On May 19, 2018, Prince Harry and Megan Markle were united in marriage in a ceremony that left a mark and today they celebrate – in low profile – their third anniversary.
According to foreign reports, the wedding cost over 40 million pounds, while it was watched by 29.19 million people on television. The ceremony, which took place at St George’s Chapel in Windsor Castle, was attended by more than 1,000 people, including prominent personalities and celebrities.
Megan’s wedding looks that left an era
Of course, everyone was anxiously waiting to see Megan Markle’s wedding dress, which did not disappoint the fashion lovers and the royal family of the United Kingdom. She had chosen a simple, elegant and imposing dress, which bore the signature of the British Claire Waite Keller, the then artistic director of the French fashion house Givenchy. The design was no exaggeration, something that positively surprised the audience since everyone expected the American actress to choose lace and elaborate investments. Megan took care to pay tribute to the royal family, drawing on her veil 55 flowers that symbolized the countries of the Commonwealth of Nations. She kept her makeup just as simple, highlighting her natural beauty.
Equally dazzling was her appearance at the wedding reception, choosing a dress by British designer Stella McCartney, which tied at the neck and its line opened down in a highly flattering silhouette. The choice of British designers is not accidental, as it paid tribute to Britain and its talents. It has essentially left its mark on fashion diplomacy, an “art” that Kate Middleton has practiced many times in the past.