These Sketches *Could* Be Our First Look at Meghan Markle's Wedding Dress

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In just six months, Meghan Markle is due to walk down the aisle and Wednesday Prince Harry in what is sure to be a fairytale wedding.

From her hair, make-up, jewellery and wedding dress, royal watchers will be taking notes and no doubt comparing the Suits actress' appearance to past regal brides. She is therefore likely to opt for a completely bespoke wedding dress so she can have full control over the design from start to finish.

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! She also counts Naomi Watts among her celebrity clients.

Over the weekend, it was announced that 36-year-old Meghan and 33-year-old Prince Harry will tie the knot at Windsor Castle on May 19th next year.


As the Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton, is expecting her third child in April, it's thought that they have planned the wedding for after Kate's due date.

Talk of Markle's wedding dress has been the subject of much speculation since the royal household - who are paying for the whole wedding - allegedly got in touch with Israeli designer Inbal Dror - who designed Beyonce's bespoke gown for the 2016 Grammys. The first submission is a long fitted gown with a deep-v neckline that is made more demure by a ruffled high-necked lace inlay which also peeks out from the dress' long sleeves at the wrists and at bottom of the mermaid skirt.

"We received a request from the royal family to send a sketch", an Inbal Dror spokesperson told People magazine. Well, as of right now, the sketch is under lock and key, with Inbal Dror refusing to give any wedding dress details.

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