Prince Charles, now 70, and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, 71, exchanged vows in Windsor back on April 9, 2005. It came just months after they announced their engagement on February 10 that year. Both Prince Charles and Camilla Parker Bowles were divorcees. The prince is the eldest son of Queen Elizabeth II, who is the Supreme Governor of the Church of England.
Rather than getting married in a church, the pair had a civil ceremony, which took place at Windsor Guildhall.
This made Prince Charles the only member of the Royal Family to have a civil wedding rather than a church version in England.
Neither the Queen nor Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, who is the father of Princes Charles, attended the ceremony.
However, the couple did attend the service of blessing which took place at St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle.
This was carried out by the Archbishop of Canterbury, Rowan Williams.
The prince’s parents also held a reception for the newlyweds at Windsor Castle.
A number of royals have tied the knot at St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle.
This includes Meghan Markle and Prince Harry, now the Duke and Duchess of Sussex in May last year.
Months later, in October 2018, Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank also exchanged vows in the historic place of worship.
Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, did not wear a tiara on her wedding day.
A wedding tiara is a tradition for royal brides, however the Duchess of Cornwall instead wore a large cream hat.
Express.co.uk has taken a look at the different tiaras worn at royal weddings in the past.
How did the body language of Prince Charles differ at his second wedding, compared to the day he tied the knot with the late Princess Diana?
Last month, body language expert Judi James compared the two.
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The royal baby of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry is expected to arrive very soon.
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Royal weddings: Meghan, Kate, Eugenie and Diana
Who: His Royal Highness Prince Harry and Meghan Markle (now the Duke and Duchess of Sussex)
Where: St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle
When: 19 May 2018, Berkshire
Dress: Meghan wore a dress designed by Clare Waight Keller for Givenchy. The white dress was made of silk and had a boat neckline. The veil was an incredible 16 feet long.
Tiara: The Duchess of Sussex chose the Queen Mary diamond bandeau tiara, made in 1932, with a flower brooch in the middle from 1893.
Cake: The cake was a made by Claire Ptak, based in London. It was lemon and elderflower cake, decorated with peonies and buttercream icing.
Notable guests: A-list guests included James Corden, tennis player Serena Williams, the Beckhams, Sir Elton John, George and Amal Clooney and Carey Mulligan and Marcus Mumford.
Who: Princess Eugenie of York and Jack Brooksbank
Where: St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle, Berkshire
When: 12 October 2018
Dress: Eugenie’s dress was made by Peter Pilotto and Christopher de Vos and had a full skirt, long sleeves and was ivory in colour. The dress has a low back designed to show Euegnie’s scar from scoliosis surgery, a cause she has spoken out about in the past and since the wedding.
Tiara: She wore the stunning Greville Emerald Kokoshnik Tiara, lent to her by the Queen. It has a huge emerald in the middle.
Cake: The cake had five tiers and was a red velvet and chocolate cake made by London-based cake designer Sophie Cabot.
Notable guests: Famous faces at the wedding included Robbie Williams, Naomi Campbell, Kate Miss, Jack Whitehall and Liv Tyler.
Who: Prince William and Kate Middleton
Where: Westminster Abbey, London
When: 29 April 2011
Dress: Kate wore a dress made by Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen. The satin gown featured long lace sleeves. It had a nine foot train and the lace featured roses, daffodils, thistles and shamrocks.
Tiara: Kate borrowed the Cartier Scroll Tiara, now known as the Halo tiara. It bought by the Queen’s father, the future King George VI, for his wife Elizabeth.
Cake: William and Kate opted for a traditional fruit cake with eight tiers. It was decorated with sugar flowers. William also had an additional chocolate biscuit cake was made from a Royal Family recipe.
Notable guests: Guests included family and friends of the couple, as well as members of the military and people who work with charities the pair support.
Who: Prince Charles and Lady Diana Spencer
Where: St Paul’s Cathedral, London
When: 29 July 1981
Dress: Diana’s gown was designed by the Elizabeth and David Emanuel and had an enormous 25-foot train. The dress was ivory and featured lace. In typical 80s style the rather large dress had huge sleeves. The dress was badly creased during the carriage ride to the ceremony, as it was so large.
Cake: Diana and Charles had a number of cakes including a five-foot-tall layered fruitcake. Another cake was made by Belgian pastry chef S. G. Sender and another by Chef Nicholas Lodge.
Notable guests: Guests includes foreign royals from Spain and Greece, as well as First Lady Nancy Reagan who represented the United States.