Oh the poor souls can you imagine, please give them peace and time to work out the future of their relationship.
Yes she had arrived in London and if the pair have any sense they will take their time and not be pressured into any such announcement. After all Meghan has been married before & surely should take time to get used to all the rigors of royal rigmaroles.
Ok so her role as Rachel Zane means she has been trying wedding dresses but Bridal Designers from around the world have been creating wedding dress designs for her.
Chelsea's flagship atelier Sassi Holford says Meghan would be easy to dress and would be honoured and humbled to make her wedding dress. The sketch above is Sassi's idea, with fine tulle, hand- appliquéd on to a semi-opaque duchess organza to give it lightness & movement.
While Ines Di Santo from Toronto says she would deem it the highlight of her career to create a wedding gown for the stunning Suits star. The dress Ines is figure hugging made of ivory Lyon lace embroidered with crystals and pearls with a train of tulle and raised silk organza flowers and a soft blush underlay. As you can see from the sketch it's an off the shoulder design with a low cut back to show case her statuesque physique.
Meanwhile Dennis Basso, a New York couturier who has dressed Melania Trump and Catherine Zeta-Jones says designing a dress for fellow American Meghan Markle would be a dream come true.
A traditional yet regal, also modern and contemporary dress in a subtle shell white, soft duchess satin, with deep pleated folds from the waistline, pearl and Swarovski crystals across the shoulder line, swirling on the train and on the cuffs of 3/4 length sleeves.
Below is Jacques Azagury's design.
It would be made from tulle over white organza decorated with 3di appliqué flowers in silver and white, which would also cover transparent upper body, arms and back. This design by Ben De Lisi is one of three that he did. Feminine and flouncy with bell-shaped sleeves with beads and seed pearls around the neckline. The finishing touch is the gathered georgette train, to give the dress grandeur.
With his flare for smooth, flowing lines, striking silhouettes and use of sumptuous fabrics, the Danish fashion Designer Uffe Frank has designed Meghan a white organza,scoop- neck gown, with little embroidered silk flowers, butterflies and fresh water pearls.
This design by Frenchman Stephane Rolland is in a white crepe with a cape of gazar. After he took into account all the things he feels Meghan likes and what suits her shape he wanted to emphasise her stunning figure and confidence. To add a Royal touch he has added appliquéd lace on the train which comes from the middle of the back. He hopes the Queen would have a vintage brooch on the side to highlight the shoulders.
Nikki Yassemi also wants to show off Meghans long legs and fabulous figure and so envisages a combination of a fitted dress with a flowing train, the best of both worlds. Nikki has chosen a shade between ivory and white, the fitted part of the dress is lace embellished with beading. The billowing train at the back would be in a heavy silk organza. The sleeves and upper body are tulle decorated with lace.
Well now out of all of these which would you choose??