Harry’s Wedding Gift To Meghan Has A Seriously Sentimental Meaning

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Meghan Markle and Prince Harry

celebrated their wedding with a

star-studded reception

which they arrived at in an open-top electric sports car last night.

The Royal pair looked every inch a Hollywood couple, with Harry stepping out in a fitted tuxedo while Meghan, in the passenger seat, wore a lily-white Stella McCartney halter neck silk crepe gown, and shoes from Aquazurra.

She also had on an emerald-cut aquamarine ring which

Princess Diana

wore just weeks before her death in August 1997.

Meghan & Harry leaving their reception, with Meghan wearing Harry's gift to her: a ring that previously belonged to Diana. Photo: Mega

It was believed to be Harry’s gift to Meghan.

Her hair, pulled back into a low bun, was styled by George Northwood, who charges £500 ($897) for an appointment.

They drove the one-and-a-half miles to Frogmore House on the Queen’s Windsor estate in an eco-friendly electric version of a 1968 Jaguar E-Type.

The left-hand drive soft-top was fitted with the registration plate E190518 – their wedding date.

Diana wore the ring countless times, and now it's safe with Meghan. Photo: Mega

The smitten couple, who earlier delighted more than 100,000 well-wishers with a kiss on the

steps of St George’s Chapel

, were last seen driving off to the black tie evening reception.

Meghan’s second dress was a bespoke lily white high-neck gown made of silk crepe, Kensington Palace said.

The after-party was held by Prince Charles in a £300,000 glass marquee in the grounds of Frogmore House.

Meghan and Harry joined 250 close friends and family at the stunning country house, where the couple enjoyed picnics when they first started dating.

Before the afternoon reception Harry, Meghan and senior royals posed for formal portraits with photographer Alexi Lubomirski.

Sealed with a kiss: newlyweds Harry and Meghan process through Windsor


Prince Harry and his American bride Meghan set off on a carriage procession around the town of Windsor after marrying on Saturday (May 19) in a dazzling ceremony in front of British royalty, celebrities and a global TV audience of millions. Lucy Fielder reports.

This story originally appeared on

The Sun

and is republished here with permission.

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