Meghan Markle has reportedly chosen her wedding gown designers, and they’re not traditional.

Meghan Markle picks Ralph & Russo wedding dress

WE HAVE ROYAL WEDDING NEWS.

It’s been heavily suspected that Australian design duo Ralph & Russo have been tapped by none other than Princess of the people, Meghan Markle.

While we know that she’s already been busy with secret fittings and has chosen a designer, according to a secret source from Daily Mail it could very well be couture couple Tamara Ralph and Michael Russo.

“Meghan has chosen Ralph & Russo,” the source claims.

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Our patriotic senses are tingling.

Based in London’s Mayfair salon, Ralph & Russo were the first British fashion house to be invited to the Paris fashion couture week shows in over a century and are known for their extravagant and dare we say it… sexy designs.

In comparison to sister-in-law, Kate Middleton’s wedding dress, which was designed by Sarah Burton of British luxury brand Alexander McQueen, the gowns produced by the London-based duo are much more elaborate and ornate.

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While Meghan probably won’t be walking down the aisle in a sheer, beaded naked dress a la Alessandra Ambosio, or with a gown flocked in feathered goodness like Rita Ora at the BRIT Awards, maybe this is a sign that the princess-to-be is opting for something a bit less ‘conventional’.

Here’s what we’re thinking the dress could be like…

A little bit ritzy…

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A little bit flouncy...

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A little bit draped...

Ralph and Russo
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A little bit different...

Meghan Markle Ralph & Russo
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