Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Pick a Wedding Photographer: Alexi Lubomirski

Jenna Warner
April 15, 2018

According to his website, Lubomirski studied under Mario Testino, a Peruvian photographer who took the official engagement photographs of Prince William and fiance Kate Middleton in 2010, and has since become a recognized name in the fashion industry. Alexi Lubomirski is well known for his photography of some of the world's biggest celebrities.

A series of romantic images taken by Mr Lubomirski of Harry and his bride-to-be, including an intimate black and white portrait of the couple embracing, were released in December to mark their forthcoming nuptials.

Identified as Pamela Anomneze, the Nigerian-born Londoner has been listed as one of the "1,200 favoured guests" to attend the royal wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, scheduled for May 19.

While Kensington Palace hasn't commented on the Midwestern visit, they did indicate MONTHS ago that the California native would begin the process of becoming a United Kingdom citizen. Mr Lubomirski will take the official photographs at Windsor Castle following the wedding at St George's Chapel.

Mr Lubomirski said: "I could not be more thrilled or honoured to photograph this historic occasion".

Lubormirski, himself a descendant of Polish royalty, lives in New York City with his wife and two sons. Alexi Lubomirski also referred back to the engagement photographs he took a year ago, saying that having taken those pictures and now being able to witness the next chapter in their relationship is an honor and a joy for him.

With her wedding to Prince Harry in just a few weeks, the former actress was reportedly in Chicago this week to finalise her visa application.

Members of the public who wish to buy the couple a gift have been asked to donate instead to one of seven charities selected by the couple.

Sadly, this means that Barack and Michelle Obama won't be at the royal wedding, despite speculation that Prince Harry would invite them.

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