Chloe Savage helped make both Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle’s iconic wedding gowns.
She’ll be one the of the first to know when Prince Charles or Prince William becomes the next king.
Savage will help make the coronation robes, and Middleton would need one too if William is crowned.
When it comes time to crown the next King of England, one of the first people to know will be the woman who helped make Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle’s wedding gowns.
“When we change monarchs, we will know far in advance who’s taking the throne because we’ll have to make gowns and everything else in advance – and that’s not a quick job,” Savage told Insider.
Savage is part of the Royal School of Needlework (RSN), which has embroidered the coronation robes for the heir to the British throne since Edward VII was crowned in 1901 after Queen Victoria died.
But the RSN hasn’t been called on to make coronation regalia in more than 60 years. When Queen Elizabeth took the throne in 1952, the country was still reeling from the end of World War II.
“It would have been considered awful to have new robes made, because everyone was rationing and struggling,” Savage…