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Now their photographer has revealed what really went on behind the scenes of their official engagement shoot.
The Suits actress, 36, raised eyebrows then she wore a see-through gown that cost over £50,000 for the pictures, published on 21 December 2017.
Now the professional photographer Alexi Lubomirski has spilled all the details of the romantic day.
He told E! News that the event was ’nutty’ and he was introduced to Meghan in a very modern way.
Alexi said: “It was nutty. It was a very surreal end to the year because it came out of nowhere.”
The photographer, who trained Mario Testino, captured the images of Harry and Meghan, which had the feel of a glamorous editorial to them.
They were drastically different from Kate Middleton and Prince Harry’s far more traditional engagement pictures.
The photographer added: “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. He’s great. You’d love him’ and that was it.”
He has described the handsome could as “deliciously in love” which he claims made the job “one of the easiest, most joyful jobs.”
Alexi told the couple: “Just be yourselves and I will take pictures of you.”
However, it is unlikely Meghan needed much direction, as the Hollywood-born actress has appeared on many sexy shoots before.
Meghan Markle’s engagement dress was phenomenally expensive.
The stunning actress wore a £56,000 by British fashion brand Ralph & Russo – who are also tipped to make her wedding dress.
The sexy sheer dress covered the actress’s modesty with gold vine details on black see-through fabric.
This has caused to suspect that Meghan Markle’s wedding dress will have this very sexy feature.
Meghan is no stranger to risqué designers, wearing this very sexy dress to meet the Queen.
Now Meghan Markle’s perfume for her wedding day has been revealed, and no doubt fans with be rushing to purchase it.
Created by the only perfumer to hold a Royal Warrant from the Queen, Floris, the scent fits in will with other elements of the day.
Floris describe the perfume as “a vivacious combination of orange blossom with a hint of vanilla which lends a smooth character and creaminess to complement the initial sparkle”.
Meghan was well known to love Italy, naming her now-defunct blog The Tig after an Italian wine.