Markle's longtime friend dishes on the dress, in the lead up to the royal wedding.
Another Markle fan Theresa Kidd, 31, adds: "I'm super excited to be able to participate in any way that I can, while I can't fly very quickly to the United Kingdom to stand outside Windsor Castle".
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's wedding ceremony is going to be a royal wedding no one has ever seen before. Her name will probably be Princess Henry of all Wales, and any different name the Queen might opt to bestow (Henry will be Harry's real title).
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry will tie the knot on Saturday, May 19 in front of thousands of people at St. George's Chapel, Windsor Castle-and millions more worldwide. No matter who designed her dress, it's sure to be British and fitting for a royal wedding, although perhaps somewhat toned down from the looks chosen by Diana and Kate, because she's not marrying a future king of England.
During the ceremony, Lady Jane Fellowes, one of Princess Diana's older sisters, will give a reading in a nod to the Spencer side of the family.
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Another commoner to marry into the Royal Family was Sophie Rhys-Jones, who said "I do" to the Queen's youngest child, Prince Edward, in 1999.
We don't know in what world Meghan is living that she's allowed Harry to invite his two best-known exes, Cressida Bonas and Chelsy Davy probablt to watch her walk down the aisle with Harry. They say this tradition is very important - but that won't keep speculators from trying to guess who has received the most important dressmaking assignment of the year.
"Harry likes raucous crowd-pleasers, while Meghan is a fan of gentler, jazzier tunes", the publication wrote adding that this caused a headache for the couple while choosing their wedding-night entertainment.
"It will be their chance to express their gratitude for the goodwill and warm wishes they have received from all quarters in the months since their engagement", Kensington Palace said. They will spend their first night as a married couple in Windsor Castle.