Meghan Markle has been bombarded with requests from numerous fashion designers asking if they can make her wedding dress when she marries Prince Harry.
The happy couple - who have been dating just over a year - are yet to get engaged, but designers are already begging her to choose them when it comes to making her glamorous frock for her big day because they know their nuptials will be the biggest royal shenanigan since the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge got hitched in 2011.
Speaking to the Daily Star newspaper, British designer Giles Deacon - who created Catherine's sister Pippa Middleton's dress when she married her partner James Matthews in May - said: "If Meghan Markle was in any way interested, I would be more than delighted. But I'm sure she's got plenty of people on her list."
Although the pair haven't yet announced their engagement, friends believe they are basically at that stage in their relationship but the flame-haired royal is waiting until the right moment to make a formal announcement of the couple's plan to marry.
A source said recently: "While Meghan may not be wearing a ring or a formal engagement announced, it's fair to say they're as good as engaged now.
"They've spoken about their marriage plans openly with each other, and friends and family around them are pretty much thinking about wedding attire already!"
It comes after Harry, 33, and Meghan, 36, were spotted on their first public engagement together as they attended the Invictus Games in Toronto, Canada.
Since Harry and Meghan started dating, the brunette beauty has reportedly been given round the clock security because of her high profile romance.
Meghan's neighbour said: "She [Meghan] hasn't been around much for the last few days - Friday night they were here. I tell you, when he's [Harry] here, the street is full of police and security people. They just go straight in and they don't come out."