The Duke and Duchess of Sussex – Prince Harry and Meghan Markle recently shared their unseen pictures and also marked their engagement anniversary, although they are known to do things their own way when it comes to maintaining their royal life. Moreover, they seem to have found a new tradition – sharing glimpses into the family photo album on Instagram to mark any special occasions.
Earlier this month, the duo posted an unseen picture from their son Archie’s private christening ceremony— this was their way of wishing his grandfather Prince Charles on his birthday. Now Harry and Meghan have found another unseen picture from their wedding album to post them and marked two years since their engagement was announced to the whole world.
The previously unseen picture was taken by their trusted family photographer Chris Allerton who had captured the happy couple enjoying with happiness. A laughing Meghan Markle was seen holding her understated Philippa Craddock wedding bouquet in one hand, her other hand was around her newly-wed husband, Pince Harry’s waist. The picture was posted as part of the memories on the official @SussexRoyal account.
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On this day, two years ago: 27th of November 2017, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle announced the news of their engagement, later becoming Their Royal Highnesses The Duke and Duchess of Sussex! They have since celebrated their wedding anniversary and welcomed their son, Archie, into the world ❤️ • Photo © PA / Alexi Lubomirski / Chris Allerton © SussexRoyal
Two years ago from the day the soon-to-be husband and wife walked hand-in-hand into the Kensington Palace Sunken Garden to confirm the good news in front of the whole world.
However, their lives have changed soon after. The duo has established their own royal household separate to the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and they even left Kensington Palace to set up their home in Frogmore Cottage, in the grounds where their wedding reception took place at Frogmore House. They welcomed their baby boy, Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor, on May 6 this year there as well.
The Duchess of Sussex had also worked with British Vogue’s editor in chief Edward Enninful as the guest editor of the September 2019 Forces For Change issue as well, which did highlight 15 game changers and made headlines around the globe also.