Is Roland Mouret designing Meghan Markle's wedding dress?

The palace has not confirmed the designer of Markle's wedding gown yet, but it has been revealed that Prince Harry's fiancée has already selected one. In fact, it was reported that the "Suits" star had her first fitting already.

Many believed that Mouret got the job. Recently, Mouret was asked if he was designing Markle's bridal gown, but he remained tight-lipped about it.

"Mmmmm, I don't want to say," Mouret told WWD. "No comment. It's…there is no comment on that. She's a friend. And that's…I can't say."

Mouret and Markle are good friends. The "Suits" star and the French fashion designer first met in Istanbul. Since then she has been spotted wearing a number of Mouret's designs.

However, earlier this month he seemed to hint that he got the job. "Meghan knows really well what she likes and the main thing with Meghan is to listen to her and work in collaboration with her," Mouret told New York Post.

When pressed for more details, the designer felt that he already shared more than enough. "I've already said too much," Mouret said.

Markle has already said what type of gown she wants. For Prince Harry's bride-to-be, Carolyn Bessette Kennedy's wedding dress is "everything goals." Thus, the design of Markle's bridal gown maybe close to it.

"I think Meghan will choose an effortlessly chic gown with clean lines and minimal detail," British bridal designer Suzanne Neville told People. "I think the dress will be elegant and traditional, but with a modern twist."

In related news, Kensington Palace already announced the time when Prince Harry and Markle's wedding ceremony will start. The nuptials are set to begin at 12 p.m. UK time (7 a.m. EST). After that, the newlyweds will have the traditional carriage ride procession which will depart from the castle at 8 a.m. EST.

"They hope this short journey will provide an opportunity for more people to come together around Windsor and to enjoy the atmosphere of this special day," the palace announced.

Since Prince Harry and Markle will not be able to return to Buckingham Palace immediately after their wedding ceremony, they are expected to re-invent the balcony kiss. It is believed that the Duke and the "Horrible Bosses" star will have their first public kiss at the steps of St. George Chapel in Windsor Castle.