Claire Waight Keller, who was on hand to ensure Meghan's Givenchy gown and veil were perfectly placed for her walk down the aisle, opened up about her experiences of the wedding in a series of Instagram posts.
Keeping the secret of who would design the royal wedding gown under wraps was no easy task, according to ABC News' royal contributor Omid Scobie.
The dress wasn't the only thing she was not a fan of, Emilia also didn't like her hair.
Asked if she was nervous at all to attend a royal affair like that, Beckham said, "I wasn't nervous, no".
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The "Suits" star spoke sweetly about her new husband Prince Harry as she marked their royal union at St. George's Chapel, Windsor Castle. Her very real tears turn into desperate logic, and then you really start to feel her pain when she asks, "Am I not a real princess?"
Cressida Bonas wrote a column about going to the royal wedding of her ex-boyfriend, Prince Harry. She didn't name Harry in her article, but she mentioned it was a royal wedding, and Harry and Meghan's wedding was the only royal one that happened last week. And I'm not sure what she said, if anything, about Thomas Markle. The comment also confirmed Wickstead does not believe the Givenchy gown was a copy of her own.
"The Duchess and Ms. Waight Keller worked closely together on the design, epitomising a timeless minimal elegance referencing the codes of the iconic House of Givenchy", the statement read.
"[Markle] was really focused, as I was, on it being absolutely ideal for the occasion".
"I think I have to say Harry too, or even Meghan". So it makes sense that she would give her something special as a wedding present, although a personal aide isn't as glamorous as a country home.