The former "Suits" actress - who is set to marry Prince Harry at St George's Chapel at Windsor Castle on May 19 - was spotted in the VFS Global UK Visa Application Centre in Chicago on Thursday (04.12.18).
Mr Lubomirski said he is delighted to be named the official photographer for the big day. Markle has always been a fan of the New York-based photographer, who is famous for his highly styled and artistic work, and has an impressive client list including Vogue, for which he has shot a number of worldwide cover stars.
Photos from Winnie Mandela's funeral in South Africa
Ramaphossa said South Africa has a painful history which characterizes the current situation in the country with anger. He continued, "Yet through everything Mama Winnie endured they could not break her, they could not silence her".
Prince Harry will marry Meghan Markle on May 19, 2018.
Mr Lubomirski, who was born in England but now lives in NY, was given his first camera aged 11 by his stepfather.
Milos Forman, director of Oscar-winning Cuckoo's Nest, dies at 86
He achieved worldwide acclaim with the 1975 Cuckoo's Nest , starring Jack Nicholson and set inside a mental institution. First to actress Jana Brejchova (his lead actress in " Loves of a Blonde ") and then to Vera Kresadlova.
The announcement comes just five weeks before the wedding.
While the couple is still making the news for a lack of United Kingdom and foreign politicians on the official guest list, including Donald Trump and ex-president, Barack Obama, Prince Harry and Meghan have invited a Nigerian woman among may other "ordinary" members of the public. A number of details about the day have now been released, including the route of the newlyweds' carriage procession and the wedding cake, which will be made by pastry chef Claire Ptak. Barack and Michelle Obama, who are close friends of the couple, will also not be attending, a royal source told CNN, although the source would not say whether they had been invited.
U.S. President Donald Trump and U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May have not received invitations.
JLR to cut Solihull jobs
The latest set of cuts come in the wake of a weak United Kingdom market, with Jaguar sales down 26 per cent so far this year, compared with last year, while demand for Land Rovers in Britain is down 20 per cent.