After months of speculation (almost six, to be precise), we've *finally* had all of our questions answered as to who Meghan Markle trusted to design the most important and most talked-about dress she'd ever wear.
Walking down the aisle to marry Prince Harry today, she stunned in a breathtaking gown by Givenchy's Clare Waight Keller.
Meghan has always been a fan of the label; having donned a striking Ralph & Russo dress in her official engagement photos.
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At GLAMOUR HQ, we were on the lookout for every single inch of a clue as to who might have designed *the dress* ever since Harry and Meghan announced their engagement in November last year.
In February, seemingly the most revealing clue so far came via Israel-based bridal designer Inbal Dror, who confirmed to that - at the request of Kensington Palace (fancy!) - they sent a sketch for Meghan to consider.
Unlike Kate Middleton's classic Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen bridal masterpiece, Dror's signature aesthetic is far fussier. A sexier silhouette, her dresses are often adorned with intricate embellishment while layered frills and sheer inserts are her staple.
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At the start of the year, according to , Meghan was already one step closer to making a decision and had had a dress fitting at Kensington Palace.
A royal insider told E! News: "This was Meghan's first fitting with the designer and a chance for her and Jessica [Mulroney] to look through a number of different designs. During the appointment, Meghan was able to narrow down what she liked and disliked. Some of their favourite design elements include embroidery and sleeves."
The fitting was seemingly confirmed by Royal reporter Omid Scobie who tweeted:
He also noted that the bride-to-be "went through a number of options with the designer" and Meghan was “incredibly excited” to see things start coming together."
Scobie also revealed to Good Morning America that "Meghan expressed the desire to wear something simple and classy and very elegant. They've tried on a number of different designs and are currently whittling it down to pick the best design for the day."
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Meghan also previously revealed to GLAMOUR UK in an interview that she's a big fan of Lanvin designs, saying: "I've worn three Lanvin dresses and they've all been a dream. They're so well made, with the most beautiful craftsmanship. I don't tend to go with things that are ornate - just beautifully made pieces and some classic jewellery. Let the work speak for itself. I love that."
So now we know that she opted for Clare Waight Keller, scroll down to see more pictures from the happy day...