5 Things That Happened At William & Kate’s Royal Wedding That We (Sort Of) Hope To See At Harry & Meghan’s

We're less than two weeks away from the royal wedding taking place on 19 May!

It's the wedding the whole world's been waiting for. The one where Prince Harry and Meghan Markle from Crenshaw will soon get to stamp their unique quirks on the centuries-old tradition of a royal marriage.

Consummating on 19 May, the royal prince and the American actress will tie the knot in St George's Chapel at Windsor Castle, broadcasted for millions of people from all over the world to see.

Prior to the impending nuptials, we look back on Prince William and Kate Middleton's magical wedding (has it been seven years already?) and recount seven highlights that took place on that eventful day that we're (sort of) hoping would happen again this year.

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2. A nod to tradition…

Which came in the form of something old, something new, something borrowed, and something blue. Her wedding dress was made with an 1800-year-old lace technique, serving as her “something old”, while her something new was a pair of leaf-shaped diamond earrings specially commissioned by the bride’s parents as a wedding present.

Kate’s halo-style tiara designed in 1936 by Cartier was her something borrowed, and it was borrowed from none other than the Queen herself. As for her something blue, it was another act of incredible subtlety. Kate opted for light-blue ribbon to be sewn into the white gown. No wonder the gown was such a gorgeous shade of white!

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