This weekend, Peter Phillips (son of Princess Anne and grandson of Queen Elizabeth II) married his Canadian sweetheart, Autumn Kelly. Autumn converted from Catholicism to the Church of England in order to marry Peter, who is 11th in line to the throne. The wedding was traditional with the exception of the couple selling their wedding pictures to Hello! magazine -- a move that didn't thrill the elder Royals, but everyone seemed to get over it.
The couple had a romantic beginning to their relationship -- Autumn didn't know Peter was a royal until they had already been dating a while and she saw him on television. The 30-year-olds have been dating since 2003.
The Windsor Castle wedding was attended by about 300 guests, 70 of which were on the bride's side. But hey, if you're marrying into the royal family, you've got to think that's actually a pretty decent percentage of guests to claim!
In attendance were the usual suspects -- the Queen, Prince Philip, Prince Charles and Camilla, and Peter's cousin Harry and his girlfriend, Chelsy Davy. Peter's sister, Zara, was a bridesmaid. Absent was Prince William, who was at another wedding for a his ex-girlfriend's brother in Kenya. Wils' girlfriend, Kate Middleton, attended the Royal wedding in his place.
Autumn stunned the crowd in a Sassi Holford gown accessorized with a tiara borrowed from her mother-in-law. Her bridesmaids were decked out in matching Vera Wang dresses.