She's arrived! It's all happening! We're screaming! With the royal wedding officially less than 24 hours away, the wedding cake has been baked, the flowers picked, and Meghan Markle's wedding dress has been safely stowed away. Now, all that's left to do is rest up for the big day, and it looks like bride-to-be Meghan Markle is doing just that. Meghan has just arrived at the hotel where she'll be spending the night before her royal wedding, rocking that oh-so beautiful bridal glow and with her mom in tow.
Wearing the Barwick dress from Roland Mouret, an off-the-shoulder navy blue number (which is naturally already sold out), Meghan and her mother, Doria Ragland, checked into Cliveden House hotel, according to People. There, Meghan will spend her final night as a commoner in luxury accommodations! As previously reported, the royal bride and groom are expected to remain apart from each other the night before they say "I do," and Markle and Harry will be no exception. While Meghan is staying at Cliveden House, Prince Harry will reportedly be spending the night at the five-star Coworth Park hotel in Berkshire, per the Daily Mail, which is a convenient 15-minute drive away from the wedding venue, St.
George's Chapel at Windsor Castle. Prince William, Harry's official best man, will also reportedly be bunking at the same spot.
Meghan looked the very part of a beautiful bride when she arrived at her hotel, where she said that she was feeling "wonderful," according to People. No pre-wedding nerves for this bride-to-be! Her mother, Doria Ragland, is also having tea with the Queen today (casual), after which she'll be spending the night with her daughter. After getting some beautiful sleep in her surely luxurious suite (maybe the very one below), Meghan will get ready at Cliveden House tomorrow morning before being whisked away to her royal wedding.
After driving the 30 minutes to Windsor Castle with her mother, Meghan will walk down the aisle—first solo, and then on the arm of Prince Charles who will lead her to the altar to wed Prince Harry. Eeek!