We know he's no angel. But surely Prince Harry will be much better behaved than this come the day of the Royal wedding.
The red-haired heir to the throne is seen in a steamy clinch with a blonde-haired woman who is perched on the pulpit.
However closer inspection reveals all is not quite what it seems.
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Acclaimed photographer Alison Jackson has created a sneak peek of what the royal wedding could look like in a series of spoof pictures.
There's still four months to go before the eagerly-anticipated royal wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton and while the details of the couple's big day are still a secret, we can only imagine what sights are in store at Westminster Abbey on April 29.
While Kate's lookalike is a blushing bride in a white lace gown, her groom is dressed in his Royal Air Force uniform.
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The full feature appears in this week¿s special Christmas issue of Grazia magazine, on sale now
As the couple stand in front of an Archbishop, Kate exchanges glances with her proud mother Carole Middleton, looking tearful in a polka-dot hat.
Also on the front row is William's grandmother Queen Elizabeth, who looks smart in a pink hat and suit.
And just like at Prince Charles and Diana's wedding in 1981, it looks like the little flower girls and page boys are slightly bored during the exchanging of vows.
The images were taken by Jackson for the Christmas issue of Grazia magazine.
Jackson is widely known for her spoof photographs, featuring lookalikes of celebrities, politicians and royals in compromising positions.
William and Kate announced their engagement on November 16 after eight years together.
The prince got down on one knee at the Lewa Wildlife Conservancy in Kenya the previous month during a trip to celebrate passing his search and rescue helicopter course.
He presented Kate with an 18-carat white gold sapphire ring that had been given to his late mother by his father.
The wedding costs are to be split between the Royal Family and the Middletons, with the Treasury funding the security and transport.