Known for their royal connections, it was certainly a match made in heaven! The Duchess of Cambridge's stylist Natasha Archer exchanged weddings vows with Getty's royal photographer Chris Jackson in a private ceremony, surrounded by close friends and family, in France this weekend. Taking to his Instagram page, Chris shared a series of beautiful pictures from their special day which took place at Château Rigaud near Bordeaux. Alongside a striking black and white image, the groom gushed: "My Beautiful Wife #bestweekend." He later added another of the newlyweds, and simply said: "What a weekend!"
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Incidentally, the couple share their wedding anniversary weekend with the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, who celebrated their six-year milestone on Saturday. Chris and Natasha confirmed their engagement in September with the professional photographer sharing a snap of the ring. "I'm definitely punching above my weight," he wrote in the caption, and added: "Apparently, it was a long time coming." Chris, who has previously been named Royal Photographer of the Year, is responsible for shooting the images of the British royals, while Natasha, a Hispanic Studies graduate, is the mastermind behind all of Duchess Kate’s incredible wardrobe, she began working as a PA in Prince William and Kate's office in 2007 but in 2014 she secured the role of style advisor.
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Known as "Tash" by staff at Buckingham Palace, the 30-year-old is said to have gotten the job because she is able to relate to Kate’s desire to dress and look her age - and hold tight to her style-icon status. "Initially Kate was a reluctant fashion icon, but now she enjoys it. Tash helps source some of the clothes. She shops a lot for Kate online, and calls in hundreds of dresses for Kate to try on," an insider previously told Vanity Fair. "She has persuaded Kate to take some more risks. The hemlines are shorter and Kate’s really pushing the boat out in the fashion stakes."