Ever since news of the 2018 royal wedding broke on 27 November when Prince Charles released a statement on behalf of the couple, the Meghan Markle wedding dress speculation has been rife.

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Given the fact that an estimated two billion people turned on their TV sets to catch a glimpse of the sensational Sarah Burton gown Kate Middleton wore when she married Prince William at Westminster Abbey back on 29 April 2011, it's not hard to see why the world is itching to find out what Meghan will choose.

And today we are excited to tell you that we might just be one step closer to finding out which designer will create the Meghan Markle wedding dress. Yes, really.

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According to the Jerusalem Post, Inbal Dror has been asked to submit a gown sketch by the palace. Oh what we'd do for a peek at the drawing!

We can totally see Prince Harry's fiancée Megan donning a bespoke bridal piece by the designer who graduated from Tel Aviv's Shenkar Fashion Art Academy. The silhouettes of Inbal Dror's wedding dresses are typically seriously sleek and sexy and since finding fame, the Suits actress has stepped out in a number of form-fitting designs.

The LA native scored a style hit when she teamed an inky blue fishtail-style gown with neat up-do for an event hosted by Elton John a few years ago and got it right yet again when she complemented a curve-enhancing taupe silk creation with pointed courts for a gala bash in New York.

Our next questions about the royal wedding on the 19 May 2018? What will Megan's wedding dress be accessorised with?

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Judging by all of her red carpet appearances in towering stilettos, we're confident that the brunette will add a couple of inches to her height with a pair of killer heels. But whether she will go for something understated like pale satin or opt for an on-trend splash of colour with blush pink, is anybody's guess.

Will she go traditional and wear a veil that's lifted as she reaches her husband-to-be at the alter after walking down the aisle at Windsor Castle's St George's Chapel? Or will Meghan perhaps choose to add a touch of sparkle to her ensemble with a glittering tiara? There are still so many details we're dying to know the answers to.

As far as we're concerned, May 2018 cannot come quickly enough...