Although Wickstead didn't end up making any gowns for Meghan Markle, some of the wedding guests wore her designs, including Australian-born actress Jacinda Barrett, who's married to the Duchess' former Suits co-star, Gabriel Macht.
Beckham has made it abundantly clear that she had an incredible time at the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.
It's only obvious that Murray would choose the character he portrays in the film and while you may think Parisa would do the same, she did point out that Queen Elizabeth is definitely at the top of the list.
"The fact that, just three days after their wedding, she and Harry were front and centre at a Garden Party for Prince Charles' patronages and charities sends a clear message to the public that they won't be taking a backseat going forwards".
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She is quoted by the Daily Mail as saying: 'Her dress is identical to one of our dresses... "She is an outspoken, self proclaimed feminist and I was told she wanted to have the chance to say in person a very big thank you to the royal family, which is exactly what she did".
It's not rocket science to figure that who copied whom and, obviously, Emilia Wickstead was trolled for her petty remarks about the new duchess. The show is held in the grounds of Houghton Hall every year and the trio actually went to the event last year also - perhaps it will become one of the family's yearly traditions?
Markle and Keller met in December, and after a few exchanges, Markle told the designer in January that she had been chosen to design the royal wedding dress.
The Vampire Diaries veteran also reflected on the blending of the couple's different cultures, with Prince Harry being English and Markle being bi-racial.
Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex and his wife Meghan, Duchess of Sussex walk down the west steps of St George's Chapel, Windsor Castle, in Windsor, on May 19, 2018 after their wedding ceremony. "I'm not there for you, I'm there for her". I thought it was flawless for her.