Harry And Meghan Sent This Photo To Important Dignitaries

Harry and Meghan had their first Royal tour of Australia, Fiji, New Zealand, and Tonga, which kicked off on Oct. 16.

During their travels, Harry and Meghan handed a beautiful, and unseen to someone, photo to all the dignitaries they met.

Eagle-eyed fans spotted the sweet snap of the couple for the first time in Queen Elizabeth’s Buckingham Palace home. It was noticed in the background in a photo of Queen Elizabeth’s meeting with the Honorable George Brandis, the Australian High Commissioner to the United Kingdom

Queen Elizabeth II talks with George Brandis, the Australian High Commissioner

The framed photo the lovely parents-to-be standing posing together. In the picture, Harry is wearing a smart blue suit. Meghan is dressed in a blue-gray fitted shift dress with short sleeves. It has been reported that her dress is Roland Mouret’s design.

We still don’t have information about when and where was this photo taken. However, it is believed that it’s an official portrait taken by photographer Alexi Lubomirski as part of their engagement photo shoot.

Well, Harry’s suit does resemble the one he wore in their official engagement photos.

Harry and Meghan announced they were expecting their first child, much to the delight of royal fans the world over, on the eve of their Royal Tour.

New photos of Queen Elizabeth II's living room reveal an engagement photo of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle that wasn't shared with the public.

The reason why they decided to reveal the news at that time was revealed on the new ITV1 show ‘Harry & Meghan: The First Tour’. Harry explained that they simply thought the location was perfect.

Kensington Palace shared that the baby is due in the Spring of 2019. So, very soon, the Queen will have to get an updated photo of Harry and Meghan to include their first baby.

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