Meghan Markle’s wedding dress designer Clare Keller opens up on THAT gown

British fashion designer Clare Waight Keller has spoken of Meghan’s wedding dress, saying it had to be ‘flawless’.

As the artistic director of the fashion house Givenchy, she designed Meghan’s dress – a minimalist silk outfit without lace or any other embellishments.

Appearing on Episode Four of Harry and Meghan’s Netflix documentary, she said: ‘Looking at the design of the dress, there were many conversations about how you want to present yourself to the world.

‘Most of us have a wedding with 70 to a hundred people. This was billions of people watching.

Clare Waight Keller had the prestigious job of designing Meghan’s wedding dress, which was made from silk

‘It has to be flawless, it has to be perfect.’

Speaking about her own wedding on the documentary, Meghan said: ‘I literally remember thinking, take a deep breath and keep going.

She said to Harry, ‘And you chose the song that I walked down thee aisle to.

‘It was just stunning. So beautiful.’

Prince Charles stepped in to walk Meghan down the aisle after her dad revealed he wouldn't be at the wedding

Prince Charles stepped in to walk Meghan down the aisle after her dad revealed he wouldn’t be at the wedding

The latest installment sees Meghan discussing preparations for the couple's wedding, which took place with the world watching in May 2018. (Pictured: Meghan and Harry laughed about cutting their wedding cake with a sword)

The latest installment sees Meghan discussing preparations for the couple’s wedding, which took place with the world watching in May 2018. (Pictured: Meghan and Harry laughed about cutting their wedding cake with a sword)

Harry added: ‘My father helped us choose an orchestra, which made all the difference.

Footage in the documentary then shows Meghan being walked down the aisle by Prince Charles.

She added: ‘Harry’s dad is very charming.

‘I said to him, “I’ve lost my dad in this”. So him as my father in law was really important to me.

‘So I asked him to walk me down the aisle and he said “yes”.

‘The whole thing was surreal and it was at that moment I could also see H.’

Meghan says in the fourth episode of the Netflix docu-series that the King - then Prince Charles - was 'very charming' to the Duchess of Sussex on her big day

Meghan says in the fourth episode of the Netflix docu-series that the King – then Prince Charles – was ‘very charming’ to the Duchess of Sussex on her big day

When asked Harry what was going through his mind when he saw Meghan coming, he said, ‘Look at me. Look what I got. Look what I found.

‘The world was watching us but when we were at the alter as far as I was concerned it was just the two of us.’

The first three episodes of Harry & Meghan – part of the Sussexes’ multi-million-dollar deal with Netflix – were streamed last week, with the final three hour-long episodes streaming from today.

The Sussexes’ six-part show – which forms part of their multimillion-pound deal with Netflix – has become the streaming giant’s most-watched documentary in a premier week, debuting with 81.55 million hours viewed.

The initial tranche covered the couple’s courtship and romance, but many were left deeply unhappy about the programme’s full-on assault on the late Queen’s Commonwealth legacy, with some saying it seemed as if the couple want to ‘bring down the monarchy’.

Harry also let rip with a string of sly digs at his family, particularly his father and brother, including the suggestion that they had married not for love but to a woman who fitted ‘the mould’.

The duke also said members of his family questioned why Meghan needed more protection from the media than their wives had been given, but that they failed to grasp the ‘race element’.

The claims made in the trailer yesterday were quickly declared by royal experts as ‘nonsense’, while one commentator said the series was clearly a ‘form of revenge’.

In one clip, Meghan’s British privacy lawyer Jenny Afia insisted she had seen evidence of the conspiracy against the Duchess before Lucy Fraser – real name Lucy Meadmore – a former PR manager who was a mystery figure until a week ago, says ‘Meg became this scapegoat for the Palace’.

The Duchess herself also suggested she was made a scapegoat, adding: ‘You would see it play out. A story about someone in the family would pop up for a minute, and they’d go: ‘We’ve got to make that go away’.’

The first three episodes of Harry & Meghan – part of the Sussexes’ multi-million-dollar deal with Netflix – were streamed last week, with the final three hour-long episodes streaming from today.

The Sussexes’ six-part show – which forms part of their multimillion-pound deal with Netflix – has become the streaming giant’s most-watched documentary in a premier week, debuting with 81.55 million hours viewed.

The initial tranche covered the couple’s courtship and romance, but many were left deeply unhappy about the programme’s full-on assault on the late Queen’s Commonwealth legacy, with some saying it seemed as if the couple want to ‘bring down the monarchy’.

Harry also let rip with a string of sly digs at his family, particularly his father and brother, including the suggestion that they had married not for love but to a woman who fitted ‘the mould’.

The Duke also said members of his family questioned why Meghan needed more protection from the media than their wives had been given, but that they failed to grasp the ‘race element’.

The claims made in the trailer yesterday were quickly declared by royal experts as ‘nonsense’, while one commentator said the series was clearly a ‘form of revenge’.

In one clip, Meghan’s British privacy lawyer Jenny Afia insisted she had seen evidence of the conspiracy against the Duchess before Lucy Fraser – real name Lucy Meadmore – a former PR manager who was a mystery figure until a week ago, says ‘Meg became this scapegoat for the Palace’.

The Duchess herself also suggested she was made a scapegoat, adding: ‘You would see it play out. A story about someone in the family would pop up for a minute, and they’d go: ‘We’ve got to make that go away’.’

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