The hunt is well underway for Meghan Markle's wedding dress, at least according to one designer. Inbal Dror, a bridal designer who is based in Israel, says she is in the running to design a dress for Markle's fairytale wedding to Prince Harry.
“We received a request from the royal family to send a sketch,” an Inbal Dror spokesperson told People magazine. “Unfortunately it’s a secret and I can’t give more details about the sketch.” Somehow, TMZ managed to get a copy of one of the sketches, which involved aggressive puffed shoulders.
How did Dror, whose show-stopping (and often skin-baring) wedding dresses usually sell for $8,000 to $12,000, make the royal cut for consideration? She may not be a household name yet, but here are three reasons why Dror might be on Markle's radar.
1) This label is Beyoncé-approved: Bey doesn't need a wedding to wear a bridal gown — she wore one of Dror's elaborate collared wedding dresses to the Grammys in 2016.
2) Dror knows her way around a lace bridal sleeve: The Royals love a long-sleeved ball gown, as Kate Middleton proved on her wedding day.
3) She makes gowns fit for a princess: Seriously, wouldn't Markle look like a vision in a ruffled dress like this?
We're betting that Dror isn't the only designer busy prepping looks for the royal wedding (in fact, here are some gorgeous sketches to pour over). So our Meghan Markle wedding watch will continue until the big day in May.
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