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A Photographic History Of Royal Weddings

Fairytale settings, enchanting wedding dresses and star-studded guest lists, we look back at some of the most iconic royal weddings throughout history.

March 1863 - King Edward VII gets married to Princess Alexandra of Denmark at St. George’s Chapel in Windsor.

April 1923 – Lady Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon and King George VI get married at the famous Westminster Abbey in London.

November 1947 – Queen Elizabeth II gets married to the Duke of Edinburgh at Westminster Abbey in London.

April 1956 – Prince Rainier III and Grace Kelly tie the knot in Monaco.

May 1960 – Princess Margaret weds Antony Armstrong-Jones at Westminster Abbey in London.

November 1973 – Princess Anne and Captain Mark Phillips get married at Westminster Abbey in London.

July 1981 – Prince Charles and Lady Diana Spencer get married at St. Paul’s Cathedral in London.

July 1986 – The Duke of York and Sarah Ferguson tie the knot in Westminster Abbey in London.

June 1999 – Prince Edward and Sophie Rhys-Jones marry in St. George’s Chapel in Windsor.

April 2005 - The Prince of Wales marries for the second time to Camilla Parker Bowles at Windsor Guildhall, Windsor.

April 2011 - Prince William marries Kate Middleton at Westminster Abbey.

June 2013 - Princess Madeleine of Sweden gets married to Christopher O'Neill.

May 2018 - Prince Harry and Meghan Markle get married at Windsor Castle.