Royal Picture Revelation: Prince George and Princess Charlotte were BRIBED to smile!

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"They were just laughing because they were joking about how they were exhausted and finally, it was over", he added.

He said: "We went out there and had about three-and-a-half minutes to take some quick shots because everything was running like clockwork".

"I said, "Just before you go in, sit on those stairs" and [Meghan] just slumped in between his legs", he recalled.

"They are in love, walking around this handsome garden, and then we walked around for a bit, and then just got pictures of them". Now, that lovely moment has more than two million likes on Instagram.

Some have reached more than £30,000, it emerged today, and eBay also has orders of service from Kate and William's wedding day as well as cake from when Princess Diana married Prince Charles in 1981.

Alexi told People magazine that he'd been positioning The Queen and The Duke of Edinburgh into their seats for the group photos when he heard "chaos" in the background as children started to cry.

The other shows the wedding party joined by members of the Royal Family and Markle's mother, Doria Ragland.

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So you didn't get invited to the Royal Wedding, but you watched it along with nearly 30 million other people (us too), so now what?

He revealed how he bribed them with "One Smartie here, one Smartie there", and soon enough all the kids were smiling for the photographs.

The couple's choice of official images can be seen as yet another stage of their royal revolution because they contrast with royal portraits of the past.

Elsewhere, 120,000 other Royal fans lined the streets of Windsor, hoping to catch a glimpse of the newlyweds during their carriage procession.

He was also responsible for the intimate photograph taken of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex on Windsor Castle terrace and it would seem that Lubomirski couldn't have been more honoured to have been trusted with the role.

"This has been a handsome chapter in my career and life, that I will happily never forget".

Mr Lubomirski said he felt "immediate elation" when he got a call about a month before Saturday's ceremony, asking him to take the official wedding pictures. The image brings the royal couple's aspirational love and warmth to life, similar to the set of photos released from their engagement session at Frogmore House.

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