|The kiss 100,000 people strained to see
|1986: Prince Andrew weds Sarah Ferguson
Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson have married at Westminster Abbey.
Thousands of people lined the streets of London and a worldwide TV audience of 500 million tuned in to catch a glimpse of thepageantry.
Miss Ferguson arrived at the 900 year-old church at 1130 BST - only a couple of minutes late - after riding from Clarence House in the Glass Coach with her father, Sir Ronald.
Inside, 2,000 people, amid 30,000 flowers, watched the bride make her four minute walk up the blue-carpeted aisle, sweeping a 17-foot train behind her.
As well as the families of the bride and groom guests included 17 members of foreign royalty, President Reagan's wife Nancy and Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher.
The Queen conferred Prince Andrew with the title Duke of York - last held by King George VI and traditionally reserved for the sovereign's second son - just 90 minutes before the ceremony.
Prince Edward was best man to his 26-year-old brother and Prince Charles read the lesson in a service conducted by the Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr Robert Runcie.
As the couple exchanged their vows cheers could be heard from the crowd outside.
The new Duchess of York mistakenly repeated Prince Andrew's middle name, Christian, and agreed to obey her husband - a clause omitted by Princess Diana in her 1981 marriage to Prince Charles.
After they had signed the register the couple rode in the open-topped 1902 State Landau to Buckingham Palace.
The Duchess looked radiant in her ivory duchesse satin dress, next to the Duke - four months her junior - in the ceremonial day dress of a naval lieutenant.
A crowd of 100,000 clamoured to see their first public kiss as man and wife on the balcony of the Palace.
Following their wedding party for 300 guests at Claridges Hotel, the couple will honeymoon in the Azores.