Millions watched Prince Harry and Meghan Markle tie the knot at St George’s Chapel, with the couple now set to enjoy their honeymoon.
While not everyone may be able to enjoy a budget like the royals, one thing all newlyweds share in common is the wedding night.
One of the most important aspects of the wedding, it’s grounds for divorce if a union isn’t consummated.
Even the Dean of Windsor spoke of the importance of a 'sexual union' during the nuptials.
David Conner told the assembled crowd: "The gift of marriage brings husband and wife together in the delight and tenderness of sexual union and joyful commitment to the end of their lives.
"It is given as the foundation of family life in which children are born and nurtured and in which each member of the family, in good times and in bad, may find strength, companionship and comfort, and grow to maturity in love."
From sexy lingerie to rose petals on the bed, each couple celebrates their wedding night differently.
And for some, they like to spice it up with sex toys.
A study by Lelo revealed just 10 per cent of Brits bring toys into the bedroom on their wedding night.
And it seems some prefer to leave the accessories when it came to the big night, with 44 per cent of the 1,000 people asked asked admitting they regularly use toys with their partner.
Ema Gauthier Sex Columnist at LELO says: “It’s shocking to us that so few couples use sex toys on their wedding night.
“The fact that the percentage of people that use them on a bog standard Wednesday is more than six times that of those that use them on the most romantic night of their lives is baffling!”
The study was carried out by Markettiers, and all respondents were married Brits.
This map has revealed the sex toy capital of the UK – so where does your town rank?
And you can now buy unicorn sex toys to spice up your love life.
One student forgot to hide her sex toy, and you won’t believe what her mum did with it.
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