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Home How Meghan and Harry’s official engagement photos are a world away from Kate and William’s formal portraits 1999: Prince Edward and Sophie Rhys- Jones (Now the Countess of Wessex) pose for their engagement photo in the garden of St James' Palace. Sophie opted for a suit by Tomasz Starzewski. The photo sees the couple in a somewhat more intimate pose with Edward leaning in to place a kiss on Sophie's cheek

1999: Prince Edward and Sophie Rhys- Jones (Now the Countess of Wessex) pose for their engagement photo in the garden of St James’ Palace. Sophie opted for a suit by Tomasz Starzewski. The photo sees the couple in a somewhat more intimate pose with Edward leaning in to place a kiss on Sophie’s cheek

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have today released their official engagement portraits taken at Frogmore House, with in an intimate black and white shot seeing the couple pose face to face

1999: Prince Edward and Sophie Rhys- Jones (Now the Countess of Wessex) pose for their engagement photo in the garden of St James’ Palace. Sophie opted for a suit by Tomasz Starzewski. The photo sees the couple in a somewhat more intimate pose with Edward leaning in to place a kiss on Sophie’s cheek

1981: Surprisingly, the portrait taken of Prince Charles and Diana Spencer is the most affectionate in the list. The pair adopt the same relaxed stance as their two sons will over three decades later, opting for simple clothes and giving Diana to show off the ring that would one day be Kate's
1986: Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson's engagement photo was typical of the era it was shot in. Fergie's hair lived up to the (literally) high standards of the decade and she wore an outlandish three-tiered evening dress in white, black and royal blue. Prince Andrew wears the ceremonial day dress uniform of a naval lieutenant. The pair barely cracked a smile as they posed for photos in Buckingham Palace