The retired American actress Meghan Markle who is also the Duchess of Sussex had expressed her desire about the wedding dress which was “modest, classic” and also glorified her presence at the Windsor Castle.
In the recorded audio for the specific exhibition, Meghan disclosed that how she closely discussed with Clare Waight, the renowned designer who needed to get the view about what Meghan actually had wanted.
Meghan said about her classic choice that she wanted a cropped sleeve along with a bateau neckline. The royal gown along with veil was made by the hard toil of 50 people for 3,900 hours.
After the marriage in May, the royal couple is recently in Tonga of South Pacific where they are continuing their first official get together. The Duchess said in a commentary in the exhibition about her Givenchy wedding attire, “I had a very clear vision of what I wanted for the day, and what I wanted the dress to look like”.
She added, “So what was amazing in working with Clare is that sometimes you will find designers try to push you in a different direction”.
“ But she just completely respected what I wanted to see for the day, and she wanted to bring that life for me”.
According to Duchess, she always wanted a “very timeless, classic feeling” with her royal wedding attire which would be also modest with maintaining the grandeur of the Windsor Castle ‘s St George’s Chapel.
She said, “ I knew that the tailoring was so key because the dress itself would be so covered up”.
The royal wedding attire was looking luminous for the double-bonded silk cady along with fabric woven on both sides of the loom. The veil of the royal bride was embroidered with flowers from each of the 53 nations of the Commonwealth.
According to Meghan, she realized that the special day would be celebrated with the highest level of grandeur which had been named “global wedding” by Harry, but the reflection of the personal choices had included in it the essence of intimacy.