Meghan Markle Slays The Mountbatten Music Festival with Prince Harry

Posted on March 07, 2020

Well, we threw a theory out there the other day when Meghan showed up for her first public engagement in months (and one of her last for at least a while) in an uncharacteristically bold and brilliantly colored ensemble. Since she spent most of her public appearances in drab neutrals, in a trying-to-appease-everyone approach, the fact of her new boldness might be a representation of how she’s feeling with the new direction in her life. Turns out? Not just a theory!



SLAY THAT SHIT, DUCHESS! The message here, from killer color, to loads of leg, is loud and clear. It’s saying, “I’m going to hold on tight to my hot soldier boy’s hand and run off to make boatloads of money while everyone in our wakes gags and spits. Cry about it, bitches.”

Or something to that effect. We’re surmising.

Seriously, this is the hottest, boldest, best thing she’s worn since her wedding day. LIVING for those decidedly un-royal earrings.



Style Credits:
Safiyaa ‘Kalika’ Raised collar Long Dress with Shoulder Cape and Back Drape Detail in Scarlet Red Heavy Crepe
Simone Rocha Earrings
Manolo Blahnik ‘Capri’ Red Satin Jewel Buckle Clutch
Stuart Weitzman ‘Leigh’ Pump



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