Monique Lhuillier's Spring 2019 Bridal Collection may have been designed with Meghan Markle in mind

Of course, even the world of fashion isn't immune to the upcoming royal wedding. 

Designer Monique Lhuillier presented her Spring 2019 Bridal Collection on Thursday at Bridal Week, much of which was seemingly designed with Meghan Markle, along with the rest of the royal family, in mind. Titled "Regal Understated Elegance," her new collection was inspired by the idea that many brides could pass down their gowns to future generations -- much like the royals do with family heirlooms such as tiaras, diamonds and even christening outfits

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Monique Lhuillier Spring 2019 Bridal Collection
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Greg Kessler for Kessler Studio
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Lhuillier looked to timeless elements, including "a sleek silk crepe column gown with voluminous sleeves, natural waists, sculpted necklines, structured skirts, show-stopping V-neck lace [bodices] and a cathedral train," she said.

Photo: Greg Kessler for Kessler Studio

“If I were to be commissioned to do Meghan’s dress, this is what I would envision,” explained the beloved designer to Vogue about the dress that closed the presentation. Titled "The Majesty," the gown is, no doubt, as regal as they come.

Keeping in mind royal protocol, the dress comes with detachable shoulder streamers and features a lace detail quite reminiscent of Duchess Kate's 2011 Alexander McQueen gown

SEE ALSO: Get an affordable version of Kate Middleton's wedding dress

Other favorites from the collection include the silk "Moda," with an asymmetrical skirt, lace strapless silhouettes and chic bodices. Scroll through above for all the photos from the collection. 

Related: Famous royal wedding dresses 

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Most iconic royal wedding gowns of all time
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Most iconic royal wedding gowns of all time

Marie-Chantal Miller and Prince Pavlos of Greece

The Valentino-designed gown cost $225,000 and took 25 people to make

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Prince Abdullah with Rania El-Yassin of Jordan

Rania's gown was designed by Bruce Oldfield and featured rich gold embroidery

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Prince Carl Philip and Sofia Hellqvist of Sweden

The former reality TV star got hitched in a stunning Ida Sjöstedt dress that was decorated with handmade lace from Jose Maria Ruiz. 

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Queen Soraya and Shah Mohamed Reza Pahlevi of Iran

Queen Soraya donned a custom Christian Dior gown for her 1951 wedding

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Prince William and Kate Middleton of England

The now-Duchess of Cambridge's stunning wedding dress was designed by Alexander McQueen

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Prince Felix and Claire Lademacher of Luxembourg

Princess Claire dazzled in an Elie Saab gown with Chantilly lace flowers that came decked out with a 10-foot-long train

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Prince Guillaume and Stephanie De Lannoy of Luxembourg 

Princess Stephanie was a total vision in an ivory Elie Saab gown

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Prince Charles and Diana Spencer of Whales

Princess Diana took our breath away in a massive David and Elizabeth Emanuel gown

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Prince Rainier and Grace Kelly of Monaco

Grace Kelly wore a long-sleeved gown made by costume designer to the stars, Helen Rose, that featured a jaw-dropping 25 yards of heavy taffeta, 25 yards of silk taffeta, 100 yards of silk net, and 300 yards of lace

Princess Victoria and Daniel Westling of Sweden

Princess Victorian wowed in an off-the-shoulder Pär Engsheden satin gown -- but can we talk about that stunning tiara?!

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Prince Felipe and Letizia Ortiz of Spain

The former journalist opted for a collared Manuel Pertegaz gown a 14-foot train

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Princess Madeleine and Christopher O'Neill of Sweden

Princess Madeleine was the epitome of perfection in a Valentino gown

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Princess Caroline and Philippe Junot of Monaco

The royal donned a '70s-style wedding dress designed by Marc Bohan

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Prince Haakon and Mette-Marit Tjessem Hoiby of Norway

Princess Mette-Marit opted for a custom-dyed ecru silk crêpe with a 6-foot train and a nearly 20-foot veil

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Prince Frederik and Mary Donaldson of Denmark

Princess Mary wore a Uffe Frank gown made of an ivory duchess satin with a scoop neckline, a slim-fit bodice and lily-like sleeves

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