One year has passed since Meghan Markle and Prince Harry were married in a fairytale wedding that captivated hundreds of millions of people around the globe.
The royal couple became husband and wife in the historic surrounds of St George’s Chapel in Windsor Castle on May 19, 2018.
The Queen, Prince Philip, Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie, Zara Tindall and a host of other royals were in attendance for the glittering ceremony.
Windsor was bathed in sunshine as 100,000 people including celebrity guests such as David Beckham, Elton John and Oprah Winfrey gathered in the town to celebrate.
In the gallery above, the Standard has compiled some of the more candid shots from the day that you may not have seen to mark the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's first wedding anniversary.
One of the images is an aerial shot of the newly titled Duke and Duchess of Sussex as they rode through the streets of Windsor in a horse-drawn carriage greeting thousands of well-wishers.
Another shows the Duchess of Cambridge smiling and laughing in the car with Prince William and her eldest son Prince George as they left St George’s Chapel after the ceremony.
Pictures shot from above inside the chapel show Meghan and Harry gazing into each other’s eyes as they lead the procession of page boys and bridesmaids outside following the service.
Three-year-old Princess Charlotte, who is known for charming the crowds, was photographed sticking her tongue out as she gazed out of the window of one of the wedding cars.
Meghan's youngest bridesmaid Zalie Warren, 2, turned and posed for a photographer as she arrived at Windsor Castle for her flower girl duties.
Celebrity guest George Clooney was photographed laughing and joking with a uniformed police officer on his way into the chapel with his wife Amal.
And a picture of best man Prince William and Harry shows them laughing together as the brothers share a private joke while they wait for Meghan to arrive at Windsor Castle.
Some 2,640 members of the public were welcomed into the grounds of Windsor Castle to watch events unfold while thousands of well-wishers lined the streets for eagerly-anticipated occasion.
Prince Harry and Prince William later took their place in St George's Chapel, sitting on chairs at the top of the altar as the groom looked visibly nervous beside his best man.
On her entrance to the chapel, Meghan stunned a global audience in an elegant Givenchy dress designed by Brit Clare Waight Keller.
She walked herself up the steps to the chapel – with help from her two pageboys – before being greeted by Prince Charles who walked her down the aisle.
As they met at the altar, Harry told his wife-to-be “You look amazing, just gorgeous”, and the couple beamed at one another in front of a 600-strong audience.
The couple then shared a kiss on the steps of the chapel before being whisked away in a horse-drawn carriage for a procession in front of adoring fans.