I wish I could but that's quite complicated.
If the following lines are confusing, forget it.
Otherwise I'm sending a detailed indication about how to do by PM.
Technically I can add it to Wikipedia, but the issue is that Wikipedia's team is very strict about the Licence and it will be removed.
If your picture is added to Wikipedia, this means you authorize other people to freely use, modify, commercialize this photo. You can only request the photo is attributed to you, and that the modifications to the photo are also free to use and still attributed to you and the modifier. I cannot guaranty Wikipedia that you agree on this (especially that someone can use your photo to make money).
I've already published on Wikipedia a photo send to me by Carole Larričre (Victoria's mother). But it was removed from Wikipedia as this photo was also published on Victoria's site with "all right reserved" indication (It was the fifth photo of this tread's first message). I could not tell I was the author of the photo because I wasn't. And could not proved the author authorized publishing under "free to use" licence.
As one of my addition have been removed, If I add another photo on the same page it will be analysed carefully, and I'm sure it's possible to find you're post here with a portion of the photo.
For more information about licence watch the video on http://creativecommons.org/licenses/
The only licences accepted on Wikipedia are Attribution (CC-BY), Attribution - share alike (CC-BY-SA) and Public Domain (CC0 - http://creativecommons.org/publicdomain/