Meghan Markle is the most talked-about bride on the planet in the present day.
Millions of people around the world will be tuning in to view her vows to Prince harry on this 19th May 2018. People are even more eager to know what gown she’s going to wear.
But it’s reported that the former American actress has been “repeatedly altering” her wedding dress after her dramatic weight loss due to pre-wedding health kick ahead of the big day.
Meghan loves to eat healthy food and used to regularly share her diet plans on her online lifestyle page.
She also mentioned green juice as her idea of fast food.
This article was originally published in the popular magazine The Sun.
The actress, 36 has needed multiple fittings with London-based designer duo Russo and Ralph after asking them for an “intricate and ornate” gown costing up to £40,000.
The insiders added that this American actress(retired) has asked for a £ 40,000 ‘intricate and ornate‘ gown that will be more of a ‘showstopper’ in comparison with Kate’s while still following the royal protocol boxes.
Accordingly, the 36 year old bride to be actress’s shoulder will be covered in St George’s Chapel at Windsor, when she exchanges vows with Prince Harry on 19th May.
According to the insiders even Prince Harry doesn’t know which designer his a fiancée has plumped for.
The dress designer of Miss Markle will only be revealed by Kensington Palace just after she arrives at St George’s Chapel in May 19.
This will be one of the most closely graded secrets around the royal wedding day.
The designer duo Tamara Ralph and Michael Russo who have designed the daring black sheer evening gown worn by the American actress in her first official portrait with Prince Harry are now 10-11 odds with bookmaker Coral to be revealed as her dress designer.
Queen Victoria established the tradition of picking a “headline” designer for a royal wedding in the year 1840, when she chose a crinoline-style court dress in white silk-stain made by Mary Bettans along with lace designed by William Dyce (head of the government school of Design).
Victoria asked that the American actress’s wedding gown be made from fabric woven in Spitalfields, east London – where the area’s weavers were dealing with the face of cheap foreign imports – and trimmed with a deep bounce and trimmings of hand-made lace in Beer, Honiton and Devon, to demonstrate her support for British industry.