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Hurrah! Meghan Markle’s Wedding Dress Revealed

Meghan Markle wedding dress

Meghan Markle in Givenchy by Clare Waight Keller. Courtesy Getty

After month’s of speculation, Meghan Markle‘s wedding dress has been revealed. The bride is wearing a stunning ivory gown with train and veil by British designer Clare Waight Keller who helms the French fashion house Givenchy for her wedding today to HRH Prince Harry at Windsor Castle. The luminous bride has arrived at St George’s Chapel with her six little bridesmaids and pageboys. Among them are HRH Prince George and HRH Princess Charlotte. Greeted by the Dean of Windsor, she has entered the chapel and will soon be joined halfway down the aisle by HRH Prince Charles. Her soon-to-be father-in-law will escort her from the quire to the altar where HRH Prince Harry is standing alongside his best man—his brother, the future King of England, HRH Prince William.

The wedding service at the 15th-century Gothic chapel, decorated with white peonies and roses, will last an hour. Guests include Amal Clooney, James Blunt, and Victoria Beckham. The order of service, released last night, reveals that among the classical music, contemporary pop song Stand by Me will be sung. Afterward, the couple will embark on an open carriage procession through Windsor. It is reported that 10 000 people are lining the streets ready to greet the couple. Later this evening, all the guests will convene at Frogmore House, where HRH Prince Charles will host a dinner in the couple’s honor. This is the first time since Wallis Simpson’s marriage to HRH Prince Edward, Duke of Windsor, in 1937, that an American will join the royal family through marriage. Ms Markle and HRH Prince Harry have been given the titles of Duke and Duchess of Sussex.

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