ICYMI, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle had the wedding of the decade on Saturday. And even though the royal wedding kept to a very traditional ceremony (with the exception of Meghan Markle walking halfway down the aisle solo), that didn't stop Prince Harry and Meghan Markle from having a little fun on their big day.
Following the ceremony, the bride and groom attended a luncheon reception with all of the wedding guests at St. George's Hall and then continued the celebration at an intimate evening reception at Frogmore House, hosted by Prince Charles. At Frogmore House, noshes included a bar of candy-floss (known in America as cotton candy), dirty burgers for a midnight snack, and a signature cocktail named "When Harry Met Meghan." But apparently, some attendees needed more good, old-fashioned junk food. According to Metro, a huge cart of pizzas were delivered to Windsor Castle around 7 p.m. Can you say, #goals?
Though we're not sure who exactly ordered the 10+ pizzas, we do know that two women were seen delivering the pizzas just before the second royal wedding reception commenced. The women apparently were seen carrying over a dozen Pizza Express boxes, and stopped momentarily to talk to security before making their delivery to the 200 reception guests.
Pizza Express even confirmed the delivery, writing in a tweet, "We did indeed deliver a load of pizzas to Windsor Castle yesterday. Proof that every wedding banquet must have pizza. We can't confirm or deny that the reception ended with a massive Dough Ball fight."
Prior to the reception, the bride changed out of her regal Givenchy ceremony gown and slipped into an elegant halter-top dress designed by Stella McCartney. While all 600 of the newlyweds'' ceremony guests made it to the luncheon, only 200 close family and friends attended the evening reception. Some of those guests included friends Priyanka Chopra and Serena Williams, who both had stunning outfit changes, much like the bride.
We're going to assume that Markle kept her pristine white dress stain-free, even after a royal pizza indulgence. A true American queen.