Meghan Markle Wears Ralph & Russo for Engagement Photos

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We however couldn't keep our eyes off her engagement ring which was chosen by Harry and holds sentimental value to the pair.

The prince and his fiancé, Meghan Markle, released their official engagement portraits today, and it's pretty clear where the two got their inspiration: Prince William and Kate Middleton.

Meanwhile the Prince is seen with a huge smile on his face as he stares lovingly down at his future wife.

Wearing a couture dress by British firm Ralph & Russo, Meghan shows off a hint of her slim figure in the glitzy top and ruffled long skirt, while keeping her hair loose and natural.

There are two official photos, but a third - a candid shot of the couple walking arm-in-arm around Windsor - was also released.

This week, Prince Harry broke royal protocol by bringing along his fiancée, Meghan Markle, to the Queen's pre-Christmas dinner.

The refreshingly warm photographs taken at Frogmore House, a private royal residence in the grounds of Windsor Castle, will be welcomed as a contrast to numerous more formal royal engagement portraits of the past.

The photographs of Meghan and Harry were taken by celebrated fashion and celebrity photographer Alexi Lubomirski, who has snapped everyone from Julia Roberts to Angelina Jolie. "The couple are so grateful for the warm and generous messages they have received during such a happy time in their lives".

In the second, more professional photos, both men wear a formal suit and tie while their fiancées don formal frocks.

'Obsessed with this picture and everything about Prince Harry and Meghan's engagement, ' one posted.

Meghan and Harry, who are set to Wednesday at St George's chapel at Windsor Castle on May 19th, can be seen holding hands and laughing on the grounds of Frogmore House and it literally looks like something out of a fairytale.

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