Practice makes perfect!
The future bride Meghan Markle was totally balanced when she made her first trip to the altar, in 1986, when she was an adorable flower girl at her aunt's wedding.
photograph obtained by PEOPLE, Meghan was all smiles while carrying a small bouquet of flowers for the nuptials. The little beauty, now 36, wore a pink lace dress with a matching hair bow, which was complemented by a simple string of pearls around her neck.
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Although Meghan and Prince Harry have just announced their engagement on Monday, the couple is already involved in wedding planning.
So far, we know that the big day will happen in May 2018, according to a special briefing at Buckingham Palace on Tuesday. (The exact date has not yet been announced.) Notably, Prince Harry's sister-in-law, Kate Middleton, will welcome her third child with Prince William just a month earlier. The date of William and Kate's wedding was also in the spring: April 29, 2011.
On Tuesday, Kensington Palace spokesman Jason Knauf also revealed that the wedding will take place in the Chapel of St. George at the Castle of Windsor.
is a very special place for Prince Harry, and he and Mrs. Markle have regularly spent time there over the past year, "said the Kensington Palace spokesman." They are delighted that the beautiful grounds of the Castle of Windsor are where they begin their lives as a marriage. "
The chapel is located in Windsor Castle, with a capacity of 800 – compared to Westminster Abbey (where Prince William and Princess Kate wed), which has capacity for 2,000.
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St. George's Chapel dates back more than 500 years and has been the seat of many royal weddings, including those of the children of Queen Victoria.The most recent royals to be married in the chapel were Harry's father, Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall in 2005.
Au Although it is not clear who will officiate at the wedding, Meghan will have to be baptized in the church before the nuptials.
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All members of the royal family, including Prince William and Princess Kate, and their children, as well as the Queen, of course, will be present.
And there's a good chance that Meghan's future niece and nephew will participate in the ceremony. Both Prince George, 4, and Princess Charlotte, 2, participated in the wedding of Kate Pippa Middleton's sister in May. George acted as a page boy, while Charlotte served as a maid of honor for his aunt. (Having young bridesmaids is very common in British aristocratic weddings.)
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As to what the real future will use to walk down the aisle, Meghan has previously shared some of her favorite wedding dress designers, including Elie Saab and J. Mendel, but now no one knows who she will turn to for the big day.
"I think Meghan will choose an elegant effortless dress with clean lines and minimal details," British bridal designer Suzanne Neville told PEOPLE. "I think the dress will be elegant and traditional, but with a modern touch."
The real future has also revealed earlier that her favorite wedding dress of all time was the elegant and simple dress Carolyn Bessette wore when she tied the dress. knot with John F. Kennedy Jr. The now iconic dress was designed by Narciso Rodriguez and resembled a bady slip.