Pippa Middleton got married to fiance James Matthews on May 20 at St Mark's Church in Englefield, Berkshire. The wedding, which was said to be the society wedding of the year, was attended by about 130 guests, including Princess Eugenie, Roger Federer and his wife Mirka, and Donna Air.
Pippa walked down the aisle shortly after 11.30 am wearing a Giles Deacon dress.
Kate and husband Prince William were in attendance, along with their children Prince George and Princess Charlotte.
The bridesmaids were Countess Philippa Hoyos, Lily French, Avia Horner and Princess Charlotte of Cambridge, and the pageboys were Casimir Tatos, Edward Sebire, William Ward and Prince George.
The newlyweds will now travel to Middleton's family home in Bucklebury for a reception.
Pippa's wedding dress:
Giles Deacon was quoted as saying by The Telegraph that it was a pleasure to work with Pippa.
I was thrilled to work with Pippa on her wedding dress. The dress is constructed with a cap sleeve, high neckline and features a corseted bodice with draping to the front and a heart-shaped detail at the back. The bespoke silk cotton lace was hand appliqued to create an illusion of the dress having 'no seams'. The lace bodice is embroidered with pearl detailing over an organza and tulle underskirt, which has payer upon layer to enable a floor sweeping movement. It's a privilege to show the craftsmanship that my team produces in London and a real testament to Pippa's support of British fashion.
Pippa got engaged to Matthews last year after dating for about a year. Pippa and Matthews have been friends for years and they were romantically involved briefly in 2012. Matthews proposed to Middleton with an octagonal ring featuring a three-carat Asscher-cut diamond.
Last year, Pippa opened up about her relationship with Matthews, saying why they work well as a pair is partly because of their similar interests.
"I think James and I have the same spirit," Pippa was quoted as saying by Mail Online. "We are both competitive. We have had many adventures together. We have a lot in common and that helps. I don't think it would work with a couch potato."