Designer reveals sketches of Meghan Markle's possible wedding dress

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And it's not the first time this dress was spotted on a royal, Princess Amalia of the Netherlands wore the same dress to her father's birthday party in April.

A designer has revealed the first sketches for Meghan Markle's possible wedding dress. They are set to marry on May 19 at Windsor Castle's St. George's Chapel. Designer Inbal Dror, who's dressed popular celebrities such as Beyonce and Naomi Watts, has submitted designs that are all body hugging and with long sleeves, a tradition for royal brides. Dror confirmed that, at the request of Kensington Palace, she sent a sketch for Markle to look over and consider.

We know that Markle's own personal vision is to walk down in a classic but simple gown, meaning we probably shouldn't expect too many crystals, layers of lace, or yards and yards of fabric and tulle. Dror's designs usually range between $8k (Rs. 5,12,239) to $10k (Rs. 6,40,299). The sheer panels and high slits are Dror's signature.

The designers is known to use a lot of racy silhouettes with puffed shoulders and neckline that's slashed all the way to the waist.

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Now based in New York City, we would expect Min Min Ma to opt for a traditional look for the star, accentuating her nude lips with a caramel or blush pink hued stain, as well as some subtle brown, earthy eyeshadow tones to emphasise Markle's brown eyes. For example, the bridal look Beyoncé wore at the 2016 Grammys was by Dror.

Similar to her future sister-in-law, who opted for a thin line of black eyeliner on her wedding day, we suspect Markle won't deviate too far from her everyday make-up and choose a soft smokey eye for the occasion.

According to Markle's descripton of the interaction, she was completely starstruck.

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