What is happening...
In the span of one weekend Karl Stefanovic decided to get hitched, we have babies popping out from every angle on Married At First Sight and now we know that Meghan Markle has her wedding dress for her big day with hubby-to-be Prince Harry.
Oh, and Prince William might be walking her down the aisle.
The Daily Mail dished on Meghan's bridal gown news, with a royal insider telling them, "Meghan has chosen Ralph & Russo."
The actress is following Duchess Kate's path, who also picked a British designer to dress her for the big day - Alexander McQueen.
Ralph & Russo is based in Mayfair and overlooks the gardens of Buckingham Palace.
The fashion house boast a remarkable clientele having dressed the likes of Hollywood royalty Beyonce and Gwyneth Paltrow... But a future Princess bride would be the cherry atop the wedding cake!
The exciting royal news doesn't stop there.
With May 19 looming closer than even, The Sun have divulged that Meghan Markle might be walked down the aisle by Prince William.
The publication explained that Prince Harry's big brother would step up for the important moment as the 36-year-old's two closest male relatives may not be at the royal wedding.
Apparently her half-brother Thomas Markle Jr didn't receive an invite.
A royal insider said, "I think it is because he just can't seem to keep his mouth shut. If he would quit talking to the media, Meghan would probably be more into the idea of inviting him."
Meanwhile, another report claims that the actress' dad Thomas Markle will not be giving her away.
"She's also worried about how he would handle it as he's become even more of a recluse," a source voiced to The Star.
"Not to mention the fact that there has been some bad blood between Harry and Thomas after Harry made comments about her finally getting the family she never had."
Meghan's half-sister Samantha has spoken out about the matter, sharing that her dad will definitely step in and walk his daughter down the aisle.
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