Mr Lubomirski will take the official photographs at Windsor Castle following the wedding at St George's Chapel. Britain's Prince Harry and his American fiancee Meghan Markle have chosen New York-based fashion photographer Alexi Lubomirski as the photographer for their wedding next month, the prince's office said today. "Alexi is a well-known portrait photographer, and photographed Prince Harry and Ms. Markle a year ago at Frogmore House, Windsor, to mark the news of their engagement". Markle has always been a fan of the New York-based photographer, who is famous for his highly styled and artistic work, and has an impressive client list including Vogue, for which he has shot a number of global cover stars.
The "Walking Away" hitmaker said: "Listen, if I got invited to witness one of the most biggest talking points of modern history when it comes to the royal family, it would be incredible to be there".
Lubomirski was born in England and moved to Botswana at the age of eight with his mother and stepfather, according to Kensington Palace.
The couple are already familiar with Lubomirski, who photographed Harry and Meghan at Frogmore House, Windsor, in the weeks after they announced their engagement.
He was born in England and now lives in NY with his wife and children.
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Meghan Markle and Prince Harry will also be inviting another 200 guests from charities that they are tied to and another 100 children from local schools, according to People.
U.S. President Donald Trump and U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May have not received invitations.
Sadly, this means that Barack and Michelle Obama won't be at the royal wedding, despite speculation that Prince Harry would invite them.
The church is much smaller than Westminster Abbey in London where Kate and William got married in 2011 (a capacity of 800 as opposed to 2,000), but it won't be the first time a royal couple have Wednesday there.