It's actually happening! Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are getting hitched — like right now.
For the past six months, we've been obsessing over all things royal wedding-related. The number one question on everyone's lips: who will design Meghan's wedding dress?
In the lead up to the wedding, a number of designers were rumoured to have designed Meghan's dress for the big day. According to Express, bookies stopped taking bets earlier today as a flurry of last minute wagers were made. At last count, Ralph & Russo was the favoured designer, with odds of 1/4. Other favourites included Erdem (2/1 odds), Christopher Bailey for Burberry (3/1) and Roland Mouret (9/2).
Now, the wait is over. Just moments ago, the bride stepped out wearing a long sleeved off-the-shoulder gown, designed by acclaimed British designer Clare Waight Keller for Givenchy.
Meghan looked stunning, happy and slightly nervous (who wouldn't be?!) as she stepped out of her vehicle at St George's Chapel in Winsdor.
Frankly, we can't stop looking at these pictures of the newly-appointed royal.
Earlier today, it was revealed that Stella McCartney is the likely designer of Meghan's wedding reception dress. Page Six reports that Stella — who is a good friend of Meghan's — is the woman in charge of the bride's second outfit. TBH, we would not be surprised if the Suits actress dons a number by Stella McCartney for the reception at Frogmore House.
Stay tuned for more pictures from the reception.