Alexi Lubomirski also referred back to the engagement photographs he took past year, saying that having taken those pictures and now being able to witness the next chapter in their relationship is an honor and a joy for him.
The choice doesn't come as a huge surprise to royal watchers, however there was speculation the duo would follow in the footsteps of Prince William and Kate Middleton who elised Hugo Burnand for their 2011 nuptials.
He has also published two photography books, donating the proceeds to Concern Worldwide, a charity he supports as an Ambassador, the Palace said.
Lubomirski recently opened up about what it was like working with the soon-to-be-married couple on their engagement shoot.
The look of love!
No other royal couple in recent history have ever shared engagement photos in such a candid yet intimate style. and we're certainly not complaining! Sources told the outlet she should receive her visa in a few days.
Richard claims that he predicted Meghan's happiness during his final consultation with her, in which he said, "I see you in London with a lot of British people".
On what she would wear to the royal occassion, she said she may wear a colourful outfit traditional Nigerian outfit, but will leave the decision up to her colleagues at the Studio 306 Collective.
Although the photo credit will certainly have a nice ring to it, it's unlikely this blue blood connection got him the job: Lubomirski is a well-known photographer who has shot Beyoncé, Gwyneth Paltrow, Julia Roberts, and editorials for publications like Elle, Harper's Bazaar, and GQ.
In a statement released by Kensington Palace on Friday, it was revealed Prince Harry and Ms Markle had chosen Lubomirski as their official photographer for their upcoming wedding on May 19 at St George's Chapel. PBS is ramping up for this global event with "Royal Wedding Watch", a five-part nightly series starting May 14 which will culminate in the live broadcast of the wedding of the prince and the actress on May 19.