Sketches of Meghan Markle's wedding dress may just have been leaked

Darren Sullivan
December 21, 2017

Though, we hope having the youngest royals present took a bit of pressure off Markle, who was reportedly dining with the entire family for the first time. We know they're tying the knot in spring - on May 19th to be exact.

Israel-based designer Inbal Dror confirmed to People that they sent a sketch for Markle to consider at the request of Kensington Palace.

Trump's well wishes were soon the target of online trolls, who accused her of trying to lock in an invite to the couple's wedding next May at St George's Chapel in London. The second sketch reveals a sleek gown with puffed shoulders while the third shows the back of the same dress with an elegant lace train.

And while she decides on her wedding gown, we are only hoping that she comes out as the most gorgeous bride on her wedding day. The designer is known for its sheer, plunging, and embellished creations, often complete with figure-hugging mermaid hemlines or high-slit silhouettes. Dror's designs usually range between $8k (Rs. 5,12,239) to $10k (Rs. 6,40,299).

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Dror's style seems to be in step with what Markle likes, especially considering her past collections.

Markle's boss says she was outgoing and popular with customers.

The sketches for Meghan's potential dress are much more modern. While we don't know yet if Dror will be the victor, some are speculating that she might be taken out of the running because she leaked her sketches. Which is why you will absolutely lose your mind when you see what Megan's dress may look like when she walks down the aisle on the her big day in May.

While Markle won't be walking down in quite that kind of a dress, it is pretty cool to see her consider a wild card designer.