El príncipe Harry y Meghan Markle ¡ya son marido y mujer! #Videa

No saben lo emocionada que estaba mis cielas, ni en la boda de Lucerito lloré tanto como esta vez en la capilla de San Jorge, lugar donde mi adorado príncipe Harry y Meghan Markle se dieron el ¡sí!

Todo Londres está de fiesta, por todos lados estaban transmitiendo la boda real, y es que este festejo paralizó el mundo entero, cientos de medios de comunicación se dieron cita en aquél lugar para llevars, de primera mano cada detalle. Aquí les comparto algunas fotas y videas de este maravilloso momenta.

Luego les cuento cuántos chacales atrapamos mi comadre la Chabe y yo en la fiesta. ¡Qué escándala!

Here she comes. Perfection!#meganmarkle #royalwedding #royalwedding2018 #meghanandharry @givenchyofficial

Una publicación compartida por Wedding Asia (@weddingasiaofficial) el

Che bellezza ❤️ #royalwedding2018 #harryemeghan #dream #elegance #inglishwedding #bride

Una publicación compartida por Francy (@francy_tod) el

Meghan Markle channeled her favorite celebrity wedding dress of all time, worn by Carolyn Bessette Kennedy, when she tied the knot to Prince Harry at the royal wedding. Meghan — who turned to French fashion label Givenchy for her royal wedding dress, which was created by British designer Clare Waight Keller — seems to have paid tribute to her favorite bridal style moment for her nuptials. Waight Keller made a gown out of pure white silk with an open neckline and slight A-line skirt. According to the release, her wedding shoes are “based on a Givenchy refined pointed couture design made of a silk duchess satin.” The regal, minimal look gives off the same sophisticated and sleek vibes as Bessette Kennedy’s iconic chic and simple dress by Narciso Rodriguez, worn when she tied the knot with John F. Kennedy Jr. in 1996. The $40,000 gown, which resembled a sexy slip, was the complete antidote to the puffy sleeves and oversized skirts that became the signature style during the 80s and early 90s. The $40,000 gown, which resembled a sexy slip, was the complete antidote to the puffy sleeves and oversized skirts that became the signature style during the 80s and early 90s. “Classic and simple is the name of the game, perhaps with a modern twist. I personally prefer wedding dresses that are whimsical or subtly romantic,” Meghan said of what she envisioned her bridal aesthetic to be like.

Una publicación compartida por Meghan Markle (@hrhofsussex) el

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