When it comes to royal wedding dresses, we're not expecting future Duchess of Sussex's to be anything quite like Kate Middleton or Princess Diana's more covered-up styles, which were both designed by top British designers.
In fact, the American actress, humanitarian and activist had made known her penchant for whimsical and romantic dresses during an interview with Glamour magazine in 2016.
Which is why we're not surprised when Israeli designer Inbal Dror, known for her sexy yet romantic creations, was asked to submit designs for the much-anticipated wedding gown to be worn for the royal nuptials happening on May 19 next year, a spokesperson of the brand told The Telegraph.
Three preliminary sketches were released on the Internet and signed off with "for Meghan Markle with love". All included long sleeves (a tradition for royal brides), high necklines paired with sheer panels - a marriage of traditional and contemporary styles.
Two of the sketches, seemingly the front and back of the same dress, show a close-fitting silhouette with a lacy neckline and flared, ruffled skirt. Image: Obtained by TMZ
Another showed an A-line gown with a V-neckline and seemingly sheer panels at the decolletage, as well as plenty of intricate detailing - a signature of Inbal Dror. Image: Obtained by TMZ