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The Duke and Duchess of Westminster Share Official Wedding Photos – Yahoo News UK

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On Friday, Hugh Grosvenor, the 7th Duke of Westminster, married Olivia Henson in a glamorous society wedding at Chester Cathedral.

Over the weekend, the Duke and the newly-minted Duchess of Westminster released four official photographs from their wedding, taken by Benjamin Wheeler. Three were snapped at Eaton Estate, the couple’s0 new home, following the service, and one shows Henson arriving at the Cathedral.

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The newlyweds arrive after their wedding service.Benjamin Wheeler/The Duke and Duchess of Westminster

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A beautiful black-and-white photograph of the couple.Benjamin Wheeler/The Duke and Duchess of Westminster

Two of the pictures featured Henson solo—and highlight her Emma Victoria Payne wedding dress and historic Fabergé Myrtle Leaf Tiara. (Her blue bridal shoes aren’t visible in the pictures.)

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A portrait of the new Duchess of WestminsterBenjamin Wheeler/The Duke and Duchess of Westminster

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Henson arriving at the wedding.Benjamin Wheeler/The Duke and Duchess of Westminster

In addition to the photos, the Duke and Duchess of Westminster shared a public statement thanking well-wishers. “We are deeply grateful to everyone who supported us yesterday and want to extend a special thank you to those in Chester who helped make our day so memorable. We have been incredibly touched by everyone’s amazing support and warm wishes,” the newlyweds said.

Wedding photographer Benjamin Wheeler also posted the photos to his Instagram, writing, “A huge congratulations to Hugh Grosvenor, Duke of Westminster & Olivia Henson, married yesterday at Chester Cathedral.” Wheeler is no stranger to photographing high-profile weddings; in 2020, he photographed Princess Beatrice’s pandemic wedding to Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi.

As he notes on his website, “Being able to artistically capture natural, authentic moments and tell the story of your wedding day in a captivating, creative, and organic way is so important to me. I like to work collaboratively with couples who enjoy my work and trust me to catch the big moments and the small, carefully curated touches, so you can stay fully present and enjoy the day.”

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