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Prince William got a spouse and the UK got a new princess in Kate Middleton, the not-so-common commoner who wed Wills today after a ten-year courtship. Here’s everything you need to know about the lavish ceremony and the hysteria surrounding it:

* The ceremony took place in Westminster Abbey, a centuries-old gothic church in London. Westminster was the site of several royal weddings, including Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson’s 1986 nuptials and that of Kate’s grandmother-in-law Queen Elizabeth II to Lieutenant Philip Mountbatten, but not the wedding of William’s parents: Princess Diana and Prince Charles were wed at London’s St. Paul’s Cathedral.

* Kate Middleton’s dress, the most obsessed-about aspect of the wedding plans, was a long-sleeved lace and satin gown designed by Sarah Burton of Alexander McQueen. Her veil was held in place by a Cartier tiara on loan from Queen Elizabeth II.