Newlyweds Harry and Meghan headed off to their evening party after their last public appearance of their royal wedding day.
Harry drove himself and his new bride to Frogmore House in a silver blue Jaguar E-Type Concept Zero, which was originally manufactured in 1968 but has since been converted to electric power.
As Meghan waved to onlookers as they left, an emerald-cut aquamarine ring which belonged to Harry's late mother Diana, Princess of Wales, could clearly be seen on her right hand.
Hosted by Prince Charles, who walked Meghan down the aisle, the evening reception saw 250 of the couple's closest friends and family congregate at a 17th-century royal retreat in the grounds of Windsor Castle.
Meghan swapped her wedding dress for a Stella McCartney bespoke lily white high-neck gown made of silk crepe.
She also changed into a pair of Aquazzura shoes made in silky satin, with nude mesh and soles painted in baby blue.
The bride's hair was styled for the evening reception by George Northwood.
The groom changed out of his military uniform and opted for a smart black tuxedo.
The evening events took place after an afternoon reception which was hosted by the Queen. All 600 guests attended.
For the evening bash, a massive glass marquee, thought to have cost £300,000, was erected in the 33-acre private gardens where Prince Harry and Meghan enjoyed picnics when they first started dating.
Frogmore House is named after the numerous chirping frogs that live in the gardens.
It is not known whether there was a noise curfew for Frogmore House, but because it is fairly secluded it was thought the party could go on into the early hours of Sunday.
The Royal Family, including the newlyweds, stayed at Windsor Castle but the guests left from one of the estate's many exits - exits that photographers were not be allowed access to.
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