After the cake is eaten, the tiara laid to rest in the tiara vault, and the hip-hips have hurrayed, the wedding of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry must truly end-which means the flowers must go somewhere.
One of the patients at St. Joseph's, Pauline Clayton, is no stranger to royal family weddings.
The flowers that adorned the royal wedding were shared out to different charities, including a hospice where a former embroideress to one of the Queen's dressmakers is being cared for.
"A huge thank you to Philippa Craddock and her team - and of course to the Royal bride and groom". All our patients got a stunning bouquet and the hospice smells and looks gorgeous. "Such a lovely gesture".
And in another touching display, the bouquet carried by the now Duchess of Sussex - which contained Princess Diana's favourite flower, the Forget-Me-Not - was placed at the Grave of the Unknown Warrior, in Westminster Abbey.
The news comes after Harry, 33, and Meghan, 36, tied the knot at Windsor Castle on Saturday as millions watched around the globe.
'Prince Harry handpicked several flowers yesterday from their private garden at Kensington Palace to add to the bespoke bridal bouquet designed by florist Philippa Craddock, ' a statement from Kensington Palace read.
"I am excited and honoured to have been chosen by Prince Harry and Ms. Meghan Markle to design and create their wedding flowers".
"Working with them has been an absolute pleasure. The final designs will represent them as a couple, with local sourcing, seasonality and sustainability being at the forefront".