Prince Harry and Meghan Markle ’s private wedding pictures leaked by photographer’s hackers

Behind-the-scenes pictures Prince Harry and Meghan Markle ’s private wedding have been leaked on Instagram and twitter, by hackers targeted at official wedding photographer.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle ‘s official wedding photographer Alexi Lubomirski was a target for internet thieves who successfully leaked hundreds of photos taken by the photographer at the royal wedding in May last year. The pictures were reportedly stolen from the photographer’s computer.Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s private wedding pictures leaked by photographer's hackers - lailasnews


Royal sources told The Sun that, ‘Security was compromised. Pictures were hacked then leaked.’ Immediate investigations are currently ongoing to stop any pictures being shared on social media but Police were not called.

A source told the newspaper: “There was an online security compromise at Alexi’s end.
“Pictures were hacked then leaked. “There was an internal investigation but police weren’t involved.”

The leaked pictures were said to include some which show Harry, 34, hugging Meghan, 37, with his eyes closed. She is also seen beaming for the camera in the picture. Buckingham Palace and Mr Lubomirski’s agent have so far declined to comment, Mirror stated.

Lubomirski, 43, is a fashion and celebrity photographer who also took the couple’s engagement pictures in December 2017. At the time, he said taking the pictures in Berkshire was ‘an incredible honour’. He was said to have been alerted after his images were stolen.

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