Love is totally cool and all, but the only reason we woke up this early on a Saturday (for a wedding we weren't even invited to) was to see the dress, obviously.
Of course, Meghan Markle did not disappoint. The bride was the picture of elegance in a simple, long-sleeved gown by Givenchy's first female designer, Claire Waight Keller (who also happens to be a leading British talent).
Though the boatneck gown was decidedly free of frills, Meghan's stunning veil stole the show. Paired with a tiara borrowed from the Queen herself, the Queen Mary's diamond bandeau, the 16.4-foot-long veil was made from silk tulle with a trim of hand-embroidered flowers in silk threads and organza, and featured embroidery representing the flora of all 53 Commonwealth nations. Talk about a statement piece. Scroll down for a look!
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