Meghan is getting all the things ready for her big day. The wedding dress is the most important. Meghan has finally picked up a designer for her wedding dress.
Her wedding day comes near as the days pass. Here’s everything we know about her gown so far.
The question up is who will be designing the dress?
According to our reports, fittings have already been taken place in Meghan and Prince Harry’s Nottingham Cottage home. Sources tell us that Ms Meghan has officially picked a wedding dress designer and had her first fitting at Kensington Palace last week.
The designer who actually has a chance to design the wedding dress could be Erdem as a 2-1 favourite. The other designers with high odds include Roland Mouret (3/1), Inbal Dror (7/2) and Jenny Packham (4/1).
Victoria Beckham, to craft the royal wedding gown?
There has also been a lot of speculation that Victoria Beckham could be the woman crafting her gown. Why? Only because Markle wore one of her designs in her official engagement portraits. But Victoria put that rumour to rest. How?
When asked about it, she said: “Meghan looked absolutely beautiful in my jumper. I’m sure it will be a really fun wedding. But no, she hasn’t asked me to do the dress”.
Earlier, Meghan has reached out to Delphine Manivet, Christos Costarellos, Ellie Saab and J.Mendel as bridal designers she particularly preferred. But, don’t expect the name to leak anytime soon. Right now only a small and a selected group of people know the designer’s name. Even Prince Harry made himself scarce during the first fitting.
What will the gown look like?
Anyone expecting Meghan Markle to walk down the aisle in a traditional white lace dress, prepare themselves to be disappointed. In March of 2016, she described her perfect wedding gown during an interview.
“I have the luxury of wearing beautiful pieces of clothing each day for work, so my personal style is very much pared down and relaxed. For me? Classic and simple is the name of the game, perhaps with a modern twist”.
“I personally like those wedding dresses that are whimsical or subtly romantic. For TV we did have to bring the neckline up a touch because the producer wanted it. But, the original design had a low ballerina inspired neckline and I really loved it”.
Wondering who actually helped Meghan make the decision? Here you go.
Meghan Markle’s good and close friend, Jessica Mulroney was in London to help her through the process. She flew into London on February 12, spending four days at the couple’s Nottingham Cottage home.