The most iconic and gorgeous wedding dresses of all time

We're still not over the the most amazing Royal Wedding so we've taken the time to look back on the most iconic wedding dresses of all time now that we have a new addition to the list...

Meghan Markle 

At the top of our list is none other than the Duchess of Sussex. She wore an elegant and timeless Givenchy gown designed by Clare Waight Keller for her recent marriage to Prince Harry. 

Miranda Kerr

The Victoria's Secret model wore a Haute Couture Dior dress inspired by Grace Kelly for 2017 wedding to Snapchat founder Evan Spiegel.

Amal Clooney 

The stunning lawyer married George Clooney in 2014 while wearing a breathtaking custom made Oscar De La Renta gown.

Keira Knightley 

The actress married Klaxon's musician James Righton in a Chanel couture pale grey tulle dress. 

Solange Knowles 

She did change into a Kenzo gown for the ceremony, but Queen B's sister rocked up to the wedding wearing a Stephane Rowland jumpsuit while riding a bike.

Carrie Bradshaw 

While this wasn't actually a real wedding, Carrie's Vivienne Westwood gown she wore to marry Mr Big in is definitely high-up on our list.

Kim Kardashian 

For her second marriage in 2014, Kim wore a Givenchy couture gown to walk down the aisle in to marry Yeezy. 

Kate Middleton 

The Duchess of Cambridge's wedding dress was designed by Sarah Burton for Alexandra McQueen when she married Prince William in 2011.

Portia de Rossi 

She wore a stunning pale pink tulle gown designed by Zac Posen when she married Ellen DeGeneres. 

Princess Diana 

The people's princess wore a dress designed by David & Elizabeth Emanuel for her 1981 wedding, marrying Prince Charles.

Grace Kelly 

The beauty that went on to inspire so many iconic wedding dresses, her dress was designed by MGM costume designer Helen Rose.

Marilyn Monroe 

She wore a black skirt suit with a white fur collar at her 1954 wedding, marrying Jo DiMaggio 

Queen Elizabeth II

Her majesty saved up ration cards to purchase the material needed for her wedding gown to marry Prince Phillip in 1947.

Queen Victoria 

This list would not be complete without the dress and the lady who started the white-dress trend.