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The big reveal of Meghan’s wedding dress is one of the most hotly anticipated moments of the big day, but her chosen designer still remains a closely guarded secret.Ralph & Russo is the front runner, with the bride-to-be rumoured to wear a hand-stitched and heavily beaded design with long sleeves.However British bridal designer Caroline Castigliano has claimed that Meghan has in fact given Stella McCartney the honour.’Stella is such a perfect fit for Meghan,’ she told the New York Post.’She uses organic fabrics and her ethos is the same as Meghan.’Her style is very underplayed, her dresses are very clean in style, very much Meghan and they are friends.’ She added: ‘I believe it will be a very straight, fitted dress, with a big 9-foot train that comes off the dress from the side to create the drama, and lace trickling down the top of it.’ Australian born Tamara Ralph and Michael Russo are renowned for their full-on Hollywood glamour, jewel-encrusted couture designs.Based in a seven-storey Mayfair salon overlooking the gardens of Buckingham Palace, Ralph & Russo was the first British fashion house to be invited to the Paris couture shows in a century.Adored by A-list Americans such as Beyonce and Gwyneth Paltrow, Ralph & Russo made the skirt suit that Angelina Jolie wore to accept her honorary damehood from the Queen in 2014.The design duo were first linked to Meghan when she wore their daring black sheer evening gown worn by Meghan for her official engagement portrait with Prince Harry.Priced at a staggering £55,980, the outfit comprised a silk organza skirt, hand appliqued with silk tulle ruffles, and a sheer bodice decorated with intricate gold feather thread-work and beads.And insiders have previously claimed that the retired actress has asked for a £100,000 ‘ornate and intricate’ gown that will be more of a ‘showstopper’ than Kate’s while still ticking the royal protocol boxes.Earlier this month, members of the brand’s haute couture atelier team visited the Royal School of Needlework, who hand-stitched lace for the Duchess of Cambridge’s wedding dress.And earlier this month, Prince Harry was seen outside the Ralph & Russo in Chelsea last month flanked by police protection officers.It was rumoued that he was potentially making arrangements for Meghan’s gown, although the building is also home to a number of other firms.The brand is still the bookies favourite add odds of 1/5.Jessica Bridge of Ladbrokes said: ‘Ralph & Russo remain the odds-on favourites, but with Meghan thought to be wearing two dresses on her big day, a gamble is developing on her good friend Roland Mouret being given the honours for her slightly less formal evening gown.’ She added: ‘However, it wouldn’t actually be a huge surprise to see her opt for a classic American designer like Oscar de le Renta.’ Erdem Moralioglu, who was born in Canada, would be a fitting choice for Meghan, who may wish to make a nod to her former home.The former Suits actress, 36, previously wore the d

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