According to royal sources, Meghan Markle has already picked her royal wedding dress designer.
The actress from the popular show Suits, who is set to marry Prince Harry at Windsor Castle is said to have started fitting for the gown.
According to sources, Meghan Markle has officially picked a wedding dress designer and had her first fitting at Kensington Palace last week.
According to royal areporter and biographer Omid Scobie, who spoke to ABC News, Markle’s friend, stylist Jessica Mulroney was flown over from Toronto and spent four days with Markle to help her choose the perfect gown.
“They've tried on a number of different designs and are currently whittling it down to pick the best design for the day,” the person told ABC News,
Meghan ordered a bespoke, custom-made dress during the fitting at Nottingham Cottage, the Kensington Palace home she shares with Harry, according to reports.
The prince made himself scare for the fitting, while Meghan asked for “something simple and classy and very elegant", Omid added.
Jessica is one of Canada's best known stylists, who counts the country's first lady Sophie Gregoire Trudeau among her clients.
Israeli fashion designer Inbal Dror was also thought to be a possible candidate, after leaked wedding dress sketches - supposedly ordered by Buckingham Palace - swept the web.
The son of Princess Diana’s colourist, Daniel Galvin Jr, has submitted three potential designs for Meghan’s wedding hair.