New York —
Designer Claire Waight Keller says she still has to pinch her arm to find out how romantic and regal the day was not the product of a dream.
Meghan and Harry were married in May 2018.
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Claire Waight Keller, Givenchy creative director and responsible for the spectacular and elegant wedding dress she wore Meghan Markle At her wedding to Prince Harry, which took place two years ago at Windsor Castle, she has not hesitated to commemorate the second anniversary of such an event with an extensive letter on Instagram that has led her to confess some of the sensations and impressions he experienced during such a magical journey.
In addition to the understandable nervousness at the fact that millions of eyes from all over the world were as aware of the bride as of the immaculate outfit in which she had been sheathed, the designer has revealed that she also lived with special emotion both the complicity that the two exuded in love, like the affection with which the rest of the royal family admired them.
“It was extraordinary to be in the same room with the entire Royal Family standing for the photo in front of me and the photographer Alexi Lubomirski. It was like any other happy family prepared for a wonderful portrait. They talked animatedly about the bride and groom, the wedding, the children and the ceremony, as we all do in situations like this. It was very charming and earthySays an excerpt from the text he has published on his profile.
Claire ended up forging a close friendship with the former actress and now duchess during the process of conception and elaboration of her wedding dress, which was reinforced in later times during the first pregnancy of Meghan, who gave birth to her little Archie in May of last year. However, Claire has also confessed that she still has to pinch her arm to know how romantic and regal the day was not the product of a dream.It is one of the key moments in his professional and personal career.