I met Jacqueline and Matt at Reigate Castle grounds on a warm spring day. Reigate Castle was built around 1150 by William de Warenne. It was occupied during the civil war and left ruinous in 1648. Jacqueline and Matt often visit Reigate Castle together and it will always hold a special place in their hearts. It was the prefect place to have their Engagement photos. We strolled around the beautiful grounds and took in the wonderful surroundings. Jacqueline and Matt's warm and caring relationship just shone through. We literally laughed the whole time we were there. I can't wait for their wedding later this year.
Reigate Castle grounds are hidden behind the town centre with caves underneath.
Although now in ruins many of the original features still remain today.
It was occupied during the civil war.
This small stone pyramid guards a underground Sally Port (the irony of the name is not lost on me). It is a secure entryway to a deep wide ditch.
Spring had definitely arrived.
Matt always held Jacqueline with a light caring touch.
The Bluebells were a joy to find hidden away.
We took a walk around the grounds.
Jacqueline your laughter was so infectious.
The remains of the castle provided the perfect backdrop.
Jacqueline, that smile.
Jacqueline proudly showed off her engagement ring.
Jacqueline and Matt simply enjoyed being together.
Matt is kind and caring and has an amazing sense of humour. No one can make Jacqueline laugh like he can.
I can't wait for their wedding later this year.