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The bride arrives at the abbey and walks down the long aisle

She looks lovely with bare shoulders and arms covered in French and English lace, a plunging neckline, veiled, a fitted waist and bodice and a white satin skirt with a long but not ridiculously long train. She is holding a simple bouquet of flowers - sweet lilies of the valley, we think - and wearing, as tiaras go, a simple and slender tiara created in 1936 [corrected] and given by the Duke of York, later George VI, to his wife Elizabeth.

Sarah Burton of McQueen is the designer.

She is walking with her father and smiling. She seems to possess great strength and poise and she will need them.

The little pages and flower girls are charming.

Her sister is behind her. She does not have a horde of bridesmaids, or any bridesmaids other than her sister at all.

Prince Harry just turned round and took a peek at Kate and grinned.

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