Prince William of England and Kate Middleton are now officially husband and wife, after delivering their vows at Westminster Abbey today in celebrating their wedding with 1900 guests and an audience estimated at 2,000 million viewers worldwide.

The Archbishop of Canterbury, Rowan Williams , was responsible for officiating the swearing for the promises of marriage, in which the bride's voice rang clear, but with more signs of nervousness than her husband and who showed a tone higher voice than the young when both repeated the words spoken by the highest authority of the Church of England.

As expected, Kate Middleton opted for the formula which has used Diana of Wales in 1981 and did not include the promise of "obedience" but of "love, comfort, honor and care for" their husbands.

One issue that the real experts considered appropriate to the history of the couple and the modernity of the times, since William and Kate Middleton are not only more than a decade of relationship, but they met in a context of equality, the University of Saint Andrews in which both received higher education and where they were even roommates.

Then the prince put the bride the ring that became an official member of the House of Windsor. Following tradition, is made ​​of Welsh gold, from the firm Wartski, which was offered to the Queen Elizabeth II on when it announced the engagement on 16 November.

Parents acting as witnesses and sister and maid of honor of Kate Middleton, Philippa , on the one hand, and Charles his wife, the Duchess of Cornwall , and Prince Henry , on the other.