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In pictures: Royal wedding
The Prince of Wales and Camilla leave the Windsor Guildhall
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Prince Charles and Camilla have wed in a civil ceremony at Windsor Guildhall. Camilla will now be known as HRH the Duchess of Cornwall.
John Bull, from Birmingham, opposite the Guildhall in Windsor
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Royal fan John Bull, from Birmingham, joined thousands of people waiting to catch a glimpse of the royal couple.
Princes Harry and William
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Princes Harry and William attended the wedding. The Queen had already announced she would not be present at the civil ceremony.
The couple's children
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Tom Parker Bowles and his sister Laura chatted to Harry and William.
Camilla and the Queen
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Despite being absent from the wedding, the Queen attended the blessing in St George's Chapel.
Zara Phillips
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Zara Phillips also joined the Royal family for the event.
Prince Charles and Camilla
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Charles and Camilla leave arm in arm following the 45 minute service of prayer and dedication in St George's Chapel. The blessing was followed by a reception at Windsor Castle.
The Royal Family
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Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, with her new in-laws after the service of blessing.
Joanna Lumley
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Joanna Lumley was one of many celebrities to attend the blessing following the wedding. Other personalities included Richard E Grant, Jools Holland, Sir David Frost and Prime Minister Tony Blair with his wife Cherie.
Prince Charles and Camilla with crowds
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The Prince of Wales and the new Duchess of Cornwall greeted well wishers outside St George's Chapel
The Bentley taking the royal couple from Windsor Castle
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Princes William and Harry decorated the Bentley which drove the newly-weds to start their honeymoon. They had penned "Prince + Duchess" and "Just Married".
Prince Charles and Camilla
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The prince and duchess were welcomed by crowds when they attended a church service on the first day of their honeymoon in Scotland.

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