Meghan describes ‘magical’ wedding day in new documentary

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Givenchy's Clare Waight Keller designed a modest white bridal gown for the royal wedding.

Among these was her "something blue", which she had actually held onto since meeting Prince Harry.

She said: "My goodness, it's fantastic, isn't it".

"Somewhere in here, there's a piece".

"It's fabric from the dress I wore on our first date", she added with a wide grin.

The former Suits actress - who was known as Meghan Markle before she Wednesday the prince in May - had a square of fabric stitched into the stunning 16ft accessory as her "something blue" for good luck on her big day. It was my something blue.

The Duchess said that it was "so nice" to see her veil again, and explained: "Beautiful".

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Meghan's headpiece was also specifically created to honour the nations of the Commonwealth.

"We knew we wanted it to be very delicate, but then after that point, I just said I trust her implicitly with what she did, and I didn't see it really until the morning of, so this is my first time seeing the veil like this".

"Which is why it was so important to have some sort of example of that present with us on the (wedding) day, 53 countries as well, my goodness, It'll keep us busy".

Wintersweet, which grows in the grounds of Kensington Palace in front of Nottingham Cottage, and the California Poppy, could also be spotted on the veil.

The Duchess of Sussex was looking back over the dress worn for her "magical day" in a new ITV documentary.

It's also revealed that the intricate veil Meghan wore on her special day featured flowers from each member of the Commonwealth. "I knew that it would be a fun surprise as well for my now husband, who didn't know".

Queen of the World is a two-part documentary which shows members of the royal family sharing their thoughts about Queen Elizabeth and the Commonwealth, the family of nations linked to the UK.

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