Game of Thrones' Kit Harington and Rose Leslie are Married—See All the Photos!

The entire cast made an appearance for the couple's big day!

Updated 06/23/18

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Pop the champagne—Kit Harington and Rose Leslie are married! The two Game of Thrones stars tied the knot earlier today in a dreamy ceremony at Kirkton of Rayne church in Scotland. The a-list guest list (which included plenty of other GoT cast members) are said to be continuing the celebration at the Leslie's family's castle in Scotland.

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The gorgeous bride, who is best known for her role in the television series as Ygritte, stunned in a Elie Saab long-sleeved illusion lace wedding gown and a white flower crown. The groom donned a classic black jacket, which he wore over a cream-colored vest and striped pants.

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And of course, their wedding day wouldn't be complete with out their fellow Westerosians. Peter Dinklage, Emilia Clarke, Sophie Turner and Maisie Williams were all spotted heading into the ceremony, and to say we're jealous we didn't get an invite would be an understatement.

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Some of the stars' other a-list guests included Ben Lovett of Mumford & Sons and actress Makin Akerman, both friends of the couple.

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The couple confirmed their engagement in late September 2017, when Harington revealed he popped the question. Harington, who is best known for his role as Jon Snow in the series, revealed shortly after the couple announced their engagement that he had a major blunder when going to propose.

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"I did have some plans to do it, I was going to string up some lights in some trees and do all the romantic stuff, but we were in the country and we were under this beautiful night sky and had a log fire burning and red wine and I blew my load early," he told The Sun in an interview at the time.

After realizing his awkward expression, he quickly clarified, "I was meant to do it the day after with the lights. What I meant to say was, I popped my question a bit early. Not blew my load....Sorry that’s a really bad expression."

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