Meghan Markle managed to bring different worlds together during her wedding to Prince Harry on May 19, 2018.

At that time, the Duchess of Sussex was photographed wearing an intricately designed wedding veil that featured the flowers from all of the Commonwealth countries. Months after her wedding, Markle said in the documentary “Queen of the World” that Prince Harry didn’t have any idea as to how her veil would look like.

While speaking with Express, stylist Melita Latham talked about Markle’s veil and said that the piece of cloth was used to convey a bigger and deeper message.

“Meghan is a strong woman and knows exactly what she wants. Her embroidered veil design was a clear example of Meghan’s wish to pay her respects to new beginnings, her husband and the Commonwealth. The intricate detailing and workmanship that took 500 hours to complete is a unique symbol of unity, becoming part of the royal family and indeed the world, the Commonwealth,” she said.

Latham went on to say that by wearing a veil that featured the Commonwealth countries, Markle conveyed the message that she wants to bring harmony, love and support to her husband’s charities. The new mom also wants to bring the entire world together in her own way.

Meanwhile, Markle also made headlines this week after it was revealed that she and Prince Harry didn’t attend the wedding reception of Misha Nonoo in Rome. Immediately after the wedding ceremony, the couple jet off to London to reunite with their son, Archie.

During a previous engagement for Smart Works, the Duchess of Sussex also rushed back home to feed her 4-month-old son. Prince Harry and Markle are also preparing to go to South Africa for their royal engagement.

On Sept. 23, they will be arriving in Cape Town with Archie. Their tour of South Africa will wrap up on Oct. 2.

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Prince Harry and Markle wave from the Ascot Landau Carriage during their carriage procession on the Long Walk as they head back towards Windsor Castle in Windsor, on May 19, 2018 after their wedding ceremony. Getty images/Aaron Chown