He said: "I think with Meghan and the position that she's in, it's just another fantastic reminder, a wake-up to everybody, that we are all one people and it's a fantastic breath of fresh air to the English royal family".
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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's official wedding photographer has revealed he had just three minutes to shoot the "exhausted" couple.
"I said just before you go in, let's sit down on these stairs, and she just slumped in between his legs".
He added: "When we did the engagement pictures, and you got to sense that they were together, that black and white picture where they really were embracing and hugging, you felt that love". "That was a huge thing for me to get that realness out of it".
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"They were being bribed with one Smartie here, one Smartie there", the photographer told Reuters in an interview published on Wednesday, May 23.
It is safe to say that royal photographer Alexi Lubomirski had his hands full during Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's wedding over the weekend considering that they had six bridesmaids and four page boys all younger than 8!
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The couple's choice of official images can be seen as yet another stage of their royal revolution because they contrast with royal portraits of the past.
Other freebies included a bottle of Windsor Castle water, a giant chocolate coin, a tin of shortbread and a voucher for 20 per cent off in the castle shop.
A family portrait featuring Prince Harry's family and Meghan's mother Doria Ragland.
Posting the photographs on Instagram, Mr Lubomirski wrote it was an "incredible honor and privilege to document the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's inspiring journey of love, hope and family".
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".
Mr Lubomirski described taking the picture.
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ET spoke to Lubomirski in April, when he talked about shooting the couple for their glamorous engagement photos.