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>> Diana, then Kate. Next up, US actress Meghan Markle. A royal wedding for many is all about the dress. And with just two months to go before she weds Britain's Prince Harry the rumor mill is in overdrive over what designer she'll choose. Royal officials are keeping details a tightly-guarded secret.
Stella McCartney also playing it cool, after Markle wore one of her coats on a visit to Cardiff earlier this year.>> It's a beautiful honor and privilege to do anyone's wedding dress.>> For fashion brands, winning a royal seal of approval is big business. Kate Middleton became an icon after marrying Harry's elder brother in 2011, with huge interest in her choice of outfits.
Not to mention how quickly clothes worn by their children fly off the shelves. British retailer Marks and Spencer sold out of a 45 pound jumper after Meghan was photographed wearing it. And Canadian designer Sentaler got a boost when she wore one of their coats to a royal Christmas church service.
>> I think she'll definitely wear a UK deisgner, UK has amazing designers, I'm not sure which one.>> Other designers are also convinced the bride to be's dress choice will honor her new home.>> I would think that she would have an English designer do something for the royal wedding.
I'd think that would be appropriate.>> But if she wants an American, we're->> We're here.>> We're in the phone-book, yeah.>>
British-Austrailian brand Ralph and Russo are a favorite with the bookies. Meghan wore one of their dresses in her official engagement portraits. Another possible is Alexander McQueen.
But even low cost high street brand Primark makes the list on the William Hill betting site, although its odds are 100 to 1.