1 of 12 Prince Charles and Camilla have wed in a civil ceremony at Windsor Guildhall. Camilla will now be known as HRH the Duchess of Cornwall.
2 of 12 Royal fan John Bull, from Birmingham, joined thousands of people waiting to catch a glimpse of the royal couple.
3 of 12 Princes Harry and William attended the wedding. The Queen had already announced she would not be present at the civil ceremony.
4 of 12 Tom Parker Bowles and his sister Laura chatted to Harry and William.
5 of 12 Despite being absent from the wedding, the Queen attended the blessing in St George's Chapel.
6 of 12 Zara Phillips also joined the Royal family for the event.
7 of 12 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.
8 of 12 Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, with her new in-laws after the service of blessing.
9 of 12 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.
10 of 12 The Prince of Wales and the new Duchess of Cornwall greeted well wishers outside St George's Chapel
11 of 12 Princes William and Harry decorated the Bentley which drove the newly-weds to start their honeymoon. They had penned "Prince + Duchess" and "Just Married".
12 of 12 The prince and duchess were welcomed by crowds when they attended a church service on the first day of their honeymoon in Scotland.