Prince Harry and Meghan Markle engagement on the cards – could THIS be her wedding dress?
Now an internationally renowned fashion designer has described how he would design Meghan’s dress, exclusively to Express.co.uk.
Julien Macdonald, 46-year-old Welsh designer, was named “British Fashion Designer of the Year”, and on 15 March 2001, was appointed as chief designer at Givenchy , after Alexander McQueen.
Describing Meghan’s style, Julien said: “I think she has a great style, very classic, very chic, very glamorous.”
The designer, who was at one point tipped to design Kate Middleton’s wedding dress, explained he would envisage Meghan’s dress as ‘dreamy and romantic’.
However, he added it is very important to work one on one with the bride to make the dress something she has always envisioned on the big day.
Julien said: “I would work with her for her desired look I think it would be very dreamy and romantic, I think it would be my job in interpreting her dream dress.”
Julien is known for glamorous and high-octane designs, and has sent a wedding dress worth £4 million down the catwalk.
The dress, which appeared in the SS15 collection in 2014, including the diamond-encrusted wedding gown.
Bookies has Julien at 6-1 to design Kate Middleton’s wedding dress, however, the Duchess chose head of Alexander McQueen Sarah Burton.
Many, many A-listers have worn Julien’s designs, including Jennifer Lopez, Gigi Hadid and Taylor Swift.
So if Meghan chooses a dress by Julien she will be in the Hollywood company that she is used to.
Many have speculated over the ring Prince Harry will choose for Meghan.
Royal watchers have noted previous royals are not choosing plain diamonds, but instead flaunting coloured jewels.
The most famous of these is Princess Diana’s, a sapphire, which she chose herself from the Garrard catalogue in 1981. It was worth £28,000 at the time.
Prince Harry inherited this ring on his mother’s death in 1997, but gave it to his brother to propose to Kate Middleton with in 2010.