In a sumptuous ceremony, Princess Eugenia tied the knot with her seven-year-old boyfriend, Jack Brooksbank.
Real fans saw a portion of familiar royal faces and celebrities from Serie A as the princess walked down the corridor.
The weddings were the second royal wedding of 2018 after Prince Harry married Meghan Markle in May at the start of this year.
Read on to find out how you can watch every single moment of the ceremony – again.
What time is the royal wedding?
The coverage of the second royal wedding of 2018 began at 9.25 am on Friday 12 October.
After the BBC refused to transmit Princess Eugenie's wedding, ITV decided to air the ceremony for Royal fans in the UK.
The wedding was broadcast in a show called "This Morning at the Royal Wedding".
And Express.co.uk brought you updates in real time – to read, click HERE
How to look at the royal wedding
You can watch the official YouTube channel of the royal family again and the official YouTube channel of The Duke of York, which inspired the 10am wedding.
The ceremony started at 11.00am at BST, so the spectators could observe the construction until the ceremony and the guests arriving at the Gothic chapel.
The ceremony included a live performance in the Chapel of the esteemed opera singer Andrea Bocelli and the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, followed by the departure of the horse and carriage couple.
WHAT HAS PRINCIPLE THE WEAR OF EUGENIE?
Princess Beatrice, like Eugenie was honored, gave a reading to The Great Gatsby, who reads: "She smiled sympathetically – much more than sympathetic.
"It was one of those rare smiles with a quality of eternal reassurance in it, which you may come across four or five times in life." He faced – or seemed to address – the whole eternal world for a moment, and then focused on you with an irresistible prejudice in your favor.
"He understood how much you wanted to be understood, believed in you as you would like to believe in yourself, and assured you that he really had the impression that you, at best, hoped to transmit.
"Precisely at that point it vanished – and I was looking at an elegant grumpy young man, a year or two over the age of thirty, whose elaborate formality of the speech was not absurd.
"Some time before he showed up, I had the strong impression that he was taking his words carefully."
The best pieces of the royal wedding
Bridesmaids and minions get ruined
Little Princess Charlotte stumbled and the page boy Louis de Givenchy struggled as he climbed the West Steps of the Chapel of St. George in the wind.
But the young continued unabated in church with the special assistant Lady Louise Mountbatten-Windsor.
Are you the queen?
Coming out of the chapel, Theodora, known as Teddy, asked Sarah, the Duchess of York, with her American accent: "Are you the queen?".
Sarah answered "No" before an insistent Teddy added: "Are you a princess?"
The duchess said "Yes" before going in a hurry.
The bride's arrival
Princess Eugenia looked gorgeous in her 1950s-inspired dress by Peter Pilotto and Christopher De Vos, featuring a large, collapsible neckline, a fitted bodice, a pleated skirt and a long train.
Eugenia wore the glittering Tiara of Greville Emerald Kokoshnik, lent by her grandmother Regina, but chose not to have a veil.
The lumbar function allowed Eugenie to proudly show the faint scars of the posterior surgery she had had as a child for scoliosis.
Nervous and emotional groom
Jack Brooksbank nervously stirred, took his glasses and went out, rubbed his eyes and held his hand contracted to his mouth as he waited for his bride at the altar with his best friend and brother Thomas.
He seemed tearful when Eugenie finally joined him at the altar.
During the ceremony, the princess joked with Jack to calm him, saying "Why are not you shaking my hand?".
The ambassador of the tequila brand also struggled to put Eugenie's wedding ring on his finger.