The star-studded wedding of Prince William and Catherine Middleton was held on the blessed Friday of 2011 at the Westminster Abbey London, England.
They had been seeing each other since 2003 with their love proving well and are now happily married.
Further dwelling into the details John Hall, Dean of Westminster presided at the service, Rowan Williams, the Archbishop of Canterbury conducted the marriage while the Bishop of London known as Richard Chartres preached the sermon and a reading was given in by the bride's brother James.
At the ceremony, Prince Harry appeared as the best man for the now heir to the throne and Kate's sister Pipa was the maid in honour.
Therefore, the wedlock was not a full state occasion and many of the preps were left to prep to decide such as finalization of the guest list.
It itself attracted a lot of media attention, being compared in many ways to the marriage of William's parents, Diana and Charles and featured many ceremonial aspects such as the use of state carriages and roles for the Foot Guards and Household Cavalry.
Over 5000 street parties took place throughout the United Kingdom and one million people lined the route between Westminster Abbey and the Buckingham Palace with around 10 million views all around the world and 72 million livestreams on YouTube.