The couple donated their royal wedding flowers to patients at St Joseph's Hospice located in the UK. We can certainly see this today as St George's Chapel is filled with branches of beech and birch paired with lovely seasonal flowers such as peonies, white blooms and garden roses which look like they are naturally climbing up the walls in parts of the chapel and are used as a vast arch outside.
But before patients even got the hand-tied bouquets, the royal wedding flowers carried another poignant message. St Joseph's wrote in the caption: "A big thank you to Harry and Meghan and florist Philippa Craddock".
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The handsome blooms feature a heavy focus on foliage which was largely sourced from The Crown Estate and Windsor Great Park.
The floral decorations were designed by royal florist Philippa Craddock. It included another go-to flower for Princess Diana: forget-me-nots.More news: How Karnataka Dalit, Lingayat cards didn't work for Congress
She remembered working on the design, shrouded in secrecy, in Bruton Mews near Sir Norman's extraordinary salon in Bruton Street, in the heart of London's West End.
Speaking earlier this year, Craddock said in a statement that she had worked closely with Harry and Meghan to choose the flowers they wanted for their wedding.
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