Meghan Markle’s dazzling wedding dress to go on display at Windsor Castle for the first time
Royal Wedding enthusiasts will now have the chance to relive that historic day at Windsor Castle this October.
Meghan Markle’s stunning Givenchy wedding dress will be going on public display.
The public will get to see Queen Mary’s 1932 diamond and platinum bandeau tiara that was lent to the Duchess of Sussex by the Queen for the first time.
Meghan’s breathtaking wedding dress that was designed by British designer Claire Waight Keller will on display at exhibition titled A Royal Wedding: The Duke And Duchess Of Sussex.
Well-wishers, fashion lovers, royal enthusiasts will all have the chance to the details of the silk gown, five-metre long train.
The stunning veil that is embroidered with the flowers of all 53 Commonwealth countries and Wintersweet and a California Poppy will be on display as well.
Clare revealed the American told her from the start exactly how she wanted to look at her Royal Wedding and that it took no less than eight fittings to create the
She said: “We very quickly agreed on the perfect dress.
“I wanted a modern and fresh silhouette while respecting her style.”
She said it was “an immense honour to have worked closely with Meghan” and also revealed that the Duke of Sussex congratulated her after the wedding.
“Prince Harry came to me and said, ‘Oh my God. Thank you. She is absolutely magnificent.’
“I am very proud.It’s a fairy tale.”
The Royal Collection Trust told Express.co.uk that Meghan’s second stunning dress of the evening that was designed by Stella McCartney will not be part of the exhibition.
A copy of the Duke of Sussex’s Savile Row-tailored uniform will be on display.
Prince Harry’s outfit was a specially commissioned frockcoat uniform of the Blues and Royals was made by Dege & Skinner.
The uniform will be paid with trousers made of blue and black wool barathea.
The exhibition will start at the wedding site of Windsor Castle before making its way to Holyrood Palace.
It will be at Windsor Castle from October 26 to January 6, and at Holyrood Palace from June 14 to October 6 next year.
Source: EXPRESS CO UK