Pippa Middleton's wedding to James Matthews is finally here!
And we have been given the first glimpse of her breathtaking wedding dress.
Arriving on the arm of her father Michael Middleton, the bride stepped out in an incredible lace creation by Giles Deacon, featuring a high-neck, capped sleeves and a full skirt.
Keeping things classic, Pippa swept her brunette locks up into a stylish up do and held onto an understated bouquet.
Stealing the show were of course Pippa's adorable niece and nephew - Prince George, who have a starring role as page boy, and Princess Charlotte, who was one of Pippa's bridesmaids.
The pair will wed in front of 100 loved ones at St Marks’s Church in Englefield, before celebrating with a 300 strong party at the Middleton's Buckleberry mansion.
Catch up on all the best moments from Pippa and James' lavish wedding day here!
The quaint church where the couple will tie the knot is currently awash with the first influx of VIP guests and there's hats and kilts aplenty.
Made In Chelsea star and James' younger brother Spencer Matthews has been spotted outside the church, chatting to friends as he gears up for best man duties.
Tennis champ Roger Federer and his wife Mirka Federerattends made a stylish entrance as they held hands.
Meanwhile Princess Eugenie was the first royal family member to arrive with her boyfriend Jack Brooksbank. Not long after, her cousins Prince William and Prince Harry made a very dapper arrival together.
Prince William and Duchess Catherine were spotted leaving Kensington Palace in a Range Rover with just an hour to spare until the nuptials.
The drive from London to Berkshire is around an hour - luckily there was no traffic!
No doubt the parents are very excited and just a little nervous to see their two children, Prince George and Princess Charlotte, take starring roles in the ceremony as page boy and bridesmaid.
Following strict protocol, guests have been asked to arrive at 10:30am London time to secure seats and the bride is tipped to arrive around 11:30am (8:30pm Sydney time).
Outside St Mark's Church, a press pen has been set up for the world's media.