For the first time since her wedding day in May, the Duchess of Sussex will be reunited with her Givenchy gown and highly ornate veil as it prepares to go on display in a new exhibition in Windsor.
Filmed across the course of a year, the Queen of the World documentary will investigate the monarch's role as the head of the Commonwealth and how she is passing down responsibility to younger members of the Royal Family.
And with Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's first Commonwealth tour fast approaching next month, the Duchess of Susssex will discuss the symbolism behind the floral Commonwealth emblems which were sewn into her extravagant wedding veil.
Incredibly ornate in design, the 15ft veil featured 53 different flowers to symbolise each of the Commonwealth countries – including New Zealand's kowhai flower.
What's more, Meghan has also revealed that the California poppy and wintersweet designs were her personal favourite as the flowers grow outside the couple's home in Kensington Palace.
Talk about #relationshipgoals.
Although almost six months have now passed since that magical Royal occasion, this is the first time Meghan Markle will discuss her wedding day in a television interview.
And we can't wait to hear her personal highlights.
Also featuring old footage of previous Commonwealth tours, viewers are also given behind-the-scenes access to the filming of the Queen's annual Christmas message.
Addressing the Commonwealth on what will be a momentous upcoming year, Her Majesty is forced to stop filming after birds heard from the Palace grounds interrupt the broadcast.
Queen of the World will air on at 9:15pm on 25 September on ITV.
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