Just days ago, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle released three wedding portraits taken by photographer Alexi Lubomirski.
But eagle-eyed royal observers have noticed something is ‘slightly off’ in the official photos.
Take a look at the first portrait …
… and now this one. Can you spot the error?
In the first photo, flower girls Ivy Mulroney, four, and Florence van Cutsem, three, are seen sharing a bouquet, while in another shot, Florence isn’t holding a bouquet!
Twitter users were quick to wonder why this was the case, and if the flower girl had lost her bouquet along the way.
@KensingtonRoyal Wondering why one of the flower girls did not have a bouquet? It was a lovely wedding, wishing them much happiness!
— Sharon (@shaleima) May 21, 2018
It shouldn't bother me but because I know it's meant to be there it really irritates me that one of the flower girls is missing their bouquet in the royal wedding pics
— Jules (@JulesBailey14) May 21, 2018
— Issy Arnett (@gordon_isabella) May 21, 2018
However, others have pointed out there might be a reason behind the missing posy.
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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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