Meghan Markle might have a classic American guilty pleasure at her royal wedding to Prince Harry
The royal couple reportedly wants to incorporate American influences, which could include classic comfort foods like hot dogs and doughnuts.
Wedding gown alert. Brides Andrea Park With just six weeks to go, it seems the With just six weeks to go, it seems the list of questions we have about Meghan Markle and Prince Harry‘ s wedding is According to a report from Diary Directory, Erdem , the British fashion brand headed by Canada-born
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With just six weeks to go, it seems the list of questions we have about and 's wedding is growing longer by the minute. Who will be Meghan's ? Will the Spice Girls really at the reception? How many of Harry's will be in attendance? And, perhaps most pressingly, what will Meghan's dress look like? Though there's a good chance we won't find out the answers to any of those until May 19, that hasn't stopped lovers of all things royal from speculating—and now, they've got a new, pretty believable theory about which designer Meghan has chosen to dress her on her big day.
Meghan Markle’s Wedding Dress Could Be a Not So Subtle Nod to Queen Elizabeth
Meghan Markle’s wedding dress is very much under wraps, but that hasn’t stopped the public from guessing which designer she’ll choose to make the gown. Meghan Markle’s wedding dress is very much under wraps, but that hasn’t stopped the public from guessing which designer she’ll choose to make the gown. Alexander McQueen, Roland Mouret, and Inbal Dror are three of the contenders we’ve heard thrown around, but according to a royal expert, Markle may go with a more traditional pick.
MEGHAN MARKLE ’ s wedding dress will cost less that Kate Middleton ’ s , but may be more dazzling, according to sources. The dress of Meghan and Prince Harry’ s Kate Middleton ’ s wedding dress was made from white and ivory satin, and was designed by Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen.
Meghan : "[ Meghan Markle ] was holding a wedding bouquet which flowers were replicated in Princess Charlotte and the other bridesmaids’ flower crowns. As Meghan ’ s bridesmaids were so young, having this flower on their heads could be considered a dangerous decision. Other brides have also used
According to a report from, Erdem, the British fashion brand headed by Canada-born Erdem Moralıoğlu, recently stopped outsourcing its public relations team, hiring a new in-house PR manager instead. As notes, this "staffing up" could be Erdem's way of preparing for the onslaught of attention they would undoubtedly receive if they were responsible for designing Meghan Markle's wedding gown.
It's not a far-fetched theory: Not only has Meghan worn Erdem designs several times before, but soon-to-be sister-in-lawis also a fan. Most recently, the Duchess of Cambridge wore two gorgeous to nighttime events during her and husband Prince William's royal tour of Scandinavia in January.
Meghan Markle Picked Her Maid of Honor and No, It’s Not Kate Middleton
While the future royal and her soon-to-be sister-in-law are growing closer by the day, Meghan picked a different woman to stand with her at the altar. A source close to the royals told Entertainment Tonight that Markle will “choose one of her closest friends who has stood by her for many years before meeting Harry.” While the report didn’t name the friend, our best guess is Jessica Mulroney, the Toronto-based stylist that has been by Markle’s side since her early days on Suits.
MEGHAN MARKLE has been a bit hit and miss in the style stakes so far – which makes the question of what she will wear on May 19 extra intriguing. Princess Diana famously wore a wedding dress with a very long trainCredit: Hulton Archive - Getty. Another option could be Erdem from Canada, where
Meghan Markle opted for a Givenchy wedding dress designed by British designer Clare Waight Keller. The stunning and simply designed dress What was Kate Middleton ' s wedding dress and did it cost more than Meghan ' s ? Kate Middleton wore a Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen gown
Other potential designers for the Suits actress's gown include France-based Roland Mouret, who coylythe New York Post in February that he loves to "work in collaboration" with Meghan; Israeli designer Inbal Dror, who confirmed to in December that they had received a request for a sketch from Kensington Palace; and British line Ralph & Russo, who designed Meghan's dress and were by an anonymous source last month as the royal-to-be's choice for her upcoming nuptials.
For her own lavish April 2011 ceremony, Kate sported a stunning long-sleeved,designed by Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen (who is also on the list of Meghan's potential designers). The palace didn't reveal the masterminds behind Kate's dress until the day of the wedding—so, no matter who Meghan chooses to design her gown, it's unlikely that she'll spill the beans until she's literally walking down the aisle in said gown.
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Meghan Markle: bookmakers bet on a name that would be hot in the heart of DianaThe birth of the first child of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will not be long in coming. In anticipation of this happy event the British bookmakers are running at full speed. According to their estimates, the Duke and Duchess could opt for an unexpected and particularly dear name in the heart of Diana.
Meghan Markle would she finally do nothing like the others? In any case, that is what is still trying to advance part of the English-language press. After assuring that the Duchess would not give birth to her first child in the famous Lindo Wing at St Mary's Hospital in London, where Kate Middleton gave birth to her two sons and daughter, the tabloids felt that the Duchess Sussex would not use a nanny either, unlike her sister-in-law. Now bookmakers across the Channel are mingling with the game and suggesting that Harry and Meghan may choose an unexpected name for their child, far from the more classic options that the British royal family usually refers to.
As for every birth of the descendants of Queen Elizabeth II, the English bookmakers take undisguised pleasure to guess what could be the name of the new born to come. For the first child of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, Grace, Diana and Arthur are currently in the lead, the sex of the child is not yet known to the general public. Another option, however, is talking about her lately. That of the Italian first name Allegra. Still playable at odds of 100 against 1 a few days ago, the name has risen to 20 against 1 in record time. He becomes today the favorite outsider of punters. "This Italian name means 'Joyeuse' and would be Diana's first name for her child if she had a daughter," says the Sun. According to the spokesperson of a famous English online betting site, bookmakers "would not be surprised if the name is leading the forecast by the official announcement of birth." Still, the child born in the world should be a girl.
If the wink to the dead mother of Prince Harry is enough to move the British bettor, the rating of a name among the bookmakers does not guarantee anything. This kind of estimate has indeed already occurred during the successive births of the three children of Prince William and his wife Kate Middleton. Thus, the last comer, Louis, should have been called Arthur to believe the punters. His sister, Charlotte, would have been named Alice. The first child of the couple, George, would have called him ... George. Bookmakers can not always be wrong. The outcome of the bets currently taking place can not be delayed, the birth of Meghan Markle being imminent as confirmed by the royal correspondent of the British channel ITV.
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The Fascinating Reason Why British Royals Save the Top of Their Wedding Cake .
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have been shaking it up in terms of royal wedding traditions. Unlike American tradition where the cake top is saved (and stored in the back of the freezer) to be enjoyed on the first anniversary, the British royal family has a different purpose for saving their cake: to serve at their future children’s christenings. How sweet! (Pun intended.