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The scene inside Westminster Abbey in London as Princess Anne weds Captain Mark Phillips.
Princess Elizabeth and the Duke of Edinburgh with their eight bridesmaids in the Throne Room at Buckingham Palace.
Princess Anne and Captain Mark Phillips leaving the west door of Westminster Abbey in London after their wedding ceremony.
Prince Edward and Sophie Rhys-Jones wave to the crowd following their wedding in St Georges Chapel, Windsor Castle. Buckingham Palace announced before the wedding that the the couple would in future be known as the Earl and Countess of Wessex.
Prince Albert, Duke of York and Lady Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon (the Queen Mother) Wedding - London The Duke and Duchess of York leaving Buckingham Palace for their honeymoon, part of which is to be spent at Polesden Lacey, Surrey.
The Princess of Wales in her bridal gown at Buckingham Palace after her marriage to Prince Charles at St. Paul's Cathedral.
Princess Margaret and Anthony Armstrong-Jones Wedding - London
Prince Edward & Sophie Rhys-Jones Marriage - St George's Chapel, Windsor Castle - Prince Edward (centre), the youngest son of Britain's Queen Elizabeth II, and his brother's the Prince of Wales (left) and the Duke of York, walk through Windsor Castle to St George's Chapel where Edward married Sophie Rhys-Jones.
Princess Elizabeth and The Duke of Edinburgh Wedding - Westminster Abbey A Panoramic view as the crowds gather to watch the royal wedding.
Peter Phillips, the eldest grandson of Queen Elizabeth II and Canadian Autumn Kelly leave St. George's Chapel in Windsor, England, after their marriage ceremony, May 2008.
Hundreds of thousands lined the streets to see H.R.H Princess Elizabeth drive to Westminster Abbey for her marriage to the newly created H.R.H the Duke of Edinburgh.
The newly married Prince and Princess of Wales (formerly Lady Diana Spencer) kiss on the balcony of Buckingham Palace after their wedding ceremony at St. Paul's cathedral.
The Prince of Wales and his bride Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall leave St George's Chapel in Windsor, following the church blessing of their civil wedding ceremony.
Peter Phillips, the eldest grandson of Queen Elizabeth II and Canadian Autumn Kelly leave St. George's Chapel in Windsor, England, after their marriage ceremony, 17 May 2008.
Coach returns to Buckingham Palace from The Mall after the wedding of Princess Margaret to the Earl of Snowdon at Westminster Abbey.
Clarence House official photo of the Prince of Wales and his new bride Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, with their families (L-R back row Prince Harry, Prince William, Tom and Laura Parker Bowles (L-R front row) Duke of Edinburgh, Britain's Queen Elizabeth II and Camilla's father Major Bruce Shand, in the White Drawing Room at Windsor Castle.
Members of Britains royal family leave the St George's Chapel in Windsor after attending the marriage ceromany of Mr Peter Phillips and Miss Autumn Kelly.
Lady Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon (later Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother) leaving her Bruton Street home, London, before marrying the Duke of York (later King George VI) at Westminster Abbey.
Prince Andrew kisses his bride Sarah Ferguson on the balcony of Buckingham Palace on their wedding day.
The Duke and Duchess of York on their way to Buckingham Palace after their wedding at Westminster Abbey.
Duke and Duchess of York Wedding - on the balcony of Buckingham Palace.
Earl Spencer leads his daughter, Lady Diana Spencer, down the aisle in St Paul's Cathedral, for her wedding to the Prince of Wales.
Prince Edward, his wife Sophie Rhys- Jones and her pageboys and bridesmaids (from left) Felix Sowerbutts, Harry Warburton, Camilla Hadden and Olivia Taylor, leave St. George's Chapel in Windsor after the marriage of the Prince and Miss Rhys- Jones.
Princess Elizabeth and the Duke of Edinburgh in procession to the west door of Westminster Abbey, London after their wedding.
The Duke and Duchess of York on the balcony of Buckingham Palace after their wedding at Westminster Abbey.
Princess Anne and captain Mark Phillips on the balcony of Buckingham Palace on their wedding day.
Princess Alexandra in her wedding dress, March 1863.
A general view of Princess Margaret's wedding to the Earl of Snowdon at Westminster Abbey, May 1960.
Clarence House official photo of the Prince of Wales and his new bride Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall in the White Drawing Room at Windsor Castle, April 2005.
The bridegroom, the Duke of York (later King George VI) leaving Buckingham Palace by carriage for Westminster Abbey in London, before the royal wedding to Lady Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon (later the Queen Mother)
Prince Edward and Sophie Rhys Jones, the new Earl and Countess of Wessex on their wedding day in Windsor on June 19, 1999.
Wedding group of Mr Peter Phillips and Miss Autumn at Frogmore House (seated left to right front row) The Duke of Edinburgh, Queen Elizabeth II, Mrs Ivy Kelly, Mrs Edith McCarthy, (standing left to right) Capt. Mark Phillips, The Princess Royal, Mr Peter Philips, Mrs Peter Philips, Mrs Kity Kelly, Mr Brian Kelly.
Edward, Prince of Wales (later King Edward VII), and his bride, Princess Alexandra of Denmark, after their wedding.
The Bride and Groom after the wedding ceremony, at Buckingham Palace, London. Prince Andrew, 26, married Miss Sarah Ferguson at Westminster Abbey. The Queen created her second son and new daughter in law 'the Duke and Duchess of York', according to tradition.
The bride, Princess Elizabeth and groom, the newly created Duke of Edinburgh on the balcony of Buckingham Palace after they were married in a ceremony at Westminster Abbey.
Princess Patricia of Connaught, driving from Westminster Abbey, with her husband Commander Alexander Ramsay, after the ceremony, February 1919.
Princess Margaret and Anthony Armstrong-Jones at Buckingham Palace after their marriage ceremony at Westminster Abbey in London.
The Royal Family on the balcony of Buckingham Palace to celebrate the wedding of Princess Mary, the Princess Royal and George, Lord Lascelles. Left to right: King George V, Princess Mary, Lord Lascelles, Queen Alexandra and Queen Mary.