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Official Royal Wedding Photos Revealed!

Photos of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex on their big day.

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The Duke and Duchess of Sussex just exchanged vows in front of 600 guests and 30 royals on May 19 at St. George’s Chapel. Approximately 18 million Britons watched the wedding, while 2 billion worldwide tuned in. Two days later, Kensington Palace has released three official images from the ceremony!

Images were posted to both Instagram and Twitter on the afternoon of May 21, showing the delighted newlyweds and their families.

Harper’s Bazaar photographer Alexi Lubomirski was the man behind the camera, capturing the joyous couple sat together outside Windsor Castle. Meghan wears a custom Givenchy dress gazing into the distance as Prince Harry beams into the camera.

Family photos were taken in the Green Drawing Room of Windsor Castle, following the carriage procession. Markle, in an impressive five-meter long veil, is pictured standing next to her proud mother, Doria Ragland.

Prince Harry is stood next to his father, Prince Charles and step-mother Camilla Parker Bowles. Below sits the Queen and Prince Phillip.

The photos also include Prince Williams and his wife Kate Middleton, who celebrated their own royal wedding 7 years ago. The adorable photos included bridesmaids Princess Charlotte, Florence van Custem, Remi and Rylan Litt, Zalie Warren and Ivy Mulroney. The page boys – Prince George, Jasper Dyer, Brian and John Mulroney – also posed for the photo.

The loving couple graciously thanked “everyone who took part in the celebrations of their wedding.”

“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,” shared Kensington Palace.

We wish these two a long and happy marriage!

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Ife Abel is a Public Relations student at West Virginia University. She is originally from Nigeria and her dream job would be to travel the world and get paid for it. Ife's hobbies include going to Starbucks, horror films, taking pictures of pretty things and being excited to write for College Media Network!

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