The bride-to-be might inherit a special item from the late Princess Diana's personal collection.
As reported by Pop Culture, Meghan Markle, 36, is likely to wear Diana's tiara when she marries Prince Harry, 33.
The People's Princess wore a beautiful tiara when she tied the knot with Prince Charles in July 1981. Diana gave it to her brother, Charles, the current Earl Spencer, after the wedding.
Harry could ask his uncle, Charles, for the tiara and loan it to Meghan on their wedding day, according to Pop Culture.
Kate Middleton, 36, also wore one of Diana's tiaras. In July 2017, the Duchess of Cambridge was spotted wearing the Cambridge Lover's Knot tiara when King Felipe and Queen Letizia of Spain visited the United Kingdom.
Kate wore it again at Queen Elizabeth II's winter party at Buckingham Palace in December 2017. But the expectant mother didn't wear one of Diana's tiaras when she married Prince William on April 29, 2011, at Westminster Abbey.
Instead, Kate borrowed a minor tiara from Queen Elizabeth II on her big day. She chose the 1936 Cartier halo headpiece which was given to the Queen for her 18th birthday.
Meghan is already the owner of some of Princess Diana's jewels. Her engagement ring includes two diamonds from the princess’s collection, along with a new Botswana diamond.
"It’s incredibly special to be able to have this, which sort of links where you come from and Botswana, which is important to us, and it’s perfect," Harry once said in the interview.
Diana’s personal jewelry collection now belongs to Harry and William.
Meghan has been settling into her new life with Harry in London, since their engagement on November 27, 2017.
Their engagement came two months after they made their first public appearance as a couple during the Invictus Games in Toronto, Canada.
The couple is set to wed at St. George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle on May 19, 2018.