It has been over a year since Meghan Markle and Prince Harry said ‘yes’ at St George’s Chapel in Windsor last May. That day, Meghan surprised Harry with a gentle gesture, as she had embroidered flowers from all countries of the Commonwealth into her beautiful six foot veil. Meghan wore an unforgettable Givenchy dress on her wedding day and her veil featured beautiful, intricate embroidery. Speaking in an HBO documentary, Queen of the World Meghan revealed that Harry had no idea she would join the Commonwealth in such an intimate way.
“[Harry was] really excited to find out that I would make this choice for our day together, âMeghan told a royal curator as she looked at the dress.
She also revealed that it was not just Harry who was delighted with the choice of embroidery in his wedding attire, stating: “I think the other family members had a similar reaction,” she said. -she adds.
Express.co.uk spoke to stylist Melita Latham and she said Meghan’s choice of veil reveals the role and stance she wants to take in joining the royal family.
She said: âMeghan is a strong woman and knows exactly what she wants. Her embroidered veil pattern was a clear example of Meghan’s wish to pay tribute to new beginnings, her husband and the Commonwealth.
“The intricate details and workmanship that took 500 hours to complete is a unique symbol of unity, being part of the royal family and indeed of the world, the Commonwealth.”
She added: ‘Meghan’s two personal favorites are believed to be the Wintersweet which grows in the grounds of Kensington Palace and the California poppy from Meghan’s birthplace in California.
“It was a huge and sweet gesture to bring so many ‘worlds’ together. A very beautiful sign that Meghan wants to bring harmony, love and support to her husband’s charities and bring us all closer together.”
Meghan recently launched her own line of highstreet clothing, and as with her veil, it appears she also wanted to make a statement with the workwear line as she hinted at her romance with Harry.
The Duchess created a clothing line in her latest charity project. Proceeds from the capsule collection are donated to Smart Works, a charity that helps women work.
Now it has been revealed how Meghan took inspiration from Prince Harry for clothes.
Meghan and Harry’s first official royal appearance was at the Invictus Games in Toronto in 2017.
On the third day of the event, Meghan wore the white Misha Nonoo brand shirt, and her current collection has a very similar shirt.
Fashion PR expert Dominique St. John told Express.co.uk: âWe saw her wearing a similar white Misha Nonoo shirt during her first official appearance with Prince Harry at the Invictus Games in Toronto. “