Best looks from royals and guests at Pippa Middleton's wedding

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Pippa Middleton said "I do" to her billionaire boyfriend James Matthews this past weekend at their glamorous wedding which has been called the "society event of the year."

The newlywed bride who became known as the world's most famous bridesmaid arrived at her own wedding in a classic lace gown by Giles Deacon and a tulle veil embellished with pearls. 

Read more: Wedding dress looks that will give you Pippa Middleton vibes

But you're probably also wondering what the highly esteemed guests at the Middleton-Matthews wedding wore?

Here are some of the best looks:

The Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton, in an understated, yet perfect-for-the-occasion satin dress.

Carole and James Middleton (mother and brother of the bride) channeling noble chic as they arrived together.

Wimbledon champion, Roger Federer with his wife, Mirka slaaaying in gold.

Princess Eugenie of York showing the world how to wear black to a wedding.

Lady Gabriella Windsor in a chiffon dress and a matching boucle jacket. Elegance personified.

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Serena Hood of British Vogue was a crowd favourite in this blue, vintage style maxi dress and comfly-looking gold block heels.

UK designer Tabitha Webb in one of her own creations, giving a new classy meaning to "peacocking".

And it looks like florals and eccentric fascinators were the style alert of the day.

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