The world watched as Prince Harry and Meghan Markle said "I do" on 19 May 2018.
The couple tied the knot in St George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle before welcoming a baby boy, Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor, one year later on 6 May.
Though the couple has had a rather tumultuous start to the year after making the unprecedented decision to exit the royal firm and live a more independent life, they’ve got a lot to celebrate this month.
After watching Archie laugh and smile with his mom on his birthday as they read together, we looked at pictures of the youngest royal’s first 365 days around the sun.
Now, to celebrate Harry and Meghan’s two-year anniversary, we thought we’d look back at some of our favourite moments from the royal wedding that had 11.5 million people glued to their screens.
(HARRY AND HIS BEST MAN: George's Chapel where they smiled at the crowds of people. Photo: Getty Images.)
(MEGHAN’S ARRIVAL: Meghan arrived with her mom and made an unforgettable ascension up the chapel stairs with her stunning Givenchy dress and veil, which was embroidered with flowers representing the countries of the Commonwealth, the California poppy to honour Meghan's hometown where the couple is currently staying, and wintersweet, a flower that grows at Kensington Palace, which was once home to Princess Diana. Photo: Getty Images. )
(SAYING 'I DO': The couple said I do in front of their family and friends but not before Prince Harry snuck his bride-to-be a compliment. "You look amazing - I'm so lucky," he said. Photo: Getty Images.)
(THE DUKE AND DUCHESS OF SUSSEX: After the procession, Harry and Meghan make their debut as husband and wife, soon to be known as The Duke and Duchess of Sussex. Photo: Getty Images.)
(THE PRINCE KISSES HIS WIFE: Harry and Meghan share a kiss on the Chapel stairs. Photo: Getty Images.)
(FIRST CARRIAGE RIDE AS HUSBAND AND WIFE: Harry and Meghan wave from the Ascot Landau Carriage during their first carriage procession as husband and wife. Photo: Getty Images.)
(THE AFTER PARTY: Harry and Meghan leave to attend an evening reception at Frogmore House, hosted by the Prince of Wales. Frogmore Cottage later became their home until they relocated to Los Angeles. Photo: Getty Images.)
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