Queen Elizabeth II has welcomed Meghan in the family, officially. She has a placed framed photo of her nephew and his wife on display at Buckingham Palace. We didn’t have the chance to see the photo of the couple until the Queen welcomed the Honorable George Brandis, the Australian High Commissioner to the United Kingdom, for a private audience on Wednesday.
As you can see. It is a photo of the newlyweds standing to pose together. Prince Harry is wearing a smart blue suit. And Meghan is dressed in a pale fitted dress.
We still don’t have information on when is that photo taken. We suppose the author is Alexi Lubomirski considering he did the couple’s engagement photo shoot.
Also, he took Harry and Meghan’s official wedding photographs.
“I could not be more thrilled or honored to photograph this historic occasion,” Lubomirski said in April when he was announced as the official wedding photographer. “Having taken Prince Harry and Ms. Markle’s engagement photos, it brings me such joy to be able to witness again, the next chapter in this wonderful love story.”
One of the photos of Harry and Meghan was sitting together on the steps of East Terrace at Windsor Castle. Alexi revealed: “We went out there and had about three and a half minutes to take some quick shots because everything was running like clockwork.
“It was just one of those magical moments when you’re a photographer and everything falls into place.
I said, “just before you go in, sit on those stairs”. And she just slumped in-between his legs and there was this moment where they were just laughing because they were exhausted and thinking finally it’s all over.
“They just looked at each other and they were just laughing, and it was this just beautiful moment, and, when you are taking the pictures, you know you have something.”
The delightful snap was caught in only three and a half minutes, after their ceremony, the carriage procession and the group portraits, ‘We went out there and had about three and a half minutes to take some quick shots because everything was running like clockwork.’