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Meghan has left for her evening wedding reception in a dazzling second dress.
The 36-year-old Duchess of Sussex is wearing a bespoke lily white high neck gown made of silk crepe, designed by Stella McCartney.
She is also wearing shoes from Aquazurra made in silky satin, with nude mess and soles painted baby blue.
Her hair has been styled by George Northwood.
Party-loving Prince Harry has reportedly requested a Tiki-themed bar for the couple’s wild carnival and festival-themed ‘afterparty’ at Frogmore House, in the grounds of Windsor Castle.
Guests will reportedly be welcomed by a steel band before feasting on South African wagyu beef and quaffing iced beers, champagne and ice luges filled with vodka, in a throwback to Mahiki – the groom’s favourite London nightclub.
Prince Charles will host the private evening for Harry and Meghan’s “inner circle”.
And he is expected to pick up the tab for the 200-strong party.
For the ceremony at St George’s Chapel, Meghan wore an elegant, simple, pure white gown designed by Clare Waight Keller for Givenchy, with three quarter length sleeves and open bateau neckline.
Meghan’s delicate veil was five metres long and made from silk tulle, with a trim of hand-embroidered flowers in silk threads and organza.
Two of her pageboys carried the ends as she made her way up the steps of the chapel to meet her prince.
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Meghan’s hair was styled in an up do and she wore the glittering Queen Mary’s Diamond Bandeau tiara, loaned to her by the Queen.
Harry told his bride “you look amazing, I missed you”, to which Meghan replied “thank you” as they met at the altar.
Guests were said to be moved to tears as the Prince of Wales and newly-married Harry gave speeches at a lunchtime reception in Windsor Castle’s St George’s Hall.
Harry was applauded as he referred to Meghan as his wife, just a short time after the couple were wed.
The evening reception, hosted by the Prince of Wales, will be a private affair, allowing the guests to relax and celebrate with the happy couple.
The closest friends of the newlywed will undoubtedly be among those in attendance.
Frogmore House, a 17th century English country house, stands in the home park of Windsor Castle and is part of the Crown Estate.
It is only open to individuals on three days of the year.
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