Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's royal wedding is one of the most anticipated events of next year. While many of the details like the venue and date have already been disclosed, we're dying to know who will make Meghan's wedding dress. Now we have a hint on a possible design.
Israel-based bridal designer Inbal Dror confirmed to People that the Kensington Palace requested sketches for the wedding. Meanwhile, TMZ obtained three of the sketches, which show long-sleeved dresses reminiscent of other royal brides like Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton and Princess Diana.
Inbal often designs non-traditional wedding gowns with sexy silhouettes, sheer fabric, and plunging necklines. As Vogue described, "Dror is not known for dressing blushingly demure brides."
So these potential wedding gowns for Meghan are different from Inbal's past creations. The designer also has a star-studded clientele, which includes Beyonce and Naomi Watts.
In the past, Meghan told Glamour that she wanted a wedding gown that is "classic and simple is the name of the game, perhaps with a modern twist" and "whimsical or subtly romantic." So expect that style on her May 19th nuptials.
Inbal Dror is just one of the many designers that they have to choose from for the big day. But which design do you think would suit Meghan best?