Could these Sketches be Meghan Markle's Royal Wedding Dress?

December 20, 2017

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The next Royal Wedding is less than six months away on May 19th, 2018! That's the day Prince Harry will marry American actress Meghan Markle. I believe that there will be a huge interest in May's Royal Wedding, which will be televised and streamed World-wide because of Meghan being an American. She's also mixed-race and was married previously and is now divorced. 

The last Royal Wedding with Prince William and Kate Middleton had an estimated 2.8 billion people around the world watch. Social media and live streaming sources have grown exponentially since so that means there's a much larger opportunity for people to watch the nuptials this coming May.

As we get closer to May, we will start to learn more details about Harry and Meghan's big day. One of the latest possible details to come out involve her possible wedding gown. 

Sketches have leaked online from designer Inbal Dror, who has allegedly been asked to sketch up some ideas for Meghan's dress. Dror is a leading designer or bridal gowns and evening dresses in Isreal. As you can see from the three sketches below, the ideas for Meghan's dress are drastically different from other Royal Wedding dresses.

The first two options are a lot more modern and show more skin than other royal dresses in the past. They are also snug to the body which is also something we haven't seen in the past. Both Princess Diana and Kate Middleton wore a-line dresses that were on the more conservative side. 

But Meghan's different and we could see one of these edgier looks walk down the aisle come May. I would be all for it. I love the first sketch personally. But I don't see it being completely open from the chest to the navel. I think the dress designer would utilize some lace to make it a little more Royal appropriate.