The hidden meaning of Meghan Markle’s wedding veil REVEALED



The former Suits star married Prince Harry at Windsor Castle on May 19.

She stunned the world when she walked down the aisle in her Givenchy wedding dress, designed by British designer Clare Waight Keller.

Meghan also wore a 15-foot veil, created by the same designer, as she stood at St George’s Chapel.

The immaculate design featured 53 different flowers, but many noted the tiny native New Zealand flower.

Dr Carolyn Harris, a royal historian based in Toronto, Canada, told “The Duchess of Sussex’s wedding veil contained floral emblems representing the nations of the Commonwealth of Nations.

“New Zealand was represented by its unofficial national flower, the flowers of the kowhai tree.”

The veil also featured the flowers of each member of the United Kingdom.

They were: a rose for England, a daffodil for Wales, and a thistle for Scotland.

Meghan has relaxed her duties as a royal after her lavish wedding to the hunky redhead.

But, she is expected to calm down over the next few days for her birthday weekend.

The Duchess is due to celebrate her 37th birthday on Saturday.

Daily Star Online previously revealed that she has already received her first gift, a vegan handbag.



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