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That's why Queen Elizabeth wasn't “unamused” by Meghan's wedding dress

That's why Queen Elizabeth wasn't “unamused” by Meghan's wedding dress

The wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle took place on May 19, 2018 at Windsor Castle.

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During Harry and Meghan's wedding, the bride charmed the audience in a white dress. But it's said that someone important didn't like it: Queen Elizabeth.

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  • On May 19, 2018, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle tied the knot at Windsor Castle.
  • Today, Duchess Meghan wore a custom-made snow-white piece designed by Givenchy designer Clare Waight Keller during the ceremony.
  • But one important person is said to have been disappointed by this clothing choice: Queen Elizabeth.

On May 19, 2018, six years ago, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle married in the chapel at Windsor Castle.

A speech straight out of the history books, wedding ritual straight out of a picture book, and a happy bride and groom: Harry and Meghan's wedding remains an unforgettable experience for royal fans.

This is despite the fact that unpleasant reports have repeatedly clouded her memories since the couple resigned from the ranks of full-time British royals.

“Queen Elizabeth was surprised that Meghan wore white.”

Well, not everything was as sweet and sweet on the wedding day as many people think – at least that's what grooming expert Katie Nicholls claims.

“Queen Elizabeth was surprised that Meghan wore pure white on her wedding day,” says her book “The New Royals.”

He continued: “Maybe it's a generational issue, but the Queen believes that if women have been married before, they wear off-white on their wedding day.”

But that wasn't the case: Meghan Markle instead wore a custom-made pearly white piece by Givenchy designer Clare Waight Keller during her wedding to Prince Harry.

That's why, Nicholls says in her book, the Queen should do it “Not amusing” It has been.

The Queen hoped that Meghan would do the same thing as Camilla

It seems that Queen Elizabeth was hoping that Meghan would emulate today's Queen Camilla. When she married current King Charles on April 9, 2005, it was also the second wedding for both of them.

For her wedding to Charles, Camilla wore a bluish-beige silk chiffon suit by designer Bruce Oldfield, which she paired with an elaborately embroidered silk coat.
For her wedding to Charles, Camilla wore a bluish-beige silk chiffon suit by designer Bruce Oldfield, which she paired with an elaborately embroidered silk coat.

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Keystone

The civil ceremony, which was held in the presence of the couple's families, was followed by a church service according to the rites of the Church of England in the chapel at Windsor Castle.

Camilla did not appear at her second wedding in a white dress, but rather wore a bluish-beige suit made of silk chiffon designed by designer Bruce Oldfield, which she coordinated with an elaborately embroidered silk coat.


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