Yes. I actually got up to watch it on television.
I was very impressed. It wasn't at all stuffy, rather it was youthful, joyful and inspiring. Any fears about the state of their souls due to the fact the bride and groom had been 'domestic partners' before sanctifying their union in Holy Matrimony, dissolved for me by the religious commitment of their wedding vows, blessed by their church. I appreciated very much how the ministers emphasized the true character and meaning of marriage between man and wife. For once, after so many years of dysfunction, the Royal Family actually looked happy and seemed to be at ease amongst their British subjects. The whole event emphasized the importance of family, fidelity, and duty, bound together by cords of genuine love. As such it seem to me a lovely prelude to the beatification of Venerable John Paul II this Sunday.
(Yes, I felt bad considering how Westminster was once Roman Catholic, but I trust that will be remedied in God's own time.)