The second royal wedding of the year, between Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank is all over, however, we're still revelling in the stunning photos and gorgeous moments.
But after going over their magical ceremony over and over, there were many hilarious, heartwarming and down-right fascinating blink-and-you'll-miss it details that you may not have seen through your happy tears.
Keep reading to find out all the best moments you completely missed the first time around!
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One of the highlights of any royal wedding is of course flower girl and page boy veterans Princess Charlotte and Prince George.
While the world couldn't look away from the tiny siblings, did you catch the royal tumble Charlotte took on the steps of Windsor castle?
The three-year-old recovered quickly after tripping up the steps of Windsor castle - most likely due to the gale force winds that almost blew the children away.
Another pageboy, Louis de Givenchy, also face-planted into the stairs - however was saved by Lady Louise Windsor.
WATCH: The page boys and flower girls arrive at Princess Eugenie's wedding
The Duchess of York took a HUGE sigh of relief as her daughter, Princess Eugenie said 'I do'.
Like any mother-of-the-bride, after months and months of preparation, getting to this actual point would be a huge relief, and our favourite mum, Sarah Ferguson is no exception.
See the tweet below for the mega laugh out loud moment!
After the ceremony, as Fergie and all of the bridal party made their way down the steps to wish Princess Eugenie and Jack well in the carriage, Theodora Williams, daughter of singer Robbie and wife, Ayda Field, was very confused by the mother-of-the-bride.
"Are you the queen?" the-six-year-old flower girl asked, to which Fergie immediately responds, "No."
But the pop star's daughter was not deterred, "You're a princess?"
"Yes," Fergie responded and awwww! Out of the mouth of babes!
Watch the gorgeous moment in the tweet below.
During the arrivals of the star studded guests, the blustery conditions forced a few wardrobe malfunctions.
Women were holding down their skirts, hair was flying everywhere and hats were flying off - as was the case for Robbie Williams' mother-in-law as she walked to the ceremony.
Ayda's mum, who was walking arm-in-arm with her famous popstar son-in-law, grabbed at her head as her summer hat flew off with onlookers grabbing it as it floated away.
Watch: The moment Mrs Field's hat went flying!
It was such a blustery day at Windsor, that the guests rushed inside to get out of the cool breeze.
The A-List guests were no exception!
Just like at Duchess Kate and Prince William's wedding in 2011, Jack's attempt at getting the wedding ring on Prince Eugenie's finger was not smooth sailing.
The groom appeared nervous throughout the entire ceremony, but as he slipped the ring on his bride's finger, he struggled to get it on - and it was priceless.
One of the sweetest moments of the day was when Jack watched his bride walk down the aisle.
But if you were watching the vision that was Princess Beatrice in her white Peter Piloto and Christopher de Vos ensemble, you may have missed the moment Jack put his glasses on to watch her.
As she came to stand next to him at the altar, he took them off and it was just so sweet!
Just like Prince Harry and Meghan's Markle before them, Princess Eugenie and Jack sealed their wedding with a kiss on the steps of Windsor castle.
While we know you didn't miss this moment, we just wanted to show you again!
After the congregation sung God save the Queen, Princess Eugenie curtsied to her grandmother and it was a sight to see.
One of the most beautiful royal curtsy's we've ever seen - Eugenie was the perfect princess - straight out of a Disney movie.
See it in the tweet below!
You may have been in the land of nod when Jack and Eugenie left their daytime reception!
The newly married couple, departed from their afternoon reception in an Aston Martin DB10, designed and engineered in the UK and made for the James Bond film Spectre.
See the departure in the Instagram below!