleton are husband and wife

Prince William and Kate Middleton after their marriage

Prince William and Kate Middleton married in Westminster Abbey on Friday in front of 1,900 guests.

Thousands of well-wishers lined the London streets to watch the procession to and from the Abbey, and millions more watched on TV around the world.

There was a nervous moment when the prince struggled to get the ring onto his bride's finger, but they got there in the end!

They'll now be known as the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.

See pictures of the royal wedding day From Westminster Abbey they travelled by open carriage through London to Buckingham Palace for the reception and further celebrations.

After some private time in the palace, the Royal Family came out on to the balcony where William and Kate shared a kiss, causing a big cheer from the massive crowd!

Royal Air Force planes, including Spitfire fighters and a Lancaster bomber from World War II, staged an impressive fly-past over Buckingham Palace.

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