Just after 11:30 a.m. local time, Pippa Middleton and her father, Michael, arrived at St. Mark's Church in Bucklebury for her wedding to financier James Matthews.
As she emerged from the vintage car that drove them from the Middleton's home, Pippa revealed her gown, a custom-made piece by British designer Giles Deacon.
Kensington Palace released a statement detailing the gown, as well as the custom-made "tiara" designed by the Middletons' preferred jeweler, Robinson Pelham. The veil was made by Stephen Jones, and the shoes, Manolo Blahnik.
Prince George and Princess Charlotte were among page boys and flower girls who waited at the door of the church for the bride.
Pippa and Catherine's mom, Carole, with their younger brother, James.
In keeping with the wedding's color scheme (white and dusty rose), the Duchess of Cambridge chose a pink Alexander McQueen dress with a Jane Taylor fascinator as she corralled the kids:
Photographers captured Catherine tending to Pippa's veil, a moment reminiscent of Pippa's role as bridesmaid at the royal wedding six years ago.
Pippa and James, 41, exchanged vows in front of 150 guests, including Prince Harry, the Duke of Cambridge, Roger Federer, Princess Eugenie and British TV presenter Donna Air (who is dating Pippa's younger brother, James) were also in attendance.
The future king gives his subjects a wave:
The reception will take place at the Middleton's house, where a glass tent has been erected for the occasion.
James and Pippa dated in 2012 before splitting up. She went on to date Nico Jackson, but rekindled her romance with James in the summer of 2015.
The Duchess of Cambridge hushing the youths.
George and Charlotte with their nanny, Maria.