This is what Meghan Markle's wedding perfume will smell like
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Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s wedding fragrance has been created by the Queen’s perfumer Floris and it sounds like it’s going to smell out of this world! The bespoke perfume is inspired by the brand’s existing Beramotto di Positano perfume.
Meghan Markle loves perfume. We know this as the bride-to-be once said: “Fragrance is my favourite thing. So much so that if I leave the house and I don’t put any on, I’ll turn around and go back home.” The question is, what perfume will she decide to wear on her wedding day? According to People magazine – the famed British perfumer Floris London has already created a special royal wedding scent. This is big news as the iconic brand is the only fragrance maker to be issued with a royal warrant. It sadly won’t be available to buy, but we have all the details of what it will smell like…The scent itself is inspired by the brand’s Beramotto di Positano perfume which smells of bergamot, orange blossom ginger and green tea.
Floris London has created a special scent for the royal wedding
Floris London has been the royal family’s go-to scent maker for many years – dating way back from the 1800s. The brand used to make products for Queen Victoria and gifts a new perfume for the current Queen every year on her birthday. In 2011, they made a stunning, exclusive scent for Prince William and Duchess Kate for their nuptials and it was aptly called “Wedding Bouquet.”
One of Meghan’s favourite perfumes is Wood Sage & Sea Salt by Jo Malone
According to The Express, the 36-year-old reportedly alternates between a collections of scents, but especially enjoys Oribe’s Cote d’Azur Eau de Parfum, £65, and both the Wild Bluebell and Wood Sage & Sea Salt colognes by Jo Malone, which are priced at £90 each and are available now from the luxury high-end perfumer.
The Duchess of Cambridge also has a penchant for Jo Malone like her future sister-in-law. Kate had the brand’s Orange Blossom candles lit in Westminster Abbey during her wedding to Prince William in April 2011. The crisp, fresh orange scent created a luxurious and opulent atmosphere inside the venue as William and Kate exchanged their vows, and is loved by brides-to-be everywhere as the ultimate romantic scent.