The Royal Wedding is the most talked about subject of the moment. On last Saturday, Meghan Markle finally said “yes” to Prince Harry. During the ceremony, Meghan wore an absolutely stunning Givenchy dress. Ms. Markle, now Duchess of Sussex made an awesome game with everyone, she requested several sketches from the Uk’s leading design names in order to create speculation and questions about her dress. She then decided to wear a Clare Waight Keller for Givenchy dress for her Royal Wedding to Prince Harry. The dress was as stunning as her.
But just like the bride, some of Meghan and Harry’s celebrity guests wore amazing outfits in order to be suitable for this great event.
We can say that David Beckham was the star between all the guests at this Royal Wedding, with a suit made by Dior, David Beckham have surely stollen the spotlights from everyone. His suit was composed by three-piece that showed off Beckham’s extensive hand and neck tattoos and was teamed with a neat pocket square and a gold chain attached to a button on his vest.
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Serena Williams, the 36-year-old tennis player, who has been friend with the Duchess of Sussex for years, wore a blush pink dress made from Versace and looked simply amazing. She added a superb necklace from Bulgari and a fascinator also from Versace that was bedazzled with Swarovski crystals.
Doria, Megan’s mom wore a pale green dress for her daughter’s big day, she chose a simple dress with a matching coat over the top. The outfit was designed by creative directors of Oscar de la Renta, Fernando Garcia and Laura Kim.
Amal Clooney, she was officially crowned as the best dressed guest of the Royal Wedding, she took everyone’s breath away when she arrived in her bright yellow Stella McCartney dress below the knee with a loose bow tied at the back. To match with her wife, George Clooney wore a striped yellow tie and a pocket to match her.
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