By Pamela Owen
Get much sleep? Mike Tindall is seen arriving at The Palace of Holyroodhouse, wearing the same clothes he wore yesterday. Zara Phillips looked radiant in a pair of white jeans and a beige top
He's known for his love of enjoying a good party and it looks as though Mike Tindall had the time of his life after marrying Zara Phillips.
The England rugby star wore the same grey trousers and blue collared shirt he did the day before and looked as though he hadn't slept a wink.
Zara, who arrived separately from her husband, looked radiant in white jeans, flip flops and a beige sleeveless top.
Heavy night? Tindall picks his teeth as he stands next to a policeman outside Holyroodhouse
The couple have been determined to keep their wedding a private family occasion, but the crowds have been equally determined to share in their happiness during the first Royal wedding to be held in Scotland in 20 years.
Many frantically waved Union Jacks and the Scottish Saltire as the couple emerged from the ceremony shortly before 4pm yesterday, filling the air with cheers. Some, clearly touched by the splendour of the occasion, dabbed their eyes.
Zara dazzled the crowds in her full-length ivory silk gown with silk tulle detail, designed by the Queen’s favourite couturier Stewart Parvin.
The one-time Royal rebel, who proudly sported a tongue ring, looked every inch the traditional bride and this was her chance to be a princess for a day.
Her blonde hair was pulled back into an elegant chgnon and she wore a sparkling diamond tiara lent by her mother, she looked effortlessly beautiful.
Happy couple: Tindall in his suit when he married the Queen's granddaughter, Zara, in Edinburgh yesterday
Zara,30, was accompanied to the church by her proud father Captain Mark Phillips after earlier leaving in a Bentley from the Palace of Holyroodhouse several hundred yards down the Royal Mile.
The 45-minute ceremony was conducted by Canongate's resident Minister Reverend neil Gardner. A choir of 15 boys and girls from Zara's old Scottish boarding school sang during the ceremony.
The happy couple then left the Kirk in a Bentley for the 400-yard journey to Holyroodhouse for the reception.
A grand marquee was erected in a piazza of the palace and loud whoops and cheers could be heard from behind the palace walls.
Prince Harry also looked slightly worse for wear in a scruffy blue top and jeans and Princess Eugenie takes home a flower arrangement
Dinner had a Scottish theme and included lobster and crayfish cocktail, Scottish venison with dauphinois potatoes and chocolate fondant with strawberries.
The party was organised by Peregrine Armstrong Jones of party planners Bentley.
The Queen and Prince Philip left by helicopter and were taken to Balmoral Castle to begin their summer holiday.
Prince Charles and the Duchess or Cornwall are thought to have left before them and headed for the Caslte of Mey.
The newlyweds will not immediately head off on honeymoon as Zara will go to the Gatcombe International Horse Trials while her husband will return to training.
The bride's brother Peter Phillips with his wife Autumn and their daughter Savannah after the celebrations
Mother of the bride: The Princess Royal leaves Holyroodhouse the day after her daughter married Mike Tindall and, right, Princess Beatrice with her father Prince Andrew