Harry‘s whisper, queen’s greens, flowers for Diana: top Royal Wedding moments

No doubt Princess Diana would have gotten a kick out of the wedding of her younger son, Harry, to the American actress Meghan Markle at Windsor Castle on Saturday. It was one for the ages.

Was the queen amused? One is not sure. Still, , completely taking over social media, with one high point after another.

Here’s a roundup of some of the best.

From the archives:

Let’s start with Lady Di herself. The Internet got weepy over the bridal bouquet handpicked by Prince Harry from Kensington Palace’s private garden, which included his late mother’s favorite — white roses:

Prince Charles, the monarch in waiting, also shone, as , taking the place of her absent father, who was unable to attend for health reasons.

But the hankies were well and truly out when Charles headed over to sign the registry with the actress’s mom, Doria Ragland. When Ragland held out her hand and he took it and they made their way, like lifelong pals, well, all may be forgiven forever, Chuck:

The phrase — “You look amazing” — could very well turn into the pickup line of the year, as Prince Harry was seen uttering those casual words to his bride at the altar, then biting his lip and adding, “I’m so lucky.” We were collectively on the floor:

The fiery sermon of Episcopal cleric Michael Curry, like Markle an American, with references to the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., slavery and the power of love. The Internet could not get enough of brother of the groom Prince William cracking a smile with the queen looking on, deadpan:

Now for that page boy, one of the many children, aged 2 to 7, , including the kids of some of Meghan’s closest friends; the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s two older children, Prince George and Princess Charlotte; and some teenage and ’tween-age bridesmaids. But the photo-bombing page boy, identified as one of the twins Brian Mulroney and John Mulroney, stole this particular part of the show. From his pure boyish joy and straight to our hearts:

And sorry to disappoint those who hoped for or even expected from Princesses Eugenie and Beatrice on Saturday, after their “fascinators” made such a splash at the 2011 wedding of William to Kate Middleton:

Onto the queen’s “greens.” Some on Twitter got a little snarky about HRH’s lime-green Stuart Parvin coat. Turns out the striking color is purposeful, according to her daughter-in-law, Sophie, Countess of Wessex, who says the queen often wears bright hues to avoid

A major shout-out to that haute couture Givenchy dress that the ex–Miss Markle donned. “It was contemporary royal elegance epitomised in an haute couture gown: ceremony sans opulence, romance without the fuss,” . Fab, said the commoners:

Last word goes to Amazon’s virtual voice-activated digital assistant Alexa, which, asked to wake one U.S. royals enthusiast in time to watch the nuptials, delivered the Sex Pistols’ version of “God Save the Queen.”

The classic version goes like this (nope, the queen does not sing along):