Posted May 13, 2018 06:08:46 A photographer fell in love and took his life when he was unable to get the bride’s hand in marriage for the wedding of Princess Margaret and John Cameron, the groom’s brother.
The Australian photographer’s family says the 27-year-old, who had just completed a year of photography training at the University of Queensland, had a passion for weddings and was a good friend of John Cameron’s.
“It’s a tragedy, it’s a sad, tragic loss and we’re just devastated and devastated that this has happened,” the brother, Anthony Cameron, said.
His sister, Jacqueline Cameron, described the wedding photographer as a “really good person”.
“He was very happy and happy in his own skin,” she said.
“He was a really good friend to his brother and it’s just such a sad and sad loss.”
The couple met when Mr Cameron was 16 years old and the couple married in 2004.
A postmortem examination by the Queensland coroner will determine the cause of death, and it is unclear whether the shooting was accidental or intentional.
Police have been called to investigate the shooting.
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