There is one big difference in the way the two women are snapped and it's all about eye contact - while Kate chooses to avert her gaze from the camera, Meghan opts to look directly into the lens. Mulroney is a famed bridal stylist in Canada, so she is an expert on wedding dresses.
Prince Harry reportedly got to know the Mulroney family while he was dating Meghan, who lived in Toronto - where her TV series Suits is filmed - before relocating to the UK. This flowing navy lace dress from the Spring/Summer 2018 collection of one of Kate's favourite designers, Temperley London, would be flawless teamed with elegant court shoes and a signature headpiece.
According to royal areporter and biographer Omid Scobie, who spoke to ABC News, Markle's friend, stylist Jessica Mulroney was flown over from Toronto and spent four days with Markle to help her choose the flawless gown. Could the future princess really be trying to bring down her future mother-in-law?
Markle proved the versatility of her outfit, after wearing it to both the banquet hall of Cardiff Castle and a Star Hub street dance class for disadvantaged children. This fuschia midi dress from Temperley London's Spring/Summer 2018 offering would look stunning. And with millions of jobless over-60s looking for work, it's an enticing role for those willing to take the plunge into royal life. This new season Amanda Wakeley tulle dress is a very similar silhouette to ensembles we have seen Kate in before, and would look lovely on the day!
Middleton had better get used to Markle being popular with the paparazzi.
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