If and when Prince Harry finally pops the question to Meghan Markle, a prominent British fashion designer has raised his hand to create her wedding dress.
Giles Deacon, who designed Pippa Middleton's bride gown, is ready for the gig.
"If Meghan Markle was in any way interested, I would be more than delighted," Giles told the Daily Star.
"But I'm sure she's got plenty of other people on her list."
The designer added that he's keen to work with "anybody who is very passionate about wanting something beautiful".
In the meantime, an elite UK jeweller has spoken out about Meghan's engagement ring – and he believes it will likely have a "large diamond with a few little diamonds set around it".
With rumours rife that Harry will be proposing to the Suits actress, former jeweller to the royals Stephen Barnard has revealed what kind of ring the prince thinks he will propose with.
"I think if Harry were to propose it would be a ring with a large diamond, with a few little diamonds set around it. I think it will be stylish, I think it will be a large cut diamond, with maybe a dozen or so pave stones, lots of little diamonds all set together, around it," Stephen said.
"I don't think he will choose a sapphire like his mother's. Precious stones are dated. She is young, vivacious, American and stylish. I don't think they will be very traditional. I think they will be more modern. I think it will be platinum, with maybe a few eternity rings to go with it."