Can you spot the 'mistake' in Harry and Meghan's wedding portraits?

On Monday, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle released three wedding portraits taken by photographer Alexi Lubomirski. But eagle-eyed royal observers noticed something was “slightly off” in the official photos.

Photo via Kensington Palace

But eagle-eyed royal observers noticed something was “slightly off” in the official photos.

A few eagle-eyed observers noticed that something was missing in th)e official group shots — can you spot what it is? (Photo: Instagram/ kensingtonroyal

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Take a look at the first portrait …


… and now this one. Can you spot the error?


In the first photo, flower girls Ivy Mulroney, 4, and Florence van Cutsem, 3, are seen sharing a bouquet, while in another shot, Florence isn’t holding a bouquet!

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However, it seems like it wasn’t actually an accident after all. Without a maid of honour, Meghan needed someone to hold her flowers for her.  Ivy, the daughter of Markle’s BFF Jessica Mulroney, was given the special honour!

For the portraits, Ivy shared Florence’s bouquet in one photo, and clutched onto Florence’s bouquet for the other.

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