Meghan Markle has a good taste in fashion, so everyone is already looking forward to her wedding dress.

According to ABC News, the "Suits" star described herself as a "California girl" and "relaxed." The publication noted that Markle will likely blend these traits with the formality of the royal family when she chooses a design for her wedding gown.

There are tons of names on the list who will probably design the gown for the next royal wedding. Among the designers that Markle will likely consider is her friend Misha Nonoo.

Nonoo, a London-based designer reportedly set up Prince Harry and Markle on a blind date. She also designed the white button-down shirt that the "Horrible Bosses" actress wore when she and Prince Harry made their first public appearance at the 2017 Invictus Games in Toronto. Thus, there is a possibility that Nonoo will also design the actress' wedding gown.

Meanwhile, Markle may also consider Princess Diana's longtime favorite designers Catherine Walker and Amanda Wakeley. Prince Harry and his fianceé have already expressed their desire to pay tribute to the late Princess of Wales on their royal wedding. The couple wants Princess Diana to be part of their nuptials.

"It is days like - days like today when I really miss having her [Princess Diana] around and miss being able to share the happy news," Prince Harry said during their engagement interview. "But, you know, with the ring and with everything else that's going on, I'm sure she's, she's with us."

"Obviously not being able to meet his mom, it's so important to me to - to know that she's a part of this with us," Markle added.

On the other hand, fashion expert Joe Zee suggested that the "Dater's Handbook" star might wear a wedding gown from British designers Erdem or Stella McCartney. He added that it is unlikely for Markle to pick Alexander McQueen because Kate Middleton had them designed her dress on her big day.

No matter who will design Markle's wedding gown, one thing is certain, the details will likely be a secret until the royal wedding. Princess Diana and Middleton's wedding dresses were created as a "top secret" project.

"We knew who it was for, but it was very secret - we had net curtains up and cleaners were not allowed into the room and the code on the door was changed," Mandy Ewing told Hello! as she recalled her experience when they created the Duchess of Cambridge's wedding gown. "The dress was all in the news, but nobody knew who was doing it. When you're working you just focus on it and try not think about what's in the news. But it was an exciting event and everybody loved working on it - it was a once in a lifetime opportunity."

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