Designer Says Meghan Markle's Wedding Gown Copied Her Design

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Clare Waight Keller, artistic director of Givenchy who designed Meghan Markle's wedding gown for the ceremony, earned $1.7 million in media value and was mentioned 827 times on Instagram, generating 8,907,933. The differences lie in the cut (Wickstead's features a more fitted waist that billows out while Markle's sits close on the hips and then fans out into the train) and the train (Markle's has one, Wickstead's doesn't).

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"I was like, 'Hold the wisps [of her hair] back - it's a Royal Wedding for God's sake'".

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Claire also regaled her growing number of followers with stories not only from the big day, but also the lead-up to the royal wedding, in which she got to know both Meghan and Prince Harry.

"She was off her phone and playing music", he said.

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Charlotte looked content as she munched on an ice cream and George looked fascinated with a Dalmatian dog in the snaps, as Kate tended to her children, wearing a £39.99 pastel blue dress from Zara which featured contrasting navy embroidery on the sleeves. "I'm not there for you, I'm there for her".

The expert also noted the Royal couple had intentionally taken the decision to delay their honeymoon following their wedding.

Bonas largely avoided speaking about Harry in a recent interview with The Times newspaper, saying that she prefers to keep their relationship "in the past".

"The Duchess and Ms. Waight Keller worked closely together on the design, epitomising a timeless minimal elegance referencing the codes of the iconic House of Givenchy", the statement read.

Agreeing with Murray, Parisa adds that they really tried to make it as authentic as possible, taking into account that Harry and Meghan are also just human beings.

But far from worrying about watching the man she once dated get hitched, it was the age-old question of 'what to wear?' that bothered Cressida, 29, the most!

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