With the biggest wedding of 2018 only a few days away, details of Meghan and Prince Harry's royal wedding have been surfacing daily.
In fact, we now know that Meghan reportedly plans to wear two dresses for her big day on May 19.
Here’s what we know!
According to the Daily Mail, multiple royal and fashion industry sources have revealed that the future Duchess has chosen London-based couture house Ralph & Russo to design her wedding dress.
The name Ralph & Russo should sound familiar since Meghan wore a $75,000 semi-sheer black gown from the label for her official engagement portrait.
As you may expect, photos of the dress she plans to walk down the aisle with has yet to be seen, but sources have revealed the gown will be hand-stitched with beautiful beaded work, will cost $135,737 (£100,000), and will be purchased by the royal family.
“It sounds like a lot, but this is the wedding of the year and hundreds of hours of manpower have gone into making it, almost all by hand,” the source shared.
Sounds like a fairytale!
If you plan to see a “Formation”-style wedding party, think again.
While Meghan’s mother will accompany her as she rides to the chapel and her father will walk her down the aisle, officials have recently confirmed Meghan couldn’t choose a maid of honor because she had a hard time choosing one super close girlfriend.
“They have been actively involved in helping her prepare for the day and will be there with her the day before in London,” a spokesman shared while adding, “She will be pleased to have their support on the day but they have no official role.”
We are sure the friends are just happy to be by her side!
So what does Prince Harry think about the dress?
Sources are saying that the groom has been “remarkably traditional” and prefers to keep the dress a “complete surprise.”
“He is so excited about the wedding and is being remarkably traditional about everything,” the source shared.
As for the second look, Meghan plans to change into a dresss by famed British brand Burberry for the black-tie evening reception thrown by Prince Charles.
How exciting! We just wonder if the dress will be similar to the dress sketches leaked back in December.
We'll just have to wait until the big day like the other billions of viewers expected to watch worldwide!
ICYMI: Kensington Palace recently revealed that the newlyweds will not be honeymooning until later this summer.
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