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For any copyright, please send me a message. Back in May 2018, Toronto-based stylist Jessica Mulroney proved that she is a wedding expert when she helped her best friend, Meghan Markle, prepare for her extravagant royal wedding. In the run up to the wedding, a source told Vanity Fair that she was always on the phone with Meghan, weighing in on the key decisions, like floral arrangements, canapes, and photography. As you might remember, the wedding went pretty well, so Canadian network CTV and Netflix are betting there's a show there. The two have teamed up to greenlight a new Mulroney-helmed reality show called I Do Redo, which will premiere in 2020. According to Page Six, the show will give couples whose first weddings were disastrous an opportunity to have another ceremony. (Given that Meghan's wedding to Harry was also her second wedding, it's clear Mulroney is an expert in this specific field.) In an Instagram post, Mulroney wrote that the show will “help real couples get over tragedy or distress and hopefully make a significant difference in their lives,” adding that she wants to show “a side of the wedding industry that has NEVER been shown on television.” Mulroney is currently a style contributor to morning programs Cityline and Good Morning America, where she did a segment in August that helped brides in Las Vegas. [Her relationship with Meghan](http://people.com/royals/inside-megh...
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