Even the unconventional union of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle had some traditional points.
Clare Waight Keller — the artistic director of Givenchy, who was behind Markle’s long-sleeved wedding gown — shared recent details concerning the sweet (and secretive) “something blue” the Duchess of Sussex donned for her May 2018 nuptials.
Greater than five years after the couple tied the knot, Waight Keller revealed she stitched blue fabric from the dress Markle wore on their first date into her iconic wedding wear.
“We principally sewed it into the hem of the marriage dress, so she was the one one which knew that it was there. It was somewhat blue gingham check,” Waight Keller told Vanity Fair in a recent interview.
“It was the proper personal memento that was secretly hidden contained in the dress,” the British designer added.
An estimated 29 million people tuned in to observe Harry, 38, and Markle’s historic wedding.
“Somewhere in here there’s a chunk of blue fabric that’s stitched inside — it was my something blue,” she gushed. “It’s fabric from the dress that I wore on our first date.”
The Post has contacted reps for Markle for comment.
Meanwhile, Harry and Markle don’t live happily ever after within the eyes of many Brits.
The pair stepped down as working members of the royal family in 2020 and began a recent life in California, where they live with their two children, Archie, 4, and Lilibet, 2.
Then, in December, the couple provided an intimate have a look at their recent American life within the Netflix docuseries “Harry and Meghan,” where they dished on their strained relationships with members of the family, including Queen Elizabeth II, King Charles III, Prince William, and Kate Middleton.
And, to top things off, Harry detailed the royal pains of growing up inside the monarchy in his January memoir “Spare.”
Through all of it, Harry and Markle are “really comfortable together,” People reported earlier this month — whilst they face profession setbacks, rumors that Harry is missing England, and speculation they are having marital troubles.