- Publish Date
- Thursday, 14 December 2017, 3:14PM
The royal wedding will be upon us in a matter of months and we haven't been this excited about upcoming nuptials since, well, William and Kate’s.
So far details are being kept very quiet.
But one thing we do know is that her bouquet will contain myrtle.
Myrtle, the emblem of matrimony, has been a royal tradition since 1840.
Symbolising love and hope, the Duchess of Cambridge carried a sprig of myrtle in her bouquet when she married Prince William in 2011.
So it's pretty well guaranteed Meghan will follow the same rule when she marries Prince Harry at St George's Chapel, Windsor, in May.
Kate also chose to pay tribute to the late Princess Diana, by including lily of the valley in her bouquet.
What else could potentially be in Meghan's bouquet?
The 36-year-old has previously admitted her favourite flower is peonies, taking to Instagram to share beautiful pictures of the blooms.