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Don’t expect sleeveless,” she said. “This is a traditional church where they say, ‘wilt, ‘thou’ and ‘thine.’ It will have to be a British designer. I’d be very surprised [if it wasn’t].” Keep up with this story and more by subscribing now Markle won’t wear spaghetti straps, in other words, but she could be relatively daring, opting for half sleeves. When Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton married Prince William in 2011 she had long sleeves. Younger sister Pippa Middleton, her maid of honor, had considerably more freedom—her arms were bare, and her dress was as close to sexy as a royal gown gets. Kate Middleton, Princess Diana and Other Royals: Their Wedding Dresses https://t.co/taU8xPdQ86 pic.twitter.com/Htpz1k0gUs — NewsRains.com (@NewsRains) December 27, 2017 As for the color, said Koenig, it will probably be ivory, like the dress of Harry's late mother, Princess Diana, or cream, which is more relaxed and flattering than white (Princess Alice, Duchess of Gloucester, chose a rather daring blush-hued wedding gown ). Kate Middleton's dress, designed by Sarah Burton of the fashion house Alexander McQueen, was made with ivory and white satin gazar. Markle will be accessorized with British jewelry. “There will be a tiara loaned by the queen.… I don’t know which one,” Koenig said. “And she’ll certainly have pretty earrings.” Koenig predicted Markle’s dress would have a long train since there is a “decent” length aisle at St. George—though certainly not as long as that of Diana, whose dress and 25-foot train , the longest in royal wedding history, was created by designers David and Eizabeth Emanuel. Pippa Middleton, Serena Williams & more walked down the aisle in style this year. _ See the 13 best wedding gowns of 2017: https://t.co/kCFSfCiwS1 pic.twitter.com/zpa04bi5VG — EntertainmentTonight (@etnow) December 21, 2017 The train will be carried by her bridal attendant, just as Pippa carried sister Kate 's.
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