WPA Pool via Getty Images Florist Philippa Craddock.
The displays will use locally sourced flowers, many of which will be taken from the gardens and parks of The Crown Estate and Windsor Great Park, according to Kensington Palace.
How will Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's wedding flowers pay tribute to Princess Diana? In the couple's first joint interview in November, Harry noted that he used two diamonds from Diana's jewelry collection for Markle's engagement ring to "make sure that she's with us on this - on this insane journey together". "And so, while I now understand very clearly that there's a global interest there, I didn't know very much about him". Pictured: Prince Harry and Markle visit Millennium Point to celebrate International Women's Day on March 8, 2018 in Birmingham, England. In fact, their flowers will include white and cream roses which are associated with Princess Diana.
Now Morton is revealing some stunning details about Markle, 36, who will marry Harry on May 19. She cancelled "lunches on short notice" or expected friends "to rework their own schedules to accommodate the busy life of the rising star".
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She is also no stranger to the Royals as Craddock is the preferred supplier to the Victoria and Albert Museum, Kensington Palace, Banqueting House and Hampton Court Palace.
Though using local, in-bloom flowers is nothing new, what really caught the attention of royal fans is one special, particular flower that she plans on highlighting in her wedding: white garden roses.
"She loved the colours and the brightness [of the garden]".
Then again, she could have easily bought one in Toronto, but Morton believes that the blender held an important symbolic value for her. She has also worked closely with Harry and Prince William and Princess Kate on The Royal Foundation, the royals' charitable arm of which Markle will become a patron.
More than 2,500 members of the public and figures from charities the couple support are invited to watch the arrivals of the bride and groom and their guests, and to see them depart on a carriage procession around Windsor after the ceremony. The process has been highly collaborative, free-flowing, creative and fun.