Can you believe it has been seven months since Prince Harry and Meghan Markle had their nuptials?
The couple tied the knot on May 19 in St. George's Chapel at Windsor Castle in front of hundreds of their closest family and friends, more than 2600 members of the public, and of course, the millions of people watching from home.
The hour-long ceremony and the carriage procession that followed were televised for all to see, but the events that took place after, including the afternoon and evening receptions, were kept private.
The couple did share a few portraits from their wedding photoshoot, and sources close to them revealed a few details on how the rest of the big day unfolded, but many aspects of the wedding was kept on the down low.
However, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have recently decided to share another photo from their wedding album, and it's given us a glimpse into how magical the evening portion of their really was.
In the never-before-seen photo released on social media by the Kensington Palace, Meghan and Harry are pictured watching fireworks at Frogmore House, where the reception was held.
Shot by photographer Chris Allerton, the newlyweds have their backs to the camera and their warms wrapped around each other while they look up at the lit up sky.
The palace revealed that the black-and-white photo is featured in the couple's first official Christmas card.
Meghan and Harry got engaged around this time last year, so they did not release a card at the time. However, now that they're married, they've followed in the footsteps of the Queen and Prince Philip as well as Prince William and Kate Middleton, who release new Christmas cards every year.
The couple will be joining the Queen and other members of the royal family for pre-Christmas lunch at the Buckingham Palace before making their way up to Norfolk, where they will spend time with their closest family members at Sandrigham House.
Meghan and Harry will have plenty of exciting things to talk about and be thankful for as they are expecting their first child next spring, and will be moving into their home early next year.