By SARAH BULL
Radiant: Zara Phillips is led into Canongate Kirk by her father Mark Phillips as she prepares to marry Mike Tindall
Zara Phillips looked stunning in a beautiful ivory gown as she arrived at Canongate Kirk in Edinburgh to marry Mike Tindall this afternoon.
The 30-year-old royal, who arrived five minutes late for her nuptials, looked radiant as she smiled and waved for photographers outside the venue.
The bride wore a stunning ivory dress by Edinburgh-trained designer Stewart Parvin, which featured a short train, and teamed it with a beautiful silk veil as she made her way in to marry her groom.
Nervous? The bride looked slightly apprehensive as she arrived at the venue
The dress had a chevron pleated bodice, ending in inverted pleats on a dropped waist, creating a bell-shaped silhouette, and also included a concealed structured corset as well as silk tulle straps that fell into a V-shape at the back.
The crowd on Edinburgh's Royal Mile had been waiting hours for the bride to arrive, and spontaneously cheered as her car arrived.
Zara's father, Captain Mark Phillips stepped out first and walked round the limousine to meet his daughter who was facing the church.
Beautiful: Zara had a silk veil over her face, and a pretty diamond tiara on her head
Zara briefly waved back to the crowd who were still shouting and cheering at her, before the bride and her father were greeted by the Reverend Neil Gardner. and made their way inside.
Earlier in the day, rugby player Tindall looked the picture of calm as he arrived at the church for his wedding.
The 32-year-old sportsman looked smart in a black jacket, grey pinstriped trousers, a grey waistcoat, white shirt and grey tie, teamed with an ivory buttonhole flower.
Showing no signs of nerves, Tindall smiled and waved as he posed for photographers before making his way into the venue.
Jovial: Mike Tindall appeared the picture of calm as he arrived at the venue
Smart: Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge, wore a pretty jacquard coat, while Prince Harry looked dapper in his black suit and blue tie
Zara's mother Princess Anne was among the first of the royal family members to arrive, and made her way in wearing a floral jacket, orange on-trend pleated skirt with her hair swept up in a chic up 'do.
Prince Charles looked dapper in his grey suit, while Camilla Parker-Bowles opted for a mint-green skirt suit and large headpiece.
True blue: Princess Beatrice opted for a bright blue suit and matching hat as she arrived at Canongate Kirk
Stylish sisters: Beatrice went for blue while her sister Eugenie opted for a cream and brown number
Pretty in peach: The Queen was the last of the royal family members to arrive
Good spirits: The Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall arrive for the wedding
Mother of the bride: Princess Anne wore a red pleated skirt and floral jacket while Sophie, the Countess of Wessex, wore a pretty taupe outfit
The Queen was the last member of the royal family to arrive before the bride, wearing a smart peach coloured outfit.
Other guests for the nuptials included Coronation Street actress Katherine Kelly, who cut a stunning appearance in a blush coloured dress, orange hat and matching accessories.
Talking recently about how she knows Tindall, Kelly said: 'I went to school in Wakefield with Mike. Our parents live in the same village and we’ve stayed really good mates.'
Classic: The bridesmaids wore cute dove grey dresses while maid of honour Dolly Maude looked amazing in her high-necked gown, also made by Parvin
Stylish: Coronation Street star Katherine Kelly was among the first guests to arrive for Zara Phillips and Mike Tindall's wedding in Edinburgh today
Sophisticated: The Saturdays singer Una Healy wore a pretty black and turquoise strapless dress as she attended with her boyfriend, rugby player Ben Foden
Leggy ladies: Natalie Pinkham wore a backless red dress while Kirsty Gallacher opted for a colourful number with nude heels
Arriving in style? A coach pulls up outside the venue carrying celebrity guests including Kelly (orange hat just seen)
Gearing up: Residents in Edinburgh are no doubt looking forward to the big day, with one women wishing the royal couple luck with a banner hung over her balcony