The Duke and Duchess of Sussex's wedding celebrations ended with a firework display.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle - who married at St. George's Chapel at Windsor Castle on Saturday (19.05.18) - enjoyed an intimate evening reception hosted by the 33-year-old prince's father, Prince Charles, at nearby Frogmore House, and their 200 guests were delighted to see sparks light up the sky at the end of the night.
Harry and Meghan - who had changed outfits - drove themselves to the reception in a silver blue open-top Jaguar E-Type Concept Zero, which was originally manufactured in 1968 and now runs on electricity, while some other guests were seen arriving on a coach.
The invitees were served an organic dinner and "spring meets summer"-themed canapes, with the meal beginning at 7.30pm and ending at around 10pm.
And according to the MailOnline, as the three courses were served, "naughty" speeches were given by Harry's brother, Prince William, and a joint effort made by the groom's friends Tom 'Skippy' Inskip and Tom Van Straubenzee - though any raunchier references to the prince's past were held back until the older guests departed.
DJ Sam Totolee was on hand to "curate" Harry's favourite house music tracks, and the guests tucked into burgers and candyfloss later in the evening.
The was also a 'drinks of the world'-themed bar, which even boasted a themed cocktail for the evening, which was called 'When Harry Met Meghan' and included ginger and rum.
'The Late Late Show' host James Corden was believed to be the compere for the evening.
After the festivities were over, a number of guests were believed to have headed back to London for an unoffficial afterparty at nightspot Chiltern Firehouse, while another was also said to have been planned at a private home in Chelsea.
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