Harry and HRH, The Duchess of Sussex,
Countess of Dumbarton, and Baroness Kilkeel.
I loved both these, the ceremony gown was even more streamlined than I had imagined and so thoughtful with symbolism. However, it was not as accurately fitted as it should have been from a design house such as Givenchy. It was disappointing but I chalk it up to the stress she's been under these last few weeks and Meghan probably not being as bothered with the loose fit to have them take the dress apart for alterations.
When I first saw Meghan, my first thought was of Princess Angela of Liechtenstein, the first black female royal bride. The dress, veil, bouquet, minimal makeup, and the lack of opulent jewels are so similar.
Princess Angela of Liechtenstein in 2000.
Then the Internet reminded me of the resemblance to some other European royal brides who also admire a classic streamlined, romantic style that allowed themselves to shine more than the dress or their adornments.
Crown Princess Mette-Marit of Norway, 2001
and Infanta Cristina of Spain, 1997.
She did very well, indeed.