Everything You Need To Know About Meghan Markle's Wedding Dress


"Wishing Meghan and Prince Harry a lifetime of love, laughter and happiness together", she shared.

This week, she joined Harry, his brother, Prince William, and William's wife, Duchess Kate Middleton, for Christmas lunch with the Queen.

But what people really want to know is who Markle will be wearing to her nuptials.

Speaking to Elle magazine a year ago about her designs, Dror, who has been designing wedding dresses since 2014, said: "I think the bold style".

And while Markle was certainly a special guest at the event, she was undoubtedly outshined by little Prince George and Princess Charlotte.

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But the gown options Dror offers Markle attempt to combine her demure aesthetic with royal-friendly designs.

The Queen's invitation to the US-born actress is further evidence of the royal family's warm welcome for her ahead of the couple's May wedding at Windsor Castle.

While the detail and figure-hugging shape of the sketches would be a departure for traditional royal brides, the high-neck design and long-sleeves would be in-keeping with past dresses. Dror is based in Israel and specializes in bridal gowns and evening wear.

While Prince Harry famously met Ivanka's mother-in-law, first lady Melania Trump, in Toronto while hosting the Invictus Games in September, there's no word on whether he's met with Ivanka.

There's no word yet on which dress Meghan will walk down the aisle in (or if she'll even go with a Dror design at all), but all that's certain is she'll look stunning in whatever dress she chooses! Beyonce wore a wedding gown from Dror's Fall 2016 collection to the 2016 Grammy Awards. Online's Sophie Vokes-Dudgeon. "We're all excited about Harry and Meghan's big day but not quite as excited as Windsor's hoteliers who have probably just made enough money to shut up shop for the rest of May".