Wondering how the stars of Suits got themselves hyped up for the royal wedding?
Heartwarming video footage captured Meghan Markle's giddy former Suits co-stars enjoying a singalong en route to the big event.
Television presenter Anton Cropper shared a clip to Instagram of a coachload of celebrities singing along to Chapel of Love by the Dixie Cups in unison, as they were driven to Windsor Castle to see Meghan and Prince Harry tie the knot on Saturday.
Meghan's Suits co-stars Sarah Rafferty, Gabriel Macht, Jacinda Barrett, Rick Hoffman, Patrick J Adams and Abigail Spencer can all be seen joining in in the clip, as well as her close friend Priyanka Chopra.
The group sang the words to the Sixties hit - a popular wedding reception choice - as they made their way to St George's Chapel at Windsor Castle on May 19.
The lyrics to the song were an appropriate fit to the day, as the group sang: "Going to the chapel and we're going to get married... Going to the chapel of love."
Barrett, who is married to Suits star Gabriel Macht and herself as had a bit part in the show, can be seen filming the whole thing on her own phone.
In front of them were Spencer and Chopra, who can be seen giggling during the clip.
The cast have been sharing dozens of selfies of Meghan's big day on their Instagram accounts since the celebration drew to an end and they made their way back across the Atlantic.
Congratulations Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. What a beautiful and joyous day today was with your lovely family and friends. I danced when @eltonjohn sang, laughed at Prince Charles fantastic speech and am honoured to witness your commitment and love for each other. Wishing you a long and happy life together #royalwedding #princeharry #meghanmarkle #windsor
As much as @halfadams is missed on set this year, this trip only reconfirmed we will always be family and I am so proud and excited for his future. It was a dream to share this once in a lifetime experience with him, and the whole @suits_usa gang to celebrate Meghan and Harry's wedding. Will never forget this other worldly experience.