You may remember that Mulroney, 39, played day-of coordinator and stylist for Markle's wedding day (besides being mom to two of the wedding's page boys and one bridesmaid). She also helped Markle during her and Harry's first big royal tour and joined the Sussexes in Australia for the 2018 Invictus Games.
Now, the Canadian fashion stylist is helping plan weddings for a new Netflix show called I Do, Redo. Unlike most wedding-planning reality shows, though, Mulroney will advise couples whose first wedding didn't go quite like they wanted, and instead want a "redo" wedding.
The show will feature 10 30-minute episodes, is already in production and will air sometime in 2020.
"We are aiming to make a significant difference in the lives of our chosen couples whose first weddings did not go as planned due to tragic circumstances," Mulroney said in press release via Hello! Canada. "This is a side of the wedding industry that has never been shown on television before."
In the Instagram video Mulroney posted (above), she said it's been five years in the making. "I really wanted to show a side of weddings that I believe in," the mom of three said.
Mulroney said although a lot of wedding-focused programming with "bridezillas" and the "catty behavior" is very entertaining, I Do, Redo will help "couples who have had a rough go."
Our burning question: Will her BFF the duchess make a guest appearance? (Fingers, toes, ankles and elbows crossed.)
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