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Prince William and Kate Middleton recently posed for official engagement portraits taken by renowned fashion photographer, Mario Testino.


A royal aide has confirmed that the future King and Queen on England were photographed last month and the images will be released soon.

Mario Testino was one of Prince Diana's favorite photographers. She had posed for him in 1997 for a spread in Vanity Fair magazine.

Asked about his memories of that photo shoot Testino said, "She said to me at the time [that] her children had said to her it was the most 'her' they had seen."

Princes William and Harry have both been photographed by Testino – William on his 21st birthday and Harry on his 20th.
The book cover featured here is Diana: Princess of Wales by Mario Testino ($62, amazon.com) includes 70 photographs taken of the Princess five months before she died.

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