When more than 100,000 cheering royal fans gather for the wedding of Prince Harry to Meghan Markle next month, British police will be treating every one as a potential terrorist, prankster or royal obsessive.
Prince Harry and Ms Meghan Markle have selected Alexi Lubomirski to be the official photographer at their wedding on Saturday 19th May.
Markle, 36, is slated to Wednesday Prince Harry on May 19 at St. George's Chapel at Windsor Castle after the couple announced their engagement in November.
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 now lived in NY with his wife and two sons.
Mr Lubomirski said he is delighted to be named the official photographer for the big day.More news: Details emerge about man accused of killing Yarmouth, Mass. Officer Sean Gannon
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U.S. President Donald Trump and U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May have not received invitations. "I think one of Meghan's friends saw me on Instagram that I was in England during the announcement of the engagement, and I was told later that this person said to her, "You should meet Alexi". With the couple breaking several royal wedding traditions, many people just can't wait to see how the wedding pans out.
We hope Meghan's visa gets approved, otherwise the royal wedding may face some serious hurdles! Eek.
Kensington Palace has said that politicians and world leaders have not been invited to the nuptials, although 1,200 members of the public have been invited, including young people who have served their communities.
The mother of 3 also stated that she will be taking her 15-year-old son, Jude Anomneze-Collins, as her plus one, after he made a heartfelt plea to attend alongside her.
The star photographer is a prince of the Polish House of Lubomirski, whose royal lineage stretches back 500 years on his father's side and gives him the title: "His Serene Highness". He was born in England but moved to Botswana at the age of eight.