- Queen's granddaughter Princess Eugenie, 28, married tequila brand ambassador Jack Brooksbank, 30, today
- Exchanged their vows at St George's Chapel in front of congregation of celebrities, royals and VIP guests
- Crowds lined the streets of Windsor in the afternoon to see the newlyweds go past on carriage procession
- Eugenie, who is ninth in line to the throne, drew smaller crowd than Prince Harry, who is sixth in line to throns
The carriage was pulled by four Windsor Grey horses: Plymouth, Milford Haven, Tyrone and Storm. There will be two outriders: Claudia and Sir Basil.
The Duke of York said his daughter's wedding has more guests than Harry and Meghan's because she has so many friends.
Speaking about Harry and Meghan's hugely successful wedding, he said: 'It will not be the same as the previous one that was held in May. It's not a public wedding. This is meant to be a family wedding.'
He also told ITV that the Queen was certain about holding the nuptials at Windsor.
In a pre-recorded interview with Ruth Langsford and Eamonn Holmes, the father of the bride said that he was 'not intimately involved in the planning'.
He said: 'All the approval goes through the Queen anyway. It was what I was told, where it was going to take place. The Queen very firmly said: 'No, St George's is where you are going to have the wedding.'
'So I said: 'Aye, aye ma'am', turn to the right, salute and carry on.'
He added: 'There will be a few more people than most people have. There are a few more than Harry had. But that's just the nature of Eugenie and Jack.
'They have got so many friends that they need a church of that size to fit them all in.'
Eugenie, 28, told Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford from ITV's This Morning show, which screened the ceremony live, that her 'humble and generous' husband-to-be had the ability to 'make everyone feel so special'.
A royal fan eager to see Eugenie arrived in Windsor today, expecting large crowds to start gathering earlier in the week. Kerry Evans, 54, from Lincolnshire, has been in the crowds of well wishers at the past two royal weddings.
She said: 'I wanted to be part of the wedding and the traditions because it's all part of being being British. I thought there would be lots of people arriving but there aren't, I've been waiting and waiting.'
Dressed from head to toe in the Union Jack flag, including wearing a watch Doc Marten boots and socks bearing the national flag, Joseph Afrane, 54, from Battersea, south west London, said: 'I'm here for a great occasion.
'I'm originally from Ghana in West Africa but I've lived here for 24 years so as someone from a country within the Commonwealth I have a inbuilt love of the royal family.
'They're doing a great job for Britain and for the world. For good causes everywhere and they boost trade and tourism.
'The atmosphere is great. Everyone is happy. A royal event never fails to wow the crowds. I make it to all the royal events, even in the rain, and the weather never dampens the atmosphere.
'I can't wait to see them. I've got replies from The Queen, Prince Phillip and Harry and Meghan from when I've written to them previously. I'm a super fan!'
Wearing a handmade blue sequin, tailed suit and a white ruffled shirt with Union Jack flags, pensioner David Weeks, 77, from Petersfield, Hampshire, said: 'I'm a royalist. I always have been. I come to all the royal events.
'I think a royal wedding is a fantastic day out that brings everyone together. I love to see the royal family enjoying themselves. And I have fun too. The atmosphere here is out if this world. I can't wait!'
Wearing matching Union Jack onesies and with specially made bottles of royal wedding fizz, Tina Howe, 41, and Steph Higgins, 42, from Manchester, arrived last night for a front row view on the royal wedding.
Standing outside the Windsor Castle entrance, Tina said: 'I'm proud to be British, I love the royals and I came to be part of the country's biggest street party today.'
Steph said: 'It's just such a fantastic atmosphere. We've gone all out with the outfits and a weekend mapped out in London. I thought, why not just go for it?'
Tina added: 'I'm really looking forward to seeing the bride and what she's wearing. She's quite into her fashion so I'm excited about what dress choice she's going to make.'
Steph added: 'I think she's going to go for a fishtail and bling option. Can't wait!'
Wearing a Union Jack suit and clutching flowers for the happy couple, Terry Hutt, 83, from Somerset, slept in a chair on the streets last night for a good viewing spot, said: 'I came to see The Queen, Fergie and the whole royal family.
'I've been to loads of royal occasions. I've lost count on how many I've been to. I'm an old soldier from the paratroopers. I survived The Blitz so sleeping on the streets is nothing for me.
'This was just sleeping outside for one night. But I must admit that I'm happy to see the sun shining.'
'She's a princess of this country so that must be quite hard to see another wedding in the same year.'
Royal super-fan John Loughney, from London, said he was happy to be there to share the day with Princess Eugenie.
The 63-year-old has been in the crowds for the last two royal weddings and was also outside the hospital for the births of Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis.
He said: 'There's only two people who will be truly proud today and that's (Princess Eugenie's) mother and father. They'll be ever so proud to see their daughter married.'
'Myself and all the royal fans wish them a very happy marriage.'
Mr Loughney arrived yesterday afternoon to bag a prime position from which to see the wedding procession.
Mother of the bride Sarah, Duchess of York - who spent years as an outcast from the royal family following her split from Andrew, also took centre stage for the high profile royal occasion.
Her former father-in-law Philip is said to have never forgiven 'Fergie' for the scandal she caused when she was caught in the infamous 'toe-sucking' incident, having her feet kissed by financial adviser John Bryan in 1992.
The couple's Order of Service revealed that Jack will not be wearing a ring and Eugenie will not promise to obey her husband. Italian singer-songwriter Andrea Bocelli will perform Bach's Ave Maria.
She said: 'I was at the West Steps of the Chapel, so I was really close to all the royals.
'It was amazing. Although a bit blowy outside, bless them.
'The flowers were amazing, with Chinese lanterns, lots of oranges and pinks. She looked really lovely, stunning. I got a picture of their first kiss. And him arriving with his best man.
'They both looked really happy.'
Stars at the nuptials included former Take That singer Robbie Williams and his wife and fellow X Factor judge Ayda Field, whose six-year-old daughter Theodora is one of the bridesmaids.
Prince George and Princess Charlotte also played a starring role among the young helpers, along with Zara and Mike Tindall's spirited four-year-old Mia and Peter and Autumn Phillips' daughters Savannah and Isla.
Maud Windsor, who is Eugenie's goddaughter and the daughter of Lord Frederick Windsor and his actress wife Sophie Winkleman, was also a bridesmaid.
George was joined by fellow page boy Louis de Givenchy - the six-year-old son of JP Morgan banking executive Olivier de Givenchy and his wife Zoe.
Jack works as a drinks executive for Casamigos tequila, which was founded by Clooney and Crawford's husband Rande Gerber.
Crowds of more than 100,000 lined the streets for the duke and American former actress' big day in May.
Criticism has already been levied at the estimated £2million security bill, which falls to the taxpayer, for Eugenie's wedding.
The policing costs will have been increased by the 1km (0.6-mile) carriage ride the couple will make through the town after the ceremony.
But Eugenie, who is not a working royal, and Jack will not head up the Long Walk like Harry and Meghan, but took a shorter route back to the castle.