Someone get this man a drink!
The British royal married Meghan Markle on Saturday inside St. George's Chapel at Windsor Castle and, after the newlyweds shared a kiss on the steps outside the chapel following the ceremony, the couple stepped into a carriage for a 30-minute procession around the town of Windsor.
In a moment straight out of a fairytale, Meghan and Harry waved to members of the adoring public -- and visitors from other countries -- on a fun-filled day surrounded by suited men on horses.
After making their way around the town, Harry and Meghan pulled back into Windsor Castle and, according to the Daily Mail, Harry uttered a hilarious quip that garnered laughs from Meghan.
"I'm ready for a drink now," he reportedly said.
He won't have to wait too long, as the couple will head to the official post-wedding luncheon after taking their official wedding photos. Prince William is set to emcee the lunch, which all 600 wedding guests are invited to, while Prince Charles, Meghan and Harry will all make speeches during the get-together.
Several hours later, the party will continue at a smaller evening reception, which Elton John is expected to perform at. Royal sources say he'll pay tribute to Harry's late mother, Princess Diana, who he was close friends with.
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