A LOT of *extreme* work went into making Meghan Markle's wedding veil
The poor embroiderers.
It's clear from looking at the veil that a lot of work went into making it. It was intricate, beautifully complex and ridiculously long.
And now, Clare Waight Keller, the designer of Meghan’s wedding dress and artistic director of luxury fashion house Givenchy, has given the details about what exactly went into making the dress and veil.
In an interview with French magazine Paris Match, Clare said that the embroiderers of Meghan's veil had to thoroughly wash their hands every 30 minutes when making it in order to keep it in pristine condition... which we think is a tad extreme but sure, it was made for a Duchess.
However, according to the designer, it didn't take Meghan long to choose the design of her gown.
“Meghan knows what she wants. I wanted a modern and fresh silhouette, while respecting her style," the designer said.
And in more royal news, just yesterday eagle eyes fans spotted a cute never-before-seen photo of Meghan and Harry in Buckingham Palace.
The image which can only be seen in the background of one of the official shots features Prince Harry in a dapper blue suit and Meghan in pale fitted blue dress with her hair down and straight. The pair look as close as ever as they can be seen smiling with Meghan's hand placed on Harry's chest.