We may not know what Meghan Markle's wedding dress for her upcoming nuptials on May 19 looks like, but we do know what the soon-to-be royal will smell like. According to People, Floris London — a centuries-old British perfumer and the only fragrance maker to have a royal warrant — has created a special royal wedding scent inspired by its Bergamotto di Positano perfume, which smells of bergamot, orange blossom, ginger and green tea.
Its warm, citrusy notes evoke the great 19th century love story of Mary Floris, whose husband left his small fishing village in Positano to travel to England to marry her.
Custom wedding fragrances are a standard practice for the Windsors; Floris London has been the go-to scent-makers for the royal family dating back to the 1800s. The brand has made products for Queen Victoria and produces a new perfume for the current Queen every year on her birthday. In addition, the company made a special scent for the 2011 nuptials of Prince William and Kate Middleton, called Wedding Bouquet.
The bottle and exact smell of Markle's scent has yet to be revealed, and when we reached out to Floris London, the company dutifully replied that it does not disclose its relationship with any royal household. But since her scent is based on another, you can simply shell out $180 to help you imagine that you're also marrying a prince or attending the grand spectacle taking place at the Windsor Castle in just a few short weeks.