With the Royal wedding only a few weeks away, every last detail is finally starting to come into place. Millions of people around the globe will be watching the young couple tie-the-knot and everything has to be just perfect.
In order to make sure that happens, Meghan Markle will reportedly have two wedding bouquets. It is a tradition that was started by her soon-to-be grandmother-in-law, Queen Elizabeth.
"Meghan Markle will two bouquets prepared in case of an emergency after the Queen inadvertently sparked the royal tradition when during the commotion of her big day the then-Princess Elizabeth managed to lose her flowers," according to Express.
“Well if we go back to the Queen’s wedding in 1947, when you look at the state photographs of all the bridesmaids and the royal guests and there’s the Queen without her bouquet. It got lost. So in the middle of their honeymoon, they had to get dressed up again in their wedding clothes and my father had to provide another bouquet for those photographs," says David Longman, the designer of Princess Diana's bouquet.
Thomas was also asked about the flowers that will be making up the bouquet. He had one flower that he thought Markle is sure to be carrying
“We are almost certainly going to see some peonies. It’s that full flower and that full color of roses. They are so romantic," he said.
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