Meghan Markle's Royal Wedding Dress Sketches Might Have Leaked and They're STUNNING

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Inbal Dror was indeed approached to submit sketches for Her Majesty Meghan Markle's wedding gown after dressing many brides and celebrities around the world, such as Beyonce and the daughter-in-law of US President Donald Trump.

The Queen's invitation to the US-born actress is further evidence of the royal family's warm welcome for her ahead of the couple's May wedding at Windsor Castle.

The sketches feature Victorian necklines, tight bodices and long sleeves, ornamented with lace for a conservative look. Dror confirmed that, at the request of Kensington Palace, she sent a sketch for Markle to look over and consider. But while some of the details for the upcoming nuptials are becoming more and more apparent, one glaring (and exciting) question still remains: Who will design the dress?

We believe this is only the beginning however, as we countdown the days to the big wedding on May 19, we can not wait to see what style she chooses for her dress. Dror's designs usually range between $8k (Rs. 5,12,239) to $10k (Rs. 6,40,299). 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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Markle's boss says she was outgoing and popular with customers.

Meghan, who will take British citizenship and get baptised by the Church of England before the wedding, will also attend the Christmas Day service at St Mary Magdalene Church, Sandringham. But while she claims to prefer simple gowns, the future royal has her eye on an elaborate designer to create her dress for the big day.

While Markle won't be walking down in quite that kind of a dress, it is pretty cool to see her consider a wild card designer.

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