Harry and Meghan release wedding photos

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Image caption The bride-to-be had 10 bridesmaids and pageboys including Princess Charlotte and Knight in shining armor George

The Duke and Duchess associated with Sussex have released three public photographs taken on their wedding day.

The pictures, used by Alexi Lubomirski, include a group photo with bridesmaids and close household, including their parents and the King.

The few would like to thank everyone who had taken part in the celebrations on Sunday, Kensington Palace said.

“Their Royal Highnesses are thrilled with these official portraits, ” the statement added.

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Mr Lubomirski, who also got the couple’s official engagement images, said it had been an “incredible honour” to document the Duke plus Duchess of Sussex’s “inspiring trip of love”.

“This has been a beautiful chapter in my profession and life, that I will gladly never forget, ” he said.

A large number of well-wishers gathered in Windsor because Prince Harry wed Meghan within St George’s Chapel on Sunday afternoon.

Over 110, 000 people filled the particular town’s streets with about 67, 000 train trips made in plus out of Windsor’s two stations upon Saturday, according to the council.

Meanwhile, an average of 11 million audiences watched on BBC or ITV at any one time.

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Picture caption Meghan’s mother Doria Ragland was the only member of the girl family to attend the wedding

Mr Lubomirski is usually found shooting for fashion magazines such as Vogue and Harpers Bazaar and may count celebrities including Beyoncé, Julia Roberts, Nicole Kidman and Scarlett Johansson among his subjects.

According to his website, within 2014 he published a book known as ‘Princely advice for a happy life’, written for his sons, regarding behaving like a 21st Century prince.

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Picture caption Alexi Lubomirski (right) and his wife Giada were one of the guests at the ceremony on Sunday

Meghan’s 100 % pure white, boat neck gown was designed by British developer Clare Waight Keller, the first feminine artistic director of French style house Givenchy.

The five metre-long white silk veil – which covered her encounter as she entered the church – included embroidered floral fine detail representing all 53 countries from the Commonwealth.

It was kept in place by Queen Mary’s diamond encrusted bandeau tiara, borrowed to her by the Queen.

For your couple’s private evening reception, the Duchess of Sussex changed into a lily white, silk crepe halter-neck dress designed by Stella McCartney.

On Monday, the particular British fashion designer shared an cartoon sketch of the gown and mentioned making it was “one of the most humbling moments of my career”.

As a member of the royal family, Meghan now has an official profile on the Regal Family website , which information her work for a number of charitable leads to.

“I feel proud to be a woman and a feminist, ” the Duchess of Sussex, said on the site.

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