Secret behind Harry and Meghan's royal wedding group photo revealed

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The pair looked like they were enjoying their first week as husband and wife, with Meghan touching Harry's back as they walked up the stairs of Buckingham Palace.

Sky News quotes a Kensington Palace spokesman: "The Duke and Duchess of Sussex would like to thank everyone who took part in the celebrations of their wedding on Saturday".

Sharing the now iconic aerial shot of newlyweds the Duke and Duchess of Sussex on their carriage procession through Windsor, Claire revealed that she watched it all from St George's Chapel with Prince Harry's uncle Charles Spencer.

Above Princess Charlotte, Remi and Rylan Litt and Zalie Warren are all proudly holding their bunches of flowers, while Ivy Mulroney and Florence van Cutsem are sharing a bouquet. "There was a lot of luck, coupled with judgment and risk, involved in the making of this image, but often in photography that's how the most memorable photographs come about!" he added.

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In a 2016 interview with the Sunday Times, Davy said she "found it tough" to live in the spotlight while she dated Harry. He was unable to make it due to having to undergo surgery and previously said he "will always regret" not being at Markle's wedding. "There had been so much talk about getting it right with the rehearsals and these kids are so young", he explained. Markle's wedding-dress drama was recently turned up to an all-time high after Emilia Wickstead, one of Kate Middleton's go-to British designers, accused the gown of looking like an "identical" copy to one of her designs. "It was pretty darn joyful".

The celebrity photographer - who also took the engagement photos a year ago - went on to describe how he managed it, telling the BBC: "It was just one of those magical moments when you're a photographer and everything falls into place".

"The sun is setting right just over the top of Windsor Castle just behind them, it was just the most serene, attractive light, they're in love, walking around this handsome garden".

He also said the kids all got to know each other during the rehearsals and made good friends. "They have such a sort of drive and direction together that this, all this circus that goes around it, is just noise for them that doesn't affect what their goal is". "The sun is setting right just over the top of Windsor Castle just behind them, it was just the most serene, attractive light, they're in love, walking around this handsome garden". The final shots are just adorable.

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