The princess bride is ready for her royal wedding close-up!

Meghan Markle arrived at St. George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle in England Saturday (May 19) in a lovely silk white gown designed by Clare Waight Keller for Givenchy during her royal wedding celebration to husband Prince Harry.

The Duchess of Sussex elected Keller to design her dove-colored wedding dress, which featured a sculpted waist and open bateau neckline, because of the designer's "elegant aesthetic" and "relaxed demeanor," The Independent reported.

"I'd describe the skirt shape as a tulip, so it's not exactly fitted on the hips," luxury wedding dress designer Caroline Arthur described the Givenchy number, "but it's slightly closer on the hips down to midway between your hip and your knee and at that point it then flares out."

In addition, Markle also wore a one-of-a-kind flora veil made of hand-embroidered flowers. The veil was five-meters-long and emphasized every Commonwealth country, which was a special appreciation to Prince Harry's election as Commonwealth Youth Ambassador.

The Queen presented Markle with Queen Mary's diamond bandeau tiara during the ceremony, which holds the brooch given to the Queen in 1953 at its center.

Prince Harry and his brother and best man, Prince William, both donned Blue and Royals military regalia during the royal nuptials.

See Meghan Markle's extravagant bridal look in our gallery below.

Meghan Markle's Royal Wedding Bridal Look

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