The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have had private photographs from their wedding leaked online after their photographer’s computer was hacked, reports have claimed.
Photographs from Meghan and Harry’s ceremony last year taken by Polish photographer Alexi Lubomirski have started to appear online.
According to The Sun, Kensington Palace is working to have the images from the wedding removed.
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A royal source told the publication: “Security was compromised.
“There was an online compromise.
“Pictures were hacked then leaked. There was an internal investigation but police weren’t involved.
"The situation has now been contained.”
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The images are said to be black-and-white and are tagged “preview”.
Some reportedly show Harry, 34, hugging his new wife Meghan, 37, with his eyes closed.
Alexi also photographed the royal couple for their official engagement pictures in December 2017.
Speaking about the shoot at the time he said: “Every time Harry or Meghan would talk, one would look at the other and there would be this little sparkle, this little giggle, a little nudge of the elbow and it was so cute.
“They get in their own little world.”
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