We imagine that planning a Royal Wedding is very, very different to planning a normal wedding.
Us normal folk don't have to worry about security, well-wishers lining the streets, photographers, or what table to sit the Queen at when it comes to organising the most special day of our lives.
But there are some challenges that are the same for everyone – like finding the perfect bridesmaid dresses which keep all of our friends happy while still working with the colour scheme.
When the Queen's daughter Princess Anne was a bridesmaid when she was eight years old, designer David Sassoon was tasked with going to Buckingham Palace to do a fitting.
And like any mum of a bridesmaid the Monarch wanted to see the dress so popped in to have a look – but she had a rather surprising question for David.
Speaking on Channel 5's Secrets of the Royal Dressmakers, David said: “It was very exciting for me because I had only recently come out of college from the Royal College of Art, and suddenly I was going to Buckingham Palace to fit a dress on the Royal Princess.
“Designers were tradesmen so we went to the trade entrance where we were met by a page.
"We went up to the royal apartment. Nanny put Princess Anne into the bridesmaid dress and then out of the blue the Queen appeared.
"I went backwards to make a bow and walked into this corgi bowl full of watch which upset all over my shoes.
“The Queen pulled a cord by the side of the fireplace and a page appeared and wiped my shoes."
Later during the visit, when the Queen was looking at the dress, she asked a surprisingly relatable question.
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