Meghan Markle includes five months to plan her royal wedding to fiancé Prince Harry as the couple willing to marry at St George’s Chapel, Windsor at May 2018
Details are being kept strictly under wraps ahead of and ‘s at May. Fans won’t know who her maid of honour is, or who’s designed her attire, before the afternoon. However one thing we do know is her bridal fragrance will comprise at least one sprig of myrtle — a tradition which dates back to 1840, when Queen Victoria married Prince Albert.
Myrtle, the symbol of matrimony, symbolises love and hope and has been used at because the 19th century; the Duchess of Cambridge carried a sprig of myrtle in her fragrance when she wed at 2011. It is almost certain that Meghan, 36, will honour the royal tradition when she says “I do” to Harry at May at St George’s Chapel, Windsor.
Meghan will marry Harry in May
Just like Kate, Meghan might also decide to pay tribute to Harry’s late mother, Princess Diana, by adding lily of the valley in her bouquet. Both Diana and Kate, and Princess Margaret and Princess Anne, transported the plant, and this symbolises marital happiness. The Duchess also had a number of their Middletons’ favourite stems inside her fragrance — hyacinths, to get steady love, and ivy, for fidelity and friendship.
While Meghan will be mindful of the royal family’s customs, she might also want to incorporate some of her very own favourite flowers in the temples. Meghan is a , that is in season in May, just in time for the wedding. The star’s Instagram feed is filled with beautiful pictures of peonies and in many different colors: pink, white, coral.
Her favourite blossoms are peonies
In 2016 she composed along with an image of a fragrance: “I bought those peonies for myself because they make me endlessly pleased. Something sweet for yourself now also. #treatyourself #simplepleasures #favoriteflowers @_thetig.” Meghan also shared yet another picture of a gorgeous bouquet — perhaps gifted for her out of Harry — writing: “Swooning over these. #London #peonies #spoiledrotten.”