Meghan Markle dresses exquisitely as she weds Prince Harry in grand style

Its the D-day and Meghan Markle, the future Duchess of Sussex’s dressed in a white exquisite Givenchy gown, weds prince Harry in St George’s Chapel,London.

Clare Waight Keller, who designed the dress, became the first female artistic director of Givenchy last year.
Markle is also wearing a veil, which some may find quite unusual considering her strong feminist views.

However, the veil has a special, symbolic meaning behind it that relates to Prince Harry’s appointment as Commonwealth Youth Ambassador.

The Queen provided Markle with Queen Mary’s diamond bandeau tiara for the wedding.

The diamond bandeau of the tiara was made in 1932, while the brooch at its centre was created in 1893.
The diamond bandeau and brooch was given to the Queen in 1953 by Queen Mary.
The bridal bouquet was arranged by florist Philippa Craddock and includes Forget-Me-Nots, which were inspired by the late Princess Diana, jasmine, sprigs of myrtles and flowers picked out by Prince Harry yesterday from their private garden at Kensington Palace.

Prince Harry is wearing the Blues and Royals military uniform, which he was given permission to wear by the Queen.
His best man, the Duke of Cambridge, is also wearing the Blues and Royals military uniform.

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