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But not all royals are created equal, and even though there are now two duchesses on the block, Markle will still have to curtsy to her new sister-in-law, Kate Middleton, also known as the Duchess of Cambridge.

The Emillia Wickstead dress which most closely resembles Meghan's Givenchy one is the £7,000 Helene dress. Emilia actually works as a designer for the royal family!

The blonde beauty continued: "Most of the time I avoid headgear".

Oh, and then she just casually slipped this in: "Last weekend I attended the royal wedding".

The verdict is still out on the similarities in the wedding dress. She previously said she was "emotionally hungover" after the celebrations. "Her wedding dress was quite loose", Wickstead said.

"I'm not sure what she said, if anything, about Thomas Markle".

Both women were invited to Harry and Meghan's wedding but not to the reception.

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She took to Instagram to share her look of the day and wrote alongside, "Thank you to everyone inquiring about today's dress!"

"Once I was there, I got to see the people that were on the grounds with us", she explained.

According to Harper's Bazaar, the search for a wedding dress designer didn't occur until about a month after her engagement to Prince Harry, which happened in November. The comment also confirmed Wickstead does not believe the Givenchy gown was a copy of her own.

The two worked closely together on the design, which ultimately became the iconic gown the world saw on May 19.

Agreeing with Murray, Parisa adds that they really tried to make it as authentic as possible, taking into account that Harry and Meghan are also just human beings.

The Duchess's passion for the era's music ran into her ceremony, too, where the Kingdom Choir sang a rendition of 50s legend Ben E. King's "Stand By Me".

Lola doesn't get a fairytale ending, but she does get a regular human ending of real comfort and a promise of "girlie shopping".