French fashion designer hints he may have made Meghan's wedding dress 9 months ago

French fashion designer hints he may have made Meghan's wedding dress

A French fashion designer has hinted that he may have made Meghan Markle's wedding dress.

Roland Mouret is a friend of Meghan's, and a royal family favourite too, so it's not entirely unlikely that the London-based designer was involved.

Although speculation has been rife recently that Alexander McQueen was the one to watch in terms of designing the wedding dress of the year, it's now thought that Mouret is actually the man behind the top secret creation.

Mainly due to the fact that he's pretty good mates with bride-to-be Meghan, and because he gave some fairly cryptic answers to a few questions about her lately.

Speaking to WWD recently, when asked about whether he was designing Meghan's wedding dress, Mouret said:

"Mmmmm, I don't want to say. No comment. It's… there is no comment on that. She's a friend. And that's… I can't say."


Similarly, the designer also told the New York Post: 

 "Meghan knows really well what she likes and the main thing with Meghan is to listen to her and work in collaboration with her."

When Mouret was pressed for details about what exactly he meant, he said: "I've already said too much."

Indeed, Mouret.


Himself and Meghan have been friends since Mouret met her in an elevator in Istanbul.

The former Suits actress revealed in the past that when they met, Mouret told her that he would love to dress her.

She was originally confused until she realised who he was, "and we've been friends ever since," she said.

One of Mouret's stunning pieces was also worn by Duchess Kate in 2016.

Kate sported the royal blue gown at a banquet in Kensington Palace to celebrate the 40th anniversary of SportsAid and she, of course, looked incredible.

If Mouret can whip up something like this for a royal banquet, we can't even imagine what wonders he'll be able to do for a royal wedding.

That's if he's not just trying to tease everybody with his answers, that is.

You can follow Mouret's designs on Instagram here.