Meghan Markle tops Google's most searched celebrity wedding dress
It's official! Following three years since Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's royal wedding in Windsor Castle, the Duchess of Sussex's custom Givenchy wedding dress was still the top searched celebrity wedding dress of the past year.
The modern couture design by Clare Waight Keller has gone down in wedding dress history with its meaningful embellished veil featuring each of the 53 Commonwealth countries, and Queen Mary's Bandeau Tiara from Queen Elizabeth's tiara collection.
Meghan Markle's sister-in-law didn't fall far behind with her Victorian-inspired dress by Sarah Burton. The dress featured an ivory lace bodice, that iconic 9-foot train and her 'something borrowed', which was the Queen's Cartier tiara – set with 739 brilliant and 149 baton diamonds.
It was only in July that Gwen Stefani wed country singer Blake Shelton but her wedding dress earned her third place in Google's most searched celebrity dresses of the year.
For the occasion, the artist opted for not one, but two, custom Vera Wang dresses including a white silk georgette gown with a sweetheart neckline and the other, a white strapless minidress with a ruffled tulle skirt.
In May, Ariana Grande married Dalton Gomez in an intimate ceremony at their home in Montecito, California. For the occasion, the popstar opted for a strapless lily-white silm charmeuse empire gown with a hand-pleated tulle bubble veil and bow accent.
It's no surprise that Princess Diana's wedding gown still remains as one of the most searched wedding dresses on the past year. The David and Elizabeth Emanuel-designed dress has become one of the most iconic wedding dresses of all time – and with good reason.
In 1981, the late Princess wore a silk-taffeta fairytale gown with puff sleevs (so '80s), a 25-foot train – marking the longest in the history of royal wedding dresses – and 10,000 mother of pearl sequins.
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