Prince Harry and Meghan Markle
Alli Webb predicts Meghan Markle's hairstyle on her royal wedding with Prince Harry. Pictured: Markle and Prince Harry watch a performace during their visit to Cardiff Castle on Jan. 18, 2018 in Cardiff, Wales. Getty Images/Ben Birchall

The founder of the salon that Meghan Markle has frequented in New York predicted her hairstyle on her royal wedding.

Alli Webb, the Drybar founder, told Today Extra (via Daily Mail) on Thursday that Prince Harry's fiancée was a regular customer when she was still in New York. So, Webb shared her thoughts on how Markle would probably style her hair on her big day.

"She has naturally curly hair and she likes a smooth blow-out with soft waves, as we've seen," Webb said. "My prediction is she'll do soft waves, hair half-up with some curls, very soft and pretty."

Webb is open to styling Markle's hair if they will request her service for the televised ceremony. In fact, she would "be there in second."

On the same interview, Webb was asked to describe Markle's personality. "I knew her a little bit, and now she's, ahh, not around anymore!'" she said.

"She's super nice, very down to earth, low-key. Just like a girl you'd be friends with,' she expounded," Webb continued. "You see that when you see her on TV - she's very nice, normal, very humble, very approachable."

Meanwhile, Johnny Fincham, a palm reading expert, claimed that the "Horrible Bosses" star would be a bossy and dominant partner to Prince Harry based on the line of her palm. In fact, Markle will use her charm and wit to get the things she wants.

"She will be terrified of failure, very bossy and dominating by using charm, wit and drama to get what she wants," Fincham said.

"She will dominate her partner to a very great extent. It will be her way or the highway as far as the prince is concerned."

In related news, Judi James, body language expert, believes that Prince Harry and Markle are in sync. The couple has the "look of love" and they mirror each other’s body movement. Prince Harry treats his fiancée differently compared to her exes Cressida Bonas and Chelsy Davy.

"In the past, we have seen Harry doing 'fun' and 'flirty' with his girlfriends but I have never seen him do this level of body language mirroring until he met Meghan," James explained.

"This is a good example of the subconscious mirroring that suggests a couple are like-minded and like-bodied. Strong ties of love often lead to this mimicry because each person wants to get closer, show empathy and create the strongest links to their partner."