Both Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle are constantly in the center of public attention and one thing that has earned them a lot of headlines are their wardrobe choices. The tabloids have tried to drive a wedge between them and even go as far as to drag Queen Elisabeth into the conversation, by claiming that she doesn’t approve of their fashion style.
What fashion style does Kate prefer?
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Kate always strives to dress appropriately for the future queen. Her dresses are cut to a modest length and she likes pastel colors, perhaps under the influence of the queen, since they have been spending a lot of time together. Her dressing style has attracted a lot of followers, trying to imitate her.
What fashion style does Meghan prefer?
While in Hollywood, Meghan tended to dress more casually, fully aware of how fashion can shape her public image. After the marriage with Prince Harry, she has started to dress accordingly and has been seen in more stylish and glamorous clothing.
Is the queen annoyed with Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle’s clothing choices?
Tabloids love creating drama and reporting non-stories in an effort to drive their circulation. Recently, there was a story about the queen being angry about Kate’s dress she deemed was of inappropriate length. Another one was about Meghan’s dark nail polish, although nothing in royal guidelines forbids it.
The truth is, there are no royal fashion rules, apart from general notes on style and occasion. The queen most likely has far more important things to deal with than to worry about Kate and Meghan’s clothing. Add in the fact that both women dress with style and it is easy to see why the queen isn’t angry with either of them about their fashion choices.