Kensington Palace released three official pictures from Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s royal wedding today, and fans of the newly married couple were delighted.

Posted on the Palace’s official Twitter account, the snaps show the Duke and Duchess of Sussex posing alongside their immediate family and also their 10 page boys and flower girls.

And it seems the youngest of the flowergirls has stolen the limelight as the internet couldn’t help but notice the toddler’s priceless posing…

In one picture, two-year-old cutie Zalie Warren is the only person not looking at the camera as photographer Alexi Lubomirski clicks away.

Instead, the goddaughter of Prince Harry, 33, gazes to her left and appears to be totally oblivious to her surroundings as she perches on the floor in front of Prince George.

In a second shot, Zalie is preoccupied once again as she clutches her pretty bouquet whilst sat next to three-year-old Princess Charlotte in the Green Drawing Room of Windsor Castle.

Twitter users found it hilarious with one person cropping in on Zalie and writing alongside it: ‘I just came for the food.’

Another person posted a close up of the child’s face with the caption: ‘When you realise that girl next to you is actually a princess.’

Earlier on in the day, Zalie was pictured crying just moments before Meghan made her way inside St George’s Chapel.

 

The youngster, whose father is Jake Warren – son of the Queen’s racing manager – was picked up and comforted by Prince George’s and Princess Charlotte’s nanny just prior to the wedding, before resuming her duties as flower girl and following Meghan, 36, down the aisle.

Meanwhile, other Twitter users were disappointed that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s newborn son Prince Louis wasn’t in the official photographs.

The four-week-old royal was understandably absent from the wedding ceremony, but many felt he should have been included in the wedding pictures.

One Twitter user commented: ‘Has everyone completely forgotten about newborn Louis?’

Another added: ‘Sad Louis wasn’t in this photo!’

A third person tweeted: ‘Did anyone else feel it was unfair how Prince Louis didn’t get to be at the wedding. Not even in the family photos.’

Another official picture released by Kensington Palace is a stunning black and white shot of Prince Harry and Meghan sat on some steps within the grounds of Windsor Castle.

As Prince Harry smiles directly at the camera with a protective hand placed on Meghan’s arm, the beautiful bride gazes to the side whilst clutching her bouquet of flowers.

The picture was captioned: ‘The Duke and Duchess would like to thank everyone who took part in the celebrations of their Wedding.

‘They feel so lucky to have been able to share their day with all those gathered in Windsor and those who watched on television across the UK, Commonwealth, and around the world.’

Words: Kirsty McCormack