Clear your calendar, there’s another royal wedding on the way and the question on everyone’s lips is what will Meghan Markle wear?
Undoubtedly the soon-to-be princess will have designers queuing up to show her their gowns, but there are a few likely candidates emerging as front runners.
It was rumoured back in August that Prince Harry is keen for fellow Brit and friend Victoria Beckham, to create a dress for his bride.
While Beckham doesn’t normally make wedding gowns, she has designed some stunningly sleek white numbers that give us an idea of what kind of dress she would create.
She’s also responsible for the dress Eva Longoria wore down the aisle.
Even before the happy couple announced their engagement, British designer Giles Deacon, put his hand up for the gig.
Deacon is the man behind Pippa Middleton's stunning gown, and would certainly do a good job at making sure Meghan is covered enough for Westminster Abbey.
"If Meghan Markle was in any way interested, I would be more than delighted," Giles told the Daily Star in October.
"But I'm sure she's got plenty of other people on her list."
Ines Di Santo
While a British designer seems like an obvious choice for a future British royal, Meghan may choose to pay homage to her home country Canada on her special day.
The Toronto based actress wouldn’t go wrong with any of Ines Di Santo’s creations that seem perfectly fit for a princess.
Her whimsical designs are a cross between Cinderella and modern elegance, and would certainly suit Meghan’s elegant style.Why the Queen won’t be at Harry and Meghan’s wedding
Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen
Another obvious choice would be Sarah Burton who famously designed both of Kate Middleton’s royal wedding dresses.
With so much experience on the highest stage, Burton would be a no brainer for Meghan – unless she wants to break the mould!
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