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Tuesday 12th November 2019

Fans overjoyed as Meghan and Harry release new picture from their wedding day

Looking back on their big day

Fans of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex were given a treat this weekend as the couple shared a new picture from their May 2018 wedding.

The couple tied the knot last year at Windsor Castle and revisited the magical day – which saw people line the streets – on their official Instagram account.

The post featured a picture of the couple exchanging their vows, which promoted their followers to express their love for the pair.

The couple married in May 2018 at Windsor Castle (Credit: Splash News)

"Thank you for this! We love you!" said one.

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"Harry and Meghan you are loved by so many. Wish you all the best," said another.

"This is lovely," said a third royal fan.

Thanks for all you do to uplift others and the way you use your platform to highlight real issues! You have our full support!

Another gushed: "We love you Harry and Meghan and King Archie!!! Thanks for all you do to uplift others and the way you use your platform to highlight real issues! You have our full support!!! Don't ever back down, we've got your back!!"

After a tough few weeks, the public have thrown their support behind the couple (Credit: Splash News)

The release of the picture coincided with Prince Harry's meeting with The Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby.

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The post revealed: "The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have a close personal relationship with The Archbishop of Canterbury, who officiated their wedding and also oversaw the baptism of their son."

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This afternoon, The Duke of Sussex attended a mental health workshop at Lambeth Palace hosted by The Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby. This event focused on how the church and community organisations can encourage youth to have an open conversation about their mental health, and how their faith and community can play a key role in that. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have a close personal relationship with The Archbishop of Canterbury, who officiated their wedding and also oversaw the baptism of their son. The Duke was pleased to attend this special conference to lend his support to The Archbishop and highlight the important work being done to tackle mental health challenges, specifically for the younger generation. We can all come together, regardless of background, race, or religious affiliation, to support each other as a community and ensure we are putting our mental wellness first. For more information on this event, please check out: http://cofe.io/MentalHealth Photo©️SussexRoyal / PA images

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It added: "The duke was pleased to attend this special conference to lend his support to The Archbishop and highlight the important work being done to tackle mental health challenges, specifically for the younger generation."

The meeting came after Meghan spoke about struggling with life as a new mum in the spotlight.

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