This British Designer Is The New Favourite To Design Meghan Markle’s Wedding Dress

Nobody guessed this one

Ever since Meghan Markle and Prince Harry announced their engagement, speculation has been royally rife as to what the former Suits actress will wear on her wedding day.

Now, following news last week that the wedding dress designer had been chosen and the first fitting secured, a British betting agency has named London-based couturier Stewart Parvin as the hot favourite.

Although you may never have heard of the couture and bridal house, Stewart Parvin has been the Queen’s dressmaker since 2000, the Daily Mail reports, and designed William and Harry’s cousin, Zara Phillips’ wedding dress when she married Mike Tindall in 2011.

Following Stewart Parvin is Erdem, Roland Mouret and Alexander McQueen, which Kate Middleton wore on her wedding day.

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Zara Phillips wearing Stewart Parvin on her wedding day. (Credit: Getty)

If the odds are right, here’s a look at the kinds of designs we could see Meghan Markle wearing on May 19th

The bride-to-be has previously named Elie Saab, Christos Costarellos and Elphine Manivet as her wedding dress designers of choice, in a 2016 interview with Glamour.

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