"It's a handsome couple, and it's great to see they found love and I just feel like it's going to grow because there's a generation who are going to discover the royal family in a slightly different way - I think this is a really good time for Meghan and for Harry". She said that she met the couple at an event in Birmingham in March this year. "It's really exciting to receive this invitation and be acknowledged in this way", said Ginday.
The designer, who has luxury boutiques in London, Bath, Leeds and Edinburgh, went on to say that she thinks Markle will have a "beaded skirt that'll be attached at the waist, but will come very wide away from the body", adding that it'll "go right round into a huge train at the back, so when she walks you've got this handsome silhouette of her really slim body".
The designer added, "I think both of the boys have always wanted to do things that have brought their mother into the occasion, of course Kate [Middleton] got the ring".
Miss Macaroon, Ginday's enterprise, provides training and job opportunities to disadvantaged young people.
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Other preparations include a 6,000 space pre-booked auto parking area, food stalls and facilities, a team of 140 Royal Borough Ambassadors to help steward the event and decorations of bunting and ceremonial banners along the procession route.
The wedding will, however, not include any political leaders from United Kingdom and overseas.
The future wife to Prince Harry appears to be crossing some to-do items off her list before the ceremony.