- Publish Date
- Friday, 6 April 2018, 1:30PM
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's wedding is just a few months away and the pressure is on to pay tribute to Princess Diana in a meaningful way.
According to the Daily Mail, speculation has been rife among fans of the Royals, though nothing's been confirmed.
According to Elle U.K., there will be more than one tribute to Princess Diana at the latest royal wedding, including Meghan's wedding bouquet.
The arrangement will reportedly "be made up of white garden roses to symbolize the royal".
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The arrangements will be created by London-based florist Philippa Craddock, Kensington Palace confirmed on Instagram.
While the post said nothing of a tribute to Princess Diana, it did confirm that white garden roses will come into play in the arrangements. There will also be "branches of beech, birch and hornbeam" and "peonies and foxgloves".
The Sun also obtained information about the arrangements. Sources have said that the white garden roses, meant to honor Princess Diana's memory, will be placed next to the peonies, which are Meghan's favorite, and the foxgloves.
A previous report suggested that Meghan may honor the late Princess by wearing a Spencer Tiara on her wedding day. Royal experts have said it's highly likely she'll go this route.
The Spencer Tiara, worn by Diana on her own wedding day in 1981, is thought to be the front-runner, though Meghan's got plenty of options.
While neither Meghan, nor the palace, has confirmed what - if any - tiara she plans to wear at the wedding, we do know which are out of the running.
This article was first published on Daily Mail and is republished here with permission.