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Meghan wore a simple and elegant wedding dress when she tied the knot with Prince Harry on May 19, 2018. This pure white dress was made of a double-bonded silk cady and featured a bateau neckline and three-quarter length sleeves. Her veil, which measured 5 feet in length, was embroidered with the flora of all 53 countries of the Commonwealth.
According to Time, Markle's gown could have cost around anywhere between $250,000 and $400,000.
When she married Prince Rainier III of Monaco in 1956, Kelly wore a gown by MGM costumer Helen Rose. The gown used 25 yards of silk taffeta, as well as 100 yards of silk net. The $8,000 price tag would cost around $68,000 today.
Kelly's glamorous dress has inspired many famous brides over the years, including Kate Middleton, Kim Kardashian (in her wedding to Kris Humphries), and Ivanka Trump.
On April 29, 2011, the world's eyes were on Prince William and his blushing bride, Kate Middleton. Kate's long-sleeved lace dress, which reportedly cost $434,000, featured a satin bodice and a silk tulle skirt. Her bridal train measured just under 9 feet, and she wore the Queen's Cartier halo tiara.
The wedding gown was made of silk from China and featured long sleeves and a stunning veil. Its 15-foot train was inspired by Botticelli's painting of Primavera from 1482. In total, the gown took 350 women seven weeks to create.
On July 29th, 1981, nearly 750 million people tuned in to watch the wedding of Lady Diana Spencer and Prince Charles. Designed by David and Elizabeth Emanuel, Diana's silk gown used hand-made Carrickmacross lace and featured 10,000 pearls and a 25-foot-long train. It's estimated that it cost about $115,000.
At her low-key wedding to Prince Charles in 2005, Camilla Parker Bowles wore a light-blue silk chiffon dress topped with a gold-embellished silk coat, both designed by Robinson Valentine. Rather than wearing a crown, Camilla opted for a striking gold leaf feather headdress, which was made by Philip Treacy.
Princess Anne married her first husband Captain Mark Phillips in a high-necked Tudor-style wedding gown with a dramatic trumpet and past-the-knee sleeves.
The princess opted for a custom wedding dress by Giorgio Armani with an off-the-shoulder neckline and a slim silhouette. Adorned with 40,000 Swarovski crystals and 20,000 mother-of-pearl teardrops, the dress took 2,500 hours to create.
Soraya married King of Iran, Shah Mohammad Reza Pahlavi, in 1951 at the Marble Palace in Tehran. Her custom Christian Dior gown was made of more than 65 feet of white silk with 20,000 feathers and 6,000 diamonds. It weighed around 66 pounds.
Prince Andrew married Sarah Ferguson in 1986. The bride wore an ivory duchesse satin and beaded wedding dress designed by British couturier Lindka Cierach. Adorably, an embroidered letter 'A' (standing for Andrew) was visible on the dress.
Mabel truly had a one-of-a-kind wedding dress. In total 248 handmade bows were sewn from small to large on the dress and train. If you've never seen it before, you really can't comprehend it at first glance. Take a closer look.
Sofia's gown gave us major Kate Middleton vibes with its lace sleeves, A-line silhouette and open V-neck. It was made in not one, but three shades of white.
Crown Prince Naruhito and Princess Masako, both looked formal and fabulous at their wedding at the Tokyo Imperial Palace on June 9, 1993. The bride wore a formal white gown, complete with a sparkling diamond tiara and necklace, long silk gloves and a matching handbag.
Prince Amedeo of Belgium wed his Italian fiancee in 2014 in Rome. The bride wore a swiss-dot gown with an illusion neckline designed by Valentino and accessorized with a diamond tiara.
Veteran Spanish designer Manuel Pertegaz designed the journalist-turned-queen's wedding gown, which featured an impressive train, fitted bodice and an unusual high necked collar.
The bride married Norwegian author Ari Behn in 2002 wearing a two-piece outfit, which consisted of a Swarovski crystal-embellished coat and a 9-foot train. The design was inspired by the shape and color of the Martha lily.
On her big day, Rania wore a luxurious white wedding dress with a voluminous skirt and gold-detailed trim, created by British designer Bruce Oldfield.
Sonja's gown has a simple structure, with a high round neckline, a bell-shaped skirt and three-quarter length bell sleeves to match.
When she wed the King Constantine of Greece in 1964, Princess Anne Marie wore a simple high-waist gown with a delicate lace skirt detail. The unique design of the transparent coat and the netting detail on her sleeves and at the bottom of her wedding dress were unique and very impressive.
At her wedding to Prince Edward in 1999, Sophie wore an elegant gown created by Samantha Shaw. The v-neck, hand-dyed silk organza and silk crepe were embellished with 325,000 pearls and crystal beads.