Now that the fairy dust surrounding Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's royal wedding has blown away, the relatable, authentically human moments from the couple's big day are coming to light, reminding us that even at Windsor Castle, there's no such thing as perfection.
"It was such a lovely, incredible wedding", she added.
Wickstead's dress has some of the same features as Markle's, including the sleeves, neckline, and simple design.
Beckham also wore navy to Prince William's 2011 nuptials to Kate Middleton, but she said she enjoyed dressing for this wedding more.
Wickstead commented on Markle's choice in hairstyle.
"If you choose a simple design the fit should be flawless", Wickstead added.
"Chelsy was quite emotional about it all, she was in tears and nearly didn't go to the wedding", the source said.
Moda Operandi Emilia Wickstead's "The Helene" wedding dress. So it makes sense that she would give her something special as a wedding present, although a personal aide isn't as glamorous as a country home. "I was like, 'Hold the wisps back - it's a royal wedding for God's sake'".
She added: "I hope for as much privacy as possible".
Two of Meghan's page boys, Brian and John Mulroney, the seven-year-old twin sons of her "dear friend", well-known Canadian stylist Jessica Mulroney, accompanied her to the church in the Queen's Rolls-Royce Phantom.
The pair arrived together, but they were not extended an invitation to the more exclusive wedding reception.
The Psychic Twins have revealed to Daily Star Online the "People's Princess" has told them her son and new daughter-in-law will have their first child in 2019.
Per reports, Samantha has already begun her work with Meghan, having advised her ahead of Prince Charles' 70th birthday/garden party at Buckingham Palace. "I think she loved the fact that I was a British designer and working in a house such as Givenchy, which has its roots in a classical, handsome style from the time of Hubert [de Givenchy] himself".