Meghan Markle's stunning wedding dress: here's all what we know about it
Meghan Markle's wedding dress promises to make quite a lot of people talk considering how beautiful and well-tailored it was by designer Clare Waight Keller.
The 47-year-old met Meghan Markle in early 2018. The now Duchess of Sussex was impressed by her talent and tenacity, as well as her relaxed behavior, which made it so much easier to work with.
Together, they discussed ideas when it comes to the way the wedding dress would have to be made, always with the tradition of the house in mind, according to Buckingham Palace.
In front of 2600 guests and millions watching around the world, the former Suits actress stepped out of the car in front of St. George's Chapel wearing a beautiful white gown and a veil covering her face.
The gown featured a triple silk organza and an open bateau neckline with three-quarter-length sleeves, giving it a more modern look.
The train was five meters long and the veil had a flowered outline.
The veil was very special for Meghan. She wanted it to have a floral representation of each of the 53 countries in the Commonwealth as a way to express her gratitude for being given the opportunity to support them.
Holding the veil in place was a tiara that belonged to Queen Mary. The diamond bandeau was lent to Meghan by Queen Elizabeth II and it was made in 1932.