To Get The Perfect Pic, Photographer Bribed Royal Bridal Party With Candy

To Get The Perfect Pic, Photographer Bribed Royal Bridal Party With Candy

To Get The Perfect Pic, Photographer Bribed Royal Bridal Party With Candy

So that's why! Just as Meghan Markle made her grand entrance into St. George's Chapel, one of her page boys flashed a mega watt smile from behind the bride that was seen by millions of viewers around the world, including 24 million spectators from the U.S.

Alexi Lubomirski, who also took the pair's stunning official engagement photos, said the shot of Meghan entwined in Harry's legs happened when the exhausted bride "slumped" on the groom.

Meanwhile, photographer Alexi has also shared the secrets behind another iconic wedding image from the day.

He added: "There was this moment where they were just laughing because they were joking about how they were exhausted and finally it's all over, and they just looked at each other and they were just laughing, and it was this just attractive moment".

"And I think it's just evolved them one step further, they are moving with the times, which is great, and yeah, it's wonderful".

So can you imagine trying to get TEN children to sit still next to the newly married Duke and Duchess of Sussex and the rest of the royal family for their official photos?

Little Brian was a highlight for many viewers, after the cameras caught his face lighting up when he prepared to help carry Meghan's veil down the aisle. "It was one of these lovely moments".

"His enthusiasm and energy are truly infectious; it has certainly inspired William and I to get involved in issues we care passionately about and to do whatever we can to make a difference".

A family portrait featuring Prince Harry's family and Meghan's mother Doria Ragland.

The canvas bags include an order of service, a letter from the royal couple, a bottle of water with a Windsor Castle sticker on it, a tin of shortbread, a chocolate coin and a 20 per cent...

A Kensington Palace spoke on behalf of the newly-weds saying: "The Duke and Duchess of Sussex would like to thank everyone who took part in the celebrations of their wedding on Saturday".

Lubomirski said he was thrilled to be asked to photograph their wedding, having previously taken their engagement portraits at Frogmore House. The image brings the royal couple's aspirational love and warmth to life, similar to the set of photos released from their engagement session at Frogmore House. "In fact, numerous issues William and I now work on are subjects we were introduced to by our father growing up", Harry said.

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