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All Ready to Party

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry looked like Hollywood royalty as they left for their evening reception in an open-top sports car.

Meghan looked ready to celebrate in a stunning Stella McCartney white halterneck gown showing off her shoulders and wearing Princess Diana's emerald cut aquamarine ring following a star-studded ceremony today.

And perhaps in a nod to 'something blue' Meghan is also wearing an aquamarine ring which once belonged to Princess Diana.

A touching tribute to the late princess, Diana is believed to have worn the stunning ring in June 1997, just weeks before her death in August 1997.

The smitten couple, who earlier delighted more than 100,000 well-wishers with a kiss on the steps of St George's Chapel, are now heading to the black tie evening reception.

The smitten couple looked incredible as Harry drove them to the reception in a silver blue Jaguar E-Type Concept Zero, which is electric.

The eco-friendly car also had the date of their wedding on the licence plate.

The smitten couple, who earlier delighted more than 100,000 well-wishers with a kiss on the steps of St George's Chapel, are now heading to the black tie evening reception.

The smitten couple looked incredible as Harry drove them to the reception in a silver blue Jaguar E-Type Concept Zero, which is electric.

The eco-friendly car also had the date of their wedding on the licence plate.

Meghan's second dress is a bespoke lily white high-neck gown made of silk crepe, Kensington Palace said.

Her satin shoes - featuring nude mesh and soles painted in baby blue - were made by Aquazurra, while her hair was styled by George Northwood.

The prince was every inch the gentleman as he helped his bride into the sports car before they waved to crowds.

The after-party is being held by Prince Charles in a £300,000 glass marquee in the grounds of Frogmore House.

Meghan and Harry will join 250 close friends and family members at the stunning country house, where the couple enjoyed picnics when they first started dating.

A sit-down dinner and dancing is planned for the extravagant party - with the new Duchess of Sussex making a speech.

But according to reports, the Prince requested a Tiki-themed bar for the couple's wild carnival and festival-themed afterparty.

According to the Mirror, Harry and Meghan's guests will be welcomed by a steel band before feasting on South African wagyu beef and iced beers, champagne and ice sculptures filled with vodka, in a nod to the groom's favourite London nightclub Mahiki.

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