The Royal-Engagement Photographer Is Now the Royal-Wedding Photographer

GettyRoyal wedding Insider Julie Montagu is a member of the British aristocracy

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle today confirmed that their wedding pictures will be taken by the same photographer who captured their engagement portraits.

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's official wedding photographer has said he is honoured to have the opportunity to capture the next chapter in the couple's "wonderful love story".

The wedding will take place in Windsor castle.

He has also published books including "Princely advice for a happy life" - a tribute to his two sons - and "diverse beauty" about models not usually used in fashion magazines and campaigns.

"It's a attractive couple, and it's great to see they found love and I just feel like it's going to grow because there's a generation who are going to discover the royal family in a slightly different way - I think this is a really good time for Meghan and for Harry".

He was born in England but now lives in NY. 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.

The announcement comes just five weeks before the wedding.

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.

Many details about Harry and Markle's nuptials have now been released, but they have still managed to keep some things under wraps, including who designed the bride's wedding dress. When I came home and informed him of the invite, he was down on his knees begging to go.

This week, community heroes were named among the wedding guests as it emerged United States president Donald Trump and predecessor Barack Obama have not been invited.

Written by Judith Vonberg for CNN.