The 33-year-old royal welled up just as Meghan joined him at the altar at St. George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle.
Harry was dressed in his official British Army Blue and Royals frock coat uniform for the occasion, to honor the 10 years he served.
Meghan was dressed in a long-sleeve boat neck Givenchy gown with a simple silhouette and statement train worn with a cathedral-length veil and Queen Mary’s Diamond Bandeau tiara.
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The couple are preparing to exchange vows at the chapel starting at 7 a.m. ET time.
Their ceremony, led by The Archbishop of Canterbury The Most Revd. and Rt Hon. Justin Welby, is scheduled to last about an hour.
Harry’s brother Prince William is standing by his brother’s side as his best man.
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Roughly 600 guests are in attendance, but world dignitaries (like President Trump) aren’t there, as Kensington Palace has said that an official list of political leaders (both U.K. and international) are not required for the pair.
Instead, most in attendance have a direct connection to the bride or groom. That includes Harry’s sister-in-law Kate; father Prince Charles; stepmom Camilla, Dutchess of Cornwall; grandparents Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip; close cousins like Princess Eugenie and Princess Beatrice; and friends from Harry’s military service are also be on hand, as well as longtime close friends, such as Tom Inskip and Guy Pelly.
Meghan’s mother, Doria Ragland, is also there, as well as a handful of her closest friends, such as actress Priyanka Chopra and Toronto-based stylist Jessica Mulroney.