Newlyweds Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have this afternoon arrived back at Kensington Palace two days after they tied the knot.
The pair were spotted in a car wearing matching sunglasses driving into the royal residence in west London as they begin their married life together. The new husband and wife looked relaxed with Meghan flashing a smile as they headed back to their home in Nottingham Cottage.
The couple were last seen driving to the reception on Saturday in the grounds of Windsor Castle in a Jaguar E-Type, complete with a number plate bearing the date E190518.
Earlier today the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, who wed during a moving multi-cultural ceremony, said that they feel ‘so lucky’ to have shared their big day with 120,000 people in Windsor and the millions watching around the world.
The pair have decided to put their honeymoon on hold to ‘hit the ground running’ with royal duties. Tomorrow the couple will join Prince Charles and Camilla on the lawns of Buckingham Palace for a Prince of Wales 70th Birthday Patronage Celebration.
The couple will not immediately leave for their honeymoon, but will remain in the UK for a period before taking the traditional break.