Meghan Markle stunned everybody by wearing shorter dresses during her royal tour with Prince Harry. And, there is a particular reason behind it.
According to a maternity clothing & dresses expert, there is a reason why both Kate and Meghan started opting for reduced hemlines with eye-popping leg flashes when pregnant.
Even though Meghan’s baby bump is still small, she sported several outfits which highlighted not only her pregnancy but also her legs during her tour. According to the founder of Seraphine, there is a particular reason Meghan has now opted for shorter dresses, just like Kate Middleton did when pregnant with George, Charlotte and Louis.
Cecile Reinaud explained to The Royal UK:-
“She’s likely to have quite a big bump because she’s quite a petite build. So highlighting legs and arms is always a good trick to keep a nice silhouette”.
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“Kate Middleton did go shorter for sure. She went shorter, on a couple of occasions well above her knee, which she never does normally. And especially in winter, because when she wore opaque black tights, it looks okay”.
So, Meghan is trying to do the same.
Meghan’s fashionable style started going more revealing when she arrived in New Zealand for the final leg of her tour. She sported a revealing black knee-length dress.
It flashed her thighs as she walked down from the plane. The gown was the ASOS’s maternity wiggle dress. This dress is claimed to be very much affordable, available at the price of £35.
However, it was not the affordable price that raised eyebrows.
It was its high-cut hemline as it was feared she might have broken royal protocol. But according to Myka Meierm, Meghan is constantly surrounded by a royal team who hand-pick her clothes to make sure she does not break the monarchy’s traditions.
Ms Meier told The Royal UK: “They would not have given her the option to do something disrespectful. She has an entire team of aides that call in the pieces”.
“They would have pulled appropriate pieces. The Palace is very involved in what she wears and her presentation. And of course she has the final say, but there wouldn’t have been any of her breaking rules”.