Lady Gabriella Windsor and Thomas Kingston's Royal Wedding Photos Have Been Released

They are predictably stunning

Updated 05/21/19

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There’s only one thing better than a set of stunning wedding photos: stunning royal wedding photos! Lady Gabriella Windsor tied the knot with husband Thomas Kingston on Saturday, May 18, and now, the couple has released the first official snaps from their big day.

In addition to the hilarious picture we were privy to from the couple’s first kiss that featured an adorable photobomb, three breathtaking shots by photographer Hugo Burnand are now making the rounds online.

The first photo, shared by the royal family’s Twitter account and taken in the Duchess of Kent’s drawing room at Frogmore House, shows the bride and groom alongside Lady Gabriella’s royal family members, including her mother and father, Prince and Princess Michael of Kent, Queen Elizabeth II, Prince Philip and Princess Alexandra.

The newlyweds stood alone for their next pic, which took place in the grounds’ gardens and featured a quaint pond and a wooden structure in the background. The bride, clad in a masterpiece of a gown from Italian designer Luisa Beccaria with an elongated train, leaned in close to her husband, who wore a dark suit and a telling smile.

The twosome also posed with their bridal party of cute-as-could-be kids: Gabrella’s nieces, Maud and Isabella, were included in the ceremony, as were Leonara Weisman, Princess Aurelia del Drago, Eliza Goldsmith and Emily Conolly. On the page boy side stood Frederick Murray, Rafferty Murray and Karim Khawaja.

The pair wed at St. George’s chapel in Windsor Castle exactly one year after Prince Harry and Meghan Markle said their “I dos” in the same spot.

Their guest list included everyone from Kingston’s ex-girlfriend/Kate Middleton’s little sis, Pippa Middleton, who looked lovely in Kate Spade, to new dad Harry, who took a break from doting on baby Archie, to celebrate with his second cousin.

Their nuptials also had an eight-tier cake and a follow-up celebration at Frogmore House.

From the looks of the photos, we'd say it was a picture-perfect day!

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