Meghan Markle wedding dress designer revealed?

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Meghan Markle wedding dress designer revealed?

Meghan  Markle Wedding Dress revealed soon!!!

We can hardly wait to discover who will beautiful Meghan Markle choose to design her wedding dress.

Ahh so you are not invited? us neither but that doesn’t stop a thing even the unpredictable British weather can not  stop the fun, the romance, the pure excitement of this match made in heaven.

 

Wedding fayre

The pure suspense is destroying us here at dress by JaS & Ben. If it was up to us there is only of to choose from, for us it is as obvious as the cute little nose on Meghans stunning face.

(we need to stop searching for the answer all day long and actually do some of our own work!)

Royal Wedding Dress opinion

There is no doubt who is the undisputed champion in  JaS & Ben’s  list, actually 1st,2nd & 3rd position goes to:

2016 British Designer Award winner Helen Woollams, creative director Hellavagirl The originality, the take on design truly sets her apart as one talented UK based fashionistas. ( Is this word still used?- must check the up to date fashion glossary!!)

 

 

Black 7 White gown

Black & white dress

Royal afternoon tea

Royal wedding crowds

We don’t speak, looking at her collections In art its called Stenhal Syndrome.

Meghan Markle’s wedding dress designer revealed

No news has been released yet of the designer of Meghan’s dress, but bookies have released their odds ahead of the big day.
French designer Roland Mouret is currently tipped to be the favourite by Betfair (2/1).
Other designers with odd include Alexander McQueen – the designer of Kate Middleton’s wedding gown – (16/1).
Also high for the odds are Toronto-based designer Mikhael Kane (18/1), Burberry (18/1), Emilia Wickstead (18/1) and Greta Constantine (20/1).
Betfair included Victoria Beckham in the list, with odds at 25/1.
Princess Diana’s wedding dress designer, David Emanuel, said he would be thrilled to design Meghan’s gown and predicted she will wear a form-fitting dress to go down the aisle.
“Meghan flew in her close friend and bridal stylist Jessica Mulroney from Toronto to London last weekend where she attended a top-secret fitting at Kensington Palace with the designer…
“They’ve tried on a number of different designs and are currently whittling it down to pick the best design for the day.”
Meghan ordered a bespoke, custom-made dress during the fitting at Nottingham Cottage, the Kensington Palace home she shares with Harry, according to reports.
The prince made himself scare for the fitting, while Meghan asked for “something simple and classy and very elegant”, Omid added.
Jessica is one of Canada’s best known stylists, who counts the country’s first lady Sophie Gregoire Trudeau among her clients.
What was Kate Middleton’s wedding dress?
The wedding of Kate Middleton and Prince William in 2011 was one of the most watched ceremonies in history – and her spectacular Alexander McQueen v-neck dress stole the show.
She wore a long-sleeved lace gown that later went on display at Buckingham Palace during a summer exhibition.
The Duchess of Cambridge also wore a second wedding dress on the big day that not many people were aware of, and it is just as captivating as the first.
After the ceremony the stunning bride ditched her elaborate, lace gown and changed into a romantic, ivory satin wonder.
The sensational dress was also designed by Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen but featured a much simpler, but equally stunning design.
9 May 2018, as Prince Harry and Meghan Markle
Just like Kate Middleton, the ‘Meghan effect’ is well and truly in force, and fans have clamoured to find out what she’s wearing on every engagement she’s taken part in so far.
Meghan has previously spoke of her love for fashion and since she’s injected a bit of LA style into the royal family so far, rumours about which designer she’ll choose have been rife.
Once asked about what her dream gown would be, Meghan revealed it would be ‘classic and simple’.
“I personally prefer dresses that are whimsical or subtly romantic,” reports Hello!
But the details of her gown and the designer are likely to be kept top secret up until the big day itself.

Royal wedding cake

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