Two images from the set of three were captured in the Green Drawing Room of Windsor Castle after the newlyweds travelled through the streets of Windsor in an Ascot Landau carriage.
The first, a formal group shot of the bride and groom’s closest family sat alongside the page boys and bridesmaids, shows Meghan’s mother Doria smiling alongside the bride, her pale green Oscar de la Renta coat just a few Pantone shades away from the Stewart Parvin ensemble worn by the Queen, who is sat to the left of her grandson, next to her husband the Duke of Edinburgh.
Harry's father, the Prince of Wales, and stepmother, the Duchess of Cornwall, stand behind them, while the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and their two elder children, Prince George and Princess Charlotte, can be seen on the right-hand side of the shot. Charlotte, three, sits on her mother's knee, while a beaming George sits on a chair (or should that be throne?) of his own.
The second, more candid image shows the bride sat on the floor, flanked by her husband and the 10-strong gaggle of under-10s that made up Meghan's bridal party. Prince George's cheeky grin can be spotted to the right of his new aunt, while his younger sister is smiling at the left. Behind him is cheery fellow page boy Jasper Dyer, who has his arm around Prince Harry.
The last to be revealed is a striking black and white portrait of the newlyweds posing on the steps of St George's Chapel, which strongly recalls the couple's engagement photos (which were also shot by portrait and fashion photographer Lubomirski).
‘The Duke and Duchess would like to thank everyone who took part in the celebrations of their Wedding,’ a Kensington Palace statement said. ‘They feel so lucky to have been able to share their day with all those gathered in Windsor and those who watched on television across the UK, Commonwealth and around the world.’
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William and Kate
THE FIRST GLIMPSE
Kate headed to Westminster Abbey with her father, Michael Middleton, giving royal-watchers a glimpse at the long sleeves and lace detailing of her wedding gown.