The British-born, New York City-based photographer will take the couple's official photographs at Windsor Castle after their wedding at St George's Chapel on May 19. (60 Minutes) Harry and Meghan marry on May 19.
Pippa Middleton, 34, was bridesmaid to Kate on her wedding day and famously nearly caused a royal upset when her peachy derriere caught the world's attention as she walked behind her sister in her maid of honour dress.
Meghan Markle has made a brief return to the USA in order to apply for a United Kingdom visa. Before the wedding day, stayed a month, and still not aware of some interesting details, for example, who are the designers making a dress of the bride.
In terms of the style she thinks Markle will go for, "I think that she'll wear a very fitted gown that flares away from her mid-thigh, [with] a handsome V neckline, long lace sleeves, buttons from the wrist to the elbow... all handsome couture touches".
They are scheduled to be Wednesday at Windsor Castle on May 19 and more than 2,500 people have been invited to attend the event.
A source said: "Michelle had a hand in introducing Harry to Meghan, 36".
WIREIMAGEPrince Harry will hope for a smoother day when the couple wed
Meghan did something no other royal ever done before when she wore the bag in Edinburgh - she wore it across the body!
Chicago Police had been discharged to assure Markle was shielded however she was not escorted.
We will remind, in February, the media actively discussed the possibility of reunification of the Spice Girls at the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.
And Mr Fitzwilliams said Harry and Meghan are unlikely to be under obligation to invite Pippa - or any expected guest for that matter. "I can't think of a single reason", she said.
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