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Details are being kept strictly under wraps ahead of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's royal wedding in May. Fans won't know who has designed her dress, or who her maid of honour is, until the day. But one thing we do know is that her bridal bouquet will contain at least one sprig of myrtle – a tradition that dates back to 1840, when Queen Victoria married Prince Albert. Myrtle, the emblem of matrimony, symbolises love and hope and has been used in royal brides' bouquets since the 19th century; the Duchess of Cambridge carried a sprig of myrtle in