Royal fans will have the chance to see their favourite wedding outfits up close during a special exhibition at Windsor Castle.
From the Duchess of Sussex’s beautiful Givenchy wedding dress to Queen Mary’s 1932 diamond and platinum bandeau tiara, The Australian has revealed many of the items soon to be on display from the much-loved May wedding.
Taking place from October this year, A Royal Wedding: The Duke And Duchess Of Sussex will give fans a chance to relive the special day that was watched by thousands across the globe.
Whether you are a fashion enthusiast or just a big fan of Meghan and Harry the display has it all, from the intricate details of the silk gown to the Duchess’ five metre long veil that flowed elegantly behind her as she entered the church.
However, it isn’t just about the beautiful and glamorous brunette, with a copy of Prince Harry’s Savile Row-tailored uniform also featuring at the exhibition.
A Royal Wedding: The Duke And Duchess Of Sussex will be open for public viewing from late October at Windsor Castle and will later be moved to Holyrood Palace in Scotland where it will remain until October next year.
While eyes were glued to television screens across the globe back in May, as royal fans waited eagerly to see Prince Harry tie the knot with the stunning Meghan, a surprising member of the wedding party also managed to capture the world’s attention.
Brian Mulroney’s cheeky grin stole the hearts of millions of people on the big day as he followed behind the Duchess into the church.
Just weeks ago the seven-year-old pulled on the hearts strings again, recreating his iconic face in another snap.
Meghan’s best friend and stylist Jessica Mulroney shared a gorgeous family photo of herself along with four-year-old daughter Ivy, seven-year-old Brian and his twin brother, John. The 38-year-old from Canada couldn’t help but notice her son pulling the same face he made during Meghan’s big day.
“Another day, another jumpsuit,” she wrote. “That Brian face tho.”