The royal wedding fever is far from over: Just a day after the nuptials and Their Royal Highnesses The Duke and Duchess of Sussex made public their official wedding photographs with the rest of the royal family.
The photos were taken by Alexi Lubomirski, the same photographer (and a prince himself) who took the royal couple's engagement photos late last year. They were taken in The Green Drawing Room of Windsor Castle after the carriage procession, according to Kensington Palace.
The statement reads: "The Duke and Duchess of Sussex would like to thank everyone who took part in the celebrations of their wedding on Saturday. They feel so lucky to have been able to share their day with all those gathered in Windsor and also all those who watched the wedding on television across the UK, Commonwealth, and around the world.
"Their Royal Highnesses are delighted with these official portraits taken by Alexi Lubomirski and are happy to be able to share them today. They would also like to say thank you for all of the generous messages of support they have received."
Here a some of the little details we loved:
There's no distinct bride or groom side.
Kate and William's official portraits looked very formal with their respective families standing next to them on separate sides. But because Meghan's mother Doria Ragland was her only family member in attendance, the royal family members, William, Kate, Prince George and Princess Charlotte, Queen Elizabeth II, Prince Philip, Prince Charles and Duchess Camilla, were more spread out in the photos. They were also joined by their five bridesmaids and three page boys.
Harry and Meghan released a black and white photo
...as they did with their engagement portraits. Whether it's their style or the photographer's decision (or both!), the monochromatic touch does add a timeless feel to the already-classic photos.
Meghan removed her veil for their couple portrait
William and Kate didn't even release a couple portrait (all photos were with family), but rules are different for them as future King and Queen. For Meghan, she chose to remove her veil for their relaxed photo by the stairs. It could be to highlight the Queen Mary diamond bandeau tiara the Queen herself lent her, but maybe it could be a subtle reminder that our newest royal is a strong feminist who is ready to break outdated traditions. Either way, it's a refreshing pose for our modern couple.
Additional reporting by Ysabel Y. Yuzon
This story originally appeared on Townandcountry.ph.
* Minor edits have been made by the Femalenetwork.com editors.