Meghan Markle officially became Harry’s wife four months ago, on May 19. She said her “I do” wearing a gorgeous Givenchy gown.
Her wedding gown became one of the most iconic wedding dresses of all time, even going on display at Windsor Castle.
ITV has released a teaser of the new documentary, Queen of the World unveiling the heartwarming moment the Duchess of Sussex is reunited with her wedding gown.
The preview shows Meghan admiring her Givenchy wedding dress and commenting on the silk tulle wedding veil. Her veil featured a flower from all 53 Commonwealth countries.
Looking at the veil Meghan gasped, “53 countries, oh my goodness.”
“That will keep us busy,” she joked.
Meghan’s veil is designed by Claire Waight Keller and is 16 and a half foot long.
Designer Clare Waight Keller says that the idea came to her after several conversations with Meghan about what “story” she wanted to tell through her wedding.
“There was a conversation early on about the story that we were going to tell through this wedding,” she says.
“Part of what I wanted to do was talk to her about what type of stories they could be. The fact that she and Prince Harry will be working a lot in the Commonwealth was something that I thought was really intriguing and could be something built on to be part of the day.”
While the documentary features a lot of Meghan, Harry, and William, Kate Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge, doesn’t really appear.
It’s just while the documentary was filmed, Kate was on maternity leave after the birth of her third child, Louis on April 23.
“Kate was largely out of action during the main filming,” an insider with the documentary says. “CHOGM was a focal point and she was due to give birth any minute then.”
Queen of the World premieres September 25 on ITV and October 1 on HBO.