Amal and George Clooney Have Arrived – And They Look Incredible

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by Georgia Aspinall |
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The royal wedding guest list is filled with celebrity A-listers and two of the biggest stars have just arrived at Windsor Castle for the ceremony starting at 12pm. George and Amal Clooney strolled towards the extravagant flower arch, a tribute to the late Princess Diana, outside St. George’s Chapel just moments ago.

George, as handsome as ever, wore a grey suit while Amal looked absolutely stunning in a canary yellow sheath dress by Stella McCartney with a square neckline and matching hat from Philip Treacy. The pair fabulously sauntered into the chapel at the same time as David and Victoria Beckham, who looked equally chic.

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Amal's makeup was perfect as always, as she rocked a strong dark red lip and wore her hair in long lose curls, pulled over onto one side. Carrying a gold clutch bag, she matched her accessories with gold earrings and slingback gold heels. The netting attached to her hat also contained intricate gold detailing.

George and Amal have been rumoured royal wedding guests for months, since they are Hollywood royalty themselves, it seemed only right. And their attendance, particularly their outfits, have been widely praised online, with Twitter users stating that Amal is ‘killing it’ and already named the best dressed there.

We’ll have to wait for all of the guests to arrive before we give anyone the title best-dressed, but with Amal’s pristine look giving us all fashion envy, she’s certainly in the running.

Click through to see everything we expect to happen at the royal wedding...


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9:30am: Wedding guests begin to arrive

Wedding guests will begin to arrive – by coach, no less – from 9.30am until 11am, and will walk over to the South Door of St George's Chapel. Prepare to spot assorted Suits stars, Priyanka Chopra, Jessica Mulroney and the Beckhams.

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11:45am: Harry and William will arrive together

Prince Harry will arrive at St George's Chapel by foot, accompanied by his best man the Duke of Cambridge, and will enter via the West Steps. Here, they'll take the time to greet the members of the public gathered in the Castle precinct, including the charity representatives positioned at the Horseshoe Cloister (just outside the Chapel).

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7pm: The couple head to Frogmore House

For all the national excitement, the wedding is a private event, and after the carriage procession, there won't be much left for us to see. The last thing that we'll be able to catch will be the moment that the bride and groom leave the Castle for Frogmore House, where the evening reception will take place.

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12pm: The wedding service begins

The wedding service itself will take about an hour, with a full order of service set to be unveiled to the public on Saturday morning. We already know that Lady Jane Fellowes, Harry's aunt and the elder sister of the late Princess of Wales will give the reading. All three of Diana's siblings will attend the ceremony, and Harry and Meghan have expressed happiness that they'll be able to celebrate her memory on the day.

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11:20am: The royal family arrive in Windsor

Keep your eyes peeled from 11.20am as members of the Royal Family start to arrive at the Chapel, some on foot, others by car.

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11:50am: Meghan will travel to Windsor Castle with her mother

At around the same time, Meghan and her mother, Doria, will leave their overnight location and travel to the Castle by car, passing through the Long Walk where members of the public are expected to gather. They'll briefly stop at the Castle, allowing Doria to travel on to the Chapel while Meghan is joined by bridesmaids and page boys ahead of her big entrance to the Chapel.

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12pm: Meghan walks down the aisle

After Thomas Markle confirmed that he would no longer be walking his daughter down the aisle, having suffered a heart attack last week, it's assumed that Doria will accompany her daughter.

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1pm: The couple will greet charity representatives

Once they've officially tied the knot, the first thing that Harry and Meghan will do is to greet the 200 representatives from Prince Harry's chosen charities, who'll be gathered in the Horseshoe Cloister. In doing so, the couple are acknowledging how important these organisations will be in their future work; according to the Palace, they are 'delighted that these people who will be such an important part of their official work in the years to come will be the first people they see after the wedding.'

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1:05pm: The carriage procession

Then, close family members will gather on the Chapel's steps to wave the couple off, as it's time for Harry and Meghan to step into their carriage (that's the same Ascot Landau that Pippa Middleton rode in at Will and Kate's wedding, in case you needed a refresher) and embark on a 25-minute procession around the castle and town. Hopefully neither of them have previous history with RSI, because all that royal waving could get very tiring. Meghan and Harry's guests will then file out of the church to catch the start of the carriage procession, before heading on to St George's Hall for the reception.

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