Newly weds William and Kate had a pre-wedding glow as they grace the cover of the July issue of Vanity Fair, and RadarOnline.com has a sneak peak of the never-before-seen image.
Shot last November as they prepared for their wedding extravaganza April 29, the happy couple could barely conceal their excitement as they posed with their faces touching.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge posed for famed photographer Mario Testino, who snapped William's mother, Princess Diana, for a collection of photographs in 1997, just five months before her tragic death.
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Images from the shoot with Diana with also appear in the royal issue of Vanity Fair, alongside an exclusive portrait series of engagement photos that Peruvian photographer Testino took of William and Kate at St James' Palace in London.
The July issue of Vanity Fair is available on new stands nationwide on June 7th.