Designer reveals sketches of Meghan Markle's possible wedding dress

Kelvin Reese
December 21, 2017

Israel-based bridal designer Inbal Dror might be Meghan Markle's wedding dress designer.

Meghan Markle has joined fiance Prince Harry at Buckingham Palace for the royal family's Christmas lunch.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle attend an official photocall to announce their engagement at The Sunken Gardens, Kensington Palace on November 27, 2017 in London, England.

There's no word yet on which dress Meghan will walk down the aisle in (or if she'll even go with a Dror design at all), but all that's certain is she'll look stunning in whatever dress she chooses! We know they're tying the knot in spring - on May 19th to be exact.

While the designer's publicist demurs knowledge of how the sketches reached the press, he readily promoted American-born "commoner" Markle to "Her Majesty".

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Dror's style seems to be in step with what Markle likes, especially considering her past collections.

She was just 13 years old at the time, and it was in the parking lot of the yogurt shop that she met celebrity crush Yasmine Bleeth, who starred as lifeguard Caroline Holden on "Baywatch".

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According to The Forward, the leaked photos decrease the likelihood a Dror design will be chosen, as the dress designer wasn't announced until a week or two before the wedding of both Kate Middleton and Princess Diana, and no information on the design was released until the actual ceremony.

Markle has previously opened up about her dream wedding dress after donning a white gown onscreen as Rachel Zane in Suits. The designer is known for its sheer, plunging, and embellished creations, often complete with figure-hugging mermaid hemlines or high-slit silhouettes.

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