From Primark to the Royal wedding, 2018 in photos December 29 2018 0 Comments From Primark to the Royal wedding, 2018 in photos BelfastTelegraph.co.uk From Primark to the Prince, picture researcher Rachel Dean selects her favourite images of 2018. https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/galleries/news/from-primark-to-the-royal-wedding-2018-in-photos-37665820.html https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/incoming/article37665802.ece/0b2ad/AUTOCROP/h342/2034_picture_review_.jpg Email Stories swept away in time: Danny Boyle "pages of the sea" remembering the life of John McCance takes place at Murlough Beach in Co Down on November 11th 2018 (Photo by Kevin Scott / Belfast Telegraph) Raging inferno in city centre: Firefighters deal with a major blaze at Primark in Belfast on August 28th 2018 (Photo by Kevin Scott / Belfast Telegraph) Arial views showing the aftermath of the fire in the Bank Buildings - Primark Belfast - August 29th 2018 (Photo by Kevin Scott / Belfast Telegraph) Rugby rape trial: Paddy Jackson leaves court after being found not guilty of rape. March 28th 2018(Photo by Kevin Scott / Belfast Telegraph) Pope's helping hand: A Priest attends the Pope as a gust of wind catches Pope Francis' cassock as he visits the holy shrine on August 26, 2018 in Knock, Ireland. (Photo by Charles McQuillan / Getty Images) Enduring friendship: Former US President Bill Clinton holds hands with former Prime Minister Tony Blair as they attend an event to mark the 20th anniversary of the Good Friday Agreement at Queens university on April 10, 2018 in Belfast, Northern Ireland. (Photo by Charles McQuillan / Getty Images) Heartbreaking loss: Three generations of the same family-including a baby and two teenagers were killed when the blaze engulfed their Derrylin home on February 27. Pic Justin Kernoghan. Surprises at Spelga Dam: Spelga Dam in the Mourne Mountains, Co Down, during the summer heatwave, when the water level dropped to reveal an old bridge and road which ran through the area before the dam was built. Pic Jonathan Porter Remembering William: Ellie McAuley (6), from Armoy, looks at a William Dunlop tribute banner in the paddock of Armoy road races. Dunlop lost his life in a crash during practice for the Skerries 100 on July 7. Stephen Davison. Victory for Billy: Billy Caldwell and mum Charlotte in Belfast after the Department of Health issued an emergency licence allowing doctors to treat him with medicinal cannabis. Pic Colm Lenaghan Olly Rocks: An energetic Olly Murs performs at Feile in west Belfast on August 11th 2018 (Photo by Kevin Scott / Belfast Telegraph) Historic Victory: Captain Katie Mullan of Ireland celebrates their victory with her team mates during the Pool B game between India and Ireland. Ireland went on to win a Silver in the tournament. (Photo by Christopher Lee / Getty Images) Family portrait: Martin McGuinnes's son Fiachra and grandson Dualta at the unveiling of the portrait of his father, the former deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness. The portrait was commissioned by the Northern Ireland Assembly Commission and will be exhibited in the Great Hall until Friday 6 April 2018, when it will be moved to a permanent location on the first floor of Parliament Buildings. Photo by William Cherry / Presseye Moving forward: Taoiseach Leo Varadkar meets Orange Grand Master Edward Stevenson as he visits the Museum of Orange Heritage in Belfast on June 8th 2018 (Picture by Kevin Scott / Belfast Telegraph) Ready for the parade: Abby Preston, aged five poses for a photograph during the annual 12th of July Orange march and demonstration taking place on July 12, 2018 in Belfast, Northern Ireland. (Photo by Charles McQuillan / Getty Images) Keeping Cool: Oro the Spanish Waterdog cools down as the temperature soars in Belfast during one of the hottest summer in Northern Ireland. Photo by William Cherry / Presseye Top of the world: Jonathan Rea won his fourth consecutive World Superbikes title. (Photo by Kevin Scott / Belfast Telegraph) Fairytale Beginnings: Britain's Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex kisses his wife Meghan, Duchess of Sussex as they leave from the West Door of St George's Chapel, Windsor Castle, in Windsor on May 19, 2018 in Windsor, England. (Photo by Ben Stansall - Getty Images) From Primark to the Prince, picture researcher Rachel Dean selects her favourite images of 2018.