Kensington Palace on Tuesday named some of the 1,200 people, chosen due to their strong leadership and community service, who have been invited into the grounds of Windsor Castle on the wedding day to join the celebrations.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have picked their wedding photographer, Kensington Palace has confirmed.
Although the royal couple have yet to reveal if 73-year-old Mr Markle, who lives in Mexico, will get the honour, Ms Grant has been insistent saying: 'Yes he is, God forbid unless a plane crashes through his roof, he'll be there one way or the other'.
Mr Lubomirski said he is delighted to be made photographer for the big day, adding: 'I could not be more thrilled or honoured to photograph this historic occasion.
He now lives in NY with his wife and two sons.
Why the Obamas can't attend Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's wedding
"It has been decided that an official list of political leaders - both United Kingdom and global - is not required for Prince Harry and Ms Markle's wedding", said a spokesman for Kensington Palace, the official residence of William and Harry.
Prince Harry and Meghan have invited 600 select friends and colleagues to attend the ceremony, with a further 2,640 people invited to celebrate inside the castle walls.
BBC presenter and host Anita Rani will report live from Windsor Castle each night, and English historian Lucy Worsley, joint chief curator at Historic Royal Palaces, will give the audience all we need to know about the pageantry, pomp and protocol surrounding the royal couple's nuptials.
"Prince Harry and Ms. Meghan Markle have said they want their Wedding Day to be shaped so as to allow members of the public to feel part of the celebrations too", a statement read.
Botswana is a very special place to both Meghan and Harry.
A fashion and celebrity photographer, Lubomirski spent four years working as Mario Testino's assistant. The Canadian teen started a charity called Cuddles for Cancer and past year won a Diana Award, named after the groom's late mother, the Princess of Wales.
Palestinians continue to demonstrate on Israel-Gaza border
Friday's demonstration is the third consecutive week Israeli snipers have opened fire on unarmed Palestinian protesters in Gaza . The AFP has reported one man, 36-year-old Sumaya Abu Awad, saying "I have no fear of dying because there is no life in Gaza ".