Meghan Markle Streamed This 'Chill' Spotify Playlist While Getting Ready for the Royal Wedding
Meghan Markle's wedding day makeup artist Daniel Martin reveals what it was like getting ready with the royal bride
While she got ready, the bride-to-be streamed 1950s, chilled music via Spotify, Meghan’s wedding makeup artist and longtime friend Daniel Martin tells PEOPLE.
“She was off her phone and playing music,” Martin says. “It was just us catching up and asking about mutual friends. Harry was out while we had our time together.”
Examples of artists who fall into that category include Billie Holiday, Ella Fitzgerald, The Drifters, Buddy Holly, Four Tops, The Platters and Ben E. King, the singer behind “Stand By Me,” which a gospel choir sang during Meghan and Prince Harry‘s ceremony at St. George’s Chapel.
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Before Markle, 36, walked down the aisle, “She didn’t seem nervous,” Martin continues. “She was very cool. She was regular Meghan. I think we were nervous but we didn’t want to make her nervous so it was very chilled. Of course brides have nerves but if we didn’t put so much expectation on it, it wouldn’t have made her nervous. It was very easy.”
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