The whole world impatiently waits for the main event of 2018 - the wedding of Meghan and Harry that will take place in Windsor Castle in May.
Closer to the date – more and more details became revealed.
For this time we have in mind an old-age tradition of decorating her wedding bouquet with myrtle.
This flower has always been a symbol of love, peace and silence. After starting by Queen Victoria, each royal bride wore it on the "Day".
Moreover, Queen Victoria planted the bush of the myrtle herself, since she'd gotten that priceless gift from Prince Albert’s grandmother.
Originally, it was growing on the Wight's Island.
Do you remember? Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton, also used a sprig of myrtle as the bouquet in 2011.
For now, the main bookies are fighting for the dress, which Meghan will choose for the occasion.
Bets are mostly on Marks and Spencer since Markle has publically approved the brand's participating in the ceremony.
Who's final winner? Let's see.
Based on materials: dailystar.co.uk