Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s wedding is just few days away. Looking at the scenario, things are coming into place. And, the most important decision is finalised.
The most awaited decision is now here.
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Meghan has finally decided the dress she will wear on her wedding day. She is reportedly planning to wear two wedding dresses on her big day.
Meghan Markle’s wedding dress has been under speculation from the very start.
The former American actress who will marry her Prince charming on May 19 is wearing a Russo & Ralph dress to walk down the aisle. According to our reports, Meghan Markle will wear a heavily beaded dress, costing the royal family £100,000.
But, why wear two dresses?
Well, it appears Meghan’s future sister-in-law, Kate Middleton has been an inspiration. It’s believed that the soon-to-be royal will wear two dresses on her big day. The Russo & Ralph one to the ceremony, and another to the reception.
Way back in 2011, when Prince William and Kate Middleton tied the knot in Westminster, the Duchess of Cambridge wore a Alexander McQueen wedding gown. Later, she opted for a simple dress and jacket combination. It was also by Alexander McQueen, for the reception.
Reports also say, that Kate Middleton didn’t like Meghan copying her and opting out two dresses for her special day. But, maybe this will all go once Meghan officially enters the royal family.
Meghan will value the royal traditions of the family.
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Must be wondering how? Well, at least this time, she has decided to wear a traditional gown for the ceremony and the second will be a bit more modern.
As she will be wearing two dresses, the plan is for her to change after the ceremony. So, she can party the night away in something less restrictive. Seems like Meghan can’t wait to surprise everyone, especially Harry.
Let’s hope that the most awaited royal wedding of the year goes as planned with joy and fun.