Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are now married, and their titles are Duke and Duchess of Sussex. It will take a long time for people to get used to calling them by their new titles. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have been married since 2011, and people still call them Prince William and Kate Middleton. Harry and Meghan will probably be the names that most people will continue to use for the newlyweds.

There were many historic moments from the royal wedding that was live streamed on all the major television networks. Here are at least seven of those moments that some people say were special to them as they watched the wedding.

A report by SB Nation provided a lot of the information used in this article.

1. Car ride to St. George's Chapel

Meghan and her mom spent Friday night (May 18) at Cliveden House. It was a very touching moment to see them ride together in the vintage burgundy Rolls-Royce to St. George's Chapel where Meghan would officially become part of the royal family. This was the first glimpse of her dress, veil, and tiara from Queen Elizabeth's collection.

2. Prince Charles escorting bride

There had been much talk about who was going to walk Meghan down the aisle. After her father, Thomas Markle, could not be there due to health reasons, Meghan asked Prince Charles to escort her to his son. It was beautiful the way it was done.

Meghan walked halfway alone followed by children bridesmaids and page boys, and Prince Charles escorted her to the altar.

3. Prince Harry lifting Meghan's veil

It was a moving moment when the groom gently lifted the veil over the head of his bride and adjusted it. Their eyes met as he spoke tenderly to her. Even though there were 600 guests in the church, it was as if it was just the two of them.

4. Expressions on faces

The expressions on Prince Harry and Meghan's faces throughout the ceremony were precious.

Their facial expressions indicated that they are so much in love. Also, the expression on the face of the mother of the bride was touching. Doria Ragland was Meghan's only family member who attended the ceremony. She appeared to be so proud of her daughter on this special day. Most of the time, the camera was on her as the couple stood at the altar.

5. The sermon

It is not customary to hear a sermon at a wedding and especially not at a Royal Wedding.

However, Chicago native Bishop Michael Curry of the Episcopal Church was confident and preached a powerful and appropriate sermon focusing on the redemptive power of love. The 65-year-old bishop quoted Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. at the beginning and ending of the sermon.

6. Gospel choir singing 'Stand By Me'

Karen Gibson and the Kingdom Choir performed Ben E. King's 1961 song “Stand By Me” just before the vows. This was the first time a song like that was sung in St. George's Chapel or at a British wedding. A lot of people include this as one of their favorite moments.

7. The cellist

It was a special tribute when 19-year-old cellist Sheku Kanneh-Mason performed multiple selections of the couple's favorite songs including "Ave Maria." Kanneh-Mason was the first black musician to ever win BBC’s Musician of the Year award two years ago when he was only 17.