Can you spot the 'mistake' in Harry and Meghan's wedding portraits?

Can you spot the 'mistake' in Harry and Meghan's wedding portraits?

Can you spot the 'mistake' in Harry and Meghan's wedding portraits?

The photographer also revealed he used candies as a ploy that helped get the couple's young bridesmaids and page boys to behave as he took the iconic shots.

Capturing the royal memorabilia, photographer and His Serene Highness Prince Lubomirski shared that his involvement in the royal wedding had been a "beautiful chapter" in his career as well as in life, which he will never forget.

"They were just laughing because they were joking about how they were exhausted and finally it was over".

"After the group shot, then we moved to the couple with the bridesmaids and the pageboys, that was going to be a tricky one because obviously that is when chaos ensued, and I'd already used by smarties trick once so they weren't going to fall for that one again", he said.

The pictures have been called the most intimate royal wedding images ever seen.

'I said just before you go in, let's sit down on these stairs, and she just slumped in between his legs, ' the photographer dished on the already iconic picture. "It was one of these handsome moments".

"One word that I really kept throwing around in my head was "familial", because when we did the engagement pictures and you got the sense that they were together, that black and white picture when they were really embracing and hugging, and you felt that love", he said.

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He stood her mother, Doria Ragland, in the spot usually occupied by the father of the bride, with Prince William stepping in next to her to make up for Markle's absence.

Mr Lubomirski took a series of photographs after Britain's Prince Harry Wednesday American actor Meghan Markle on May 19. "That was a huge thing for me to get that realness out of it".

The souvenir item was offered to "community champions" invited into the grounds of Windsor Castle to celebrate the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's marriage on Saturday.

According to the website listing, the sale includes the bag itself - featuring the initials of Harry and Meghan - a Windsor Castle bottle of water, a fridge magnet, a chocolate coin, shortbread, a spectator badge and wrist band, a parking sticker, an order of service, a postcard and gift shop card and a map. Luckily, he had a genius way of keeping them all in check.

Plus, isn't it great when you find out even royals are just like us, even a little bit?

Lubomirski was chosen after he photographed the couple on their engagement in a series of stark images released in December.

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