Royal Wedding: Meghan Markle and Prince Harry donate flowers to hospice patients

Royal Wedding: Meghan Markle and Prince Harry donate flowers to hospice patients

Royal Wedding: Meghan Markle and Prince Harry donate flowers to hospice patients

Royal wedding flower arranger Philippa Craddock describes herself as having a "down to earth" approach to floristry.

Singer Ronan Keating and his wife Storm chose Craddock to provide the floral decoration for their wedding in 2015 and posted their gratitude."We loved working with you - your stunning floral was the ideal touch to our special day".

She said: "We were on rationing then, so we weren't allowed to sew on any embellishments, so the train was embroidered". Among them, royal staff were unpacking the incredible floral displays at St. George's Chapel and St. George's Hall, created by London florist Philippa Craddock.

She used some flowers including some picked from the Crown Estate and Windsor Great Park. Prince Harry handpicked the flowers in the bouquet from the couple's private garden at Kensington Palace, and included another of Princess Diana's favorite flowers, forget-me-nots.

The healthcare facility announced on Facebook that it received a "very special delivery" of bouquets made from royal wedding flowers on Sunday.

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"It is about the energy of love".

It's the subtle touches that made Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's wedding that extra bit special.

Only half-joking, she recalled: "To a certain extent it was exciting and my dad was over the moon".

She explained why they were working so quickly, tweeting @PhilippaFlowers: " It was important for the flowers to be as fresh as possible for the next recipients, the designs though inside remained in place all yesterday xx".

The Royal Collection Trust notes that the Queen also requested that in addition to the four national emblems, those of the Dominions of which she was now Queen should also be added to her coronation dress.

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