Wedding photos show newlyweds in a romantic pose on east terrace of Windsor Castle basking in the excitement of wedding.
Three extraordinary official photographs released by Prince Harry and Meghan Markle today are being called the most bold and intimate royal wedding portraits ever seen.
The couple, who wed Saturday, May 19 in a multi-cultural ceremony that reflected the diversity of modern Britain, said they feel 'so lucky' to have shared their big day with 1,20,000 people in Windsor and millions watching around the world.
One of the most striking image shows the US actor sitting between Harry's legs on the east terrace of Windsor Castle as the prince looks smiling at the camera while his new bride laughs at someone to their left.
Even the formal family wedding shot featuring the Queen has an informal feel and the bride's mother Doria Ragland, 62, stands proudly next to her daughter looking firmly part of the royal family 'firm'.
The final image shows Prince George and Princess Charlotte grinning cheekily with the other bridesmaids and page boys with Harry and Meghan both wearing wide and clearly joyful smiles.
The images were taken by Alexi Lubomirski, 42, the protege of photographer Mario Testino who was famously beloved by his mother Princess Diana.