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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are wed amid pomp and pageantry at Windsor chapel

WINDSOR, England – Prince Harry, sixth in line to the British throne, and American actress Meghan Markle exchanged marriage vows Saturday in a tradition-imbued ceremony that was seen by millions worldwide but filled with intimate moments, including the groom's almost bashful-sounding aside as the bride arrived at the altar: "You look amazing."

Huge crowds gathered under sunny skies outside Windsor Castle, and invited guests in frippery and finery filled St. George's Chapel within the castle walls for the noontime royal wedding.

"I will," both Harry and Meghan recited, smiling, as each was asked if they would wed the other. The

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