Meghan Markle’s wedding dress designer revealed

Meghan Markle is wearing a wedding dress, designed by Claire Waight Keller.

After months of speculation and rumours, it was today revealed by Kensington Palace that Claire Waight Keller for Givenchy, the first female Artistic Director at the historic French fashion house, is behind the beautiful gown.

It features a boat neckline and an A-line style skirt. A flower from every Commonwealth country has also been embroidered on her veil.

Meghan is wearing Queen Mary’s Filigree Bandeau Tiara, which dates back to 1932. It contains a detachable brooch in the centre.

The name of the designer was announced as the smiling bride, 36, stepped out of the car, as she arrived at St George’s Chapel in Windsor, alongside her mum Doria Ragland .

Ever since she and Harry announced their engagement in November 2017, there have been a number of designers hotly tipped to create her dress, including Erdem, Christopher Bailey of Burberry, Ralph & Russo and Roland Mouret.

Meghan wore her hair up in a polished version of the signature messy bun that she has become reknowned for.

Just like sister-in-law Kate Middleton, she reportedly did her own make-up for the day, enlisting the help of her closest friends.

Meghan has wowed us with her style credentials at a number of public engagements in the months leading up to the royal wedding .

She’s displayed sartorial diplomacy by paying tribute to the cities and places she’s visited, by covering British brands, including retailers local to the area. When the couple visited Cardiff, she wore a pair of Hiut Denim jeans and demand has increased enormously for them.

She’s also helped to raise the profiles of other smaller labels, such as Edinburgh’s Strathberry bags and Charlotte Elizabeth satchels . But she’s also brought her own contemporary look to the royal family, paying tribute to Toronto (the city she lived in while filming Suits) by wearing Canadian brands Mackage, Smythe, Jason Wu and Greta Constantine.

The night before her wedding she arrived at Cliveden House Hotel wearing a navy blue Roland Mouret dress.

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