After months of speculation, the wedding dress of the year has finally been revealed.
As Meghan Markle emerged from a vintage Rolls Royce at the steps of St George’s Chapel, the world caught their first glimpse of her minimalist white gown designed by Clare Wright Keller.
As she walked down the nave, her cathedral-length veil trailing in her wake, the exquisite dress seemed a perfect blend of royal tradition with Hollywood glamour. And who could miss her “something borrowed”, a rarely seen 1932 diamond bandeau tiara, created for the Queen’s grandmother.
This fabulous porcelain collector doll recreates the beautiful bride as she appeared on her very special day. Our skilled seamstresses have studied every detail of the simple haute couture gown, with its stylish boat neck collar and contemporary three quarter length sleeves, and the amazing floral detail on her magnificent veil representing each of the 53 countries of the Commonwealth.
In her hand, she carries a reproduction of Meghan’s simple bouquet created using flowers hand-picked by Prince Harry from the garden of their cottage at Kensington Palace.
Actual size is 16" tall.
The image is an artist’s impression. The doll’s gown will be inspired by the dress Meghan wears on her wedding day.