Meghan Markle
Meghan Markle’s wedding dress will certainly be the talk of the town on her wedding day. Pictured: Markle visit Edinburgh Castle on Feb. 13, 2018 in Edinburgh, Scotland. Getty Images/Chris Jackson

Meghan Markle’s wedding gown is expected to make headlines on or before her wedding day.

Jade Beer, editor at the British edition of Brides magazine, said that Prince Harry’s fiancée is expected to have an upgrade on her gown during her May 19 wedding. Years ago, Markle tied the knot with Trevor Engelson, but her dress during her first wedding will be nothing compared to the one she will wear at her royal nuptials.

“It’s going to be the greatest fashion commission of 2018. There’ll be millions of eyeballs on it. It’s her major fashion moment. She’ll definitely need an upgrade from the dress she wore for her first wedding,” Beer said.

In 2011, Markle wore a strapless white dress on her wedding day in Jamaica. This time around, the former actress may wear a stunning long-sleeved gown. As of late, the identity of the designer that Markle chose has not yet been revealed, but Victoria Beckham previously denied speculations that she will be the one creating Markle’s wedding dress.

The actress may have chosen British-Canadian designer Erdem Moralioglu, Ralph & Russo, Alexander McQueen, and more.

Miles Socha, the editor in chief of Women’s Wear Daily, said, “I mean, she could surprise us all and choose a Canadian brand – she was so loyal to them while she was filming up there. But probably we would have to place our bets on a British designer.”

But regardless of who Markle will choose to design her dress, fans and experts expect that she will wear something less traditional.

Naomi Neoh, a London-based bridal designer, said, “I really expect something different from her. Her style is so clean, really modern, and bridal has been so traditional in the past few years. I think – I hope – it would be clean, simple with beautiful detailing.”

Markle and Prince Harry will tie the knot on May 19 at St. George’s Chapel in Windsor Castle at 12 noon (7 a.m. EST). Reception will follow at St. George’s Hall for the guests of the congregation after Markle and Prince Harry’s carriage ride at 1 p.m. (8 a.m. EST).