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- Advisers told Meghan Markle to follow Kate Middleton’s “lead” with her clothing, according to Katie Nicholl’s The New Royals.
- The author described “attention” on Meghan Markle’s “designer wardrobe”As a “distraction.”
- Meghan Markle doesn’t have a stylist and found the “‘stylist’ narrative”To be “personally frustrating.”
Dress like Kate Middleton. That’s what advisers told Meghan Markle, a new book says. Katie Nicholl, who writes in, explains why. The New RoyalsHer designer wardrobe was a hit. “distraction.”
Meghan Markle told to follow Kate Middleton’s “lead”According to book, her 2018 wardrobe
Much like her sister-in-law, from the moment the Duchess of Sussex’s royal life began, the “Meghan Effect”The trend took off. People wanted to know her style.
However, according to Nicholl, Meghan’s wardrobe, and her designer items especially, became an issue following a 2018 Ireland tour.
“The attention on Meghan’s designer wardrobe was a distraction,”She wrote in The New Royalsvia Newsweek.
Meghan wore designs by Roland Mouret and Emilia Wickstead on that particular tour. One headline was, “Meghan Markle’s dreamy Jimmy Choos and Mackage coat stole the show in Northern Ireland.”Another recapped her “chic black suit” (Givenchy) look.
Meanwhile, “Back at the palace,”Nicholl wrote, Meghan is “advised to take a lead out of Kate’s book.”In particular, “mix High Street with designer labels,”This is something that the 40-year old is well-known for. Meghan was also told to “recycle her wardrobe like the queen.”
Meghan Markle’s outfits ‘aimed to steal as little attention as possible’During a 2019 Royal Tour of South Africa
Whether Meghan followed the advice of Kate to dress more like Kate, Meghan’s wardrobe on a 2019 South Africa tour was devoid of designer pieces.
“From $32 earrings to sensible trench dresses, it was a relatively affordable working wardrobe that aimed to steal as little attention as possible,”Nicholl wrote in Vanity FairAt the time.
Additionally, New RoyalsAuthor spoke to a “royal source” about Meghan’s “far from extravagant”wardrobe, who noted that it made Queen Elizabeth II happy.
“I expect the queen will be pleased to see that Meghan has been taking a leaf out of her book, wearing outfits more than once and taking the advice of trusted aides like Sam,” they told Nicholl, referring to Meghan’s then-private secretary Samantha Cohen.
Meghan Markes does her own ‘personal styling’
According to emails and texts, the now 41-year old Duchess has her own style.
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“You know how personally frustrating I find the ‘stylist’ narrative (as it’s the only thing I seem to still have any control over — my personal styling),”Meghan wrote to Jason Knauf her former communications secretary in response to a story that claimed Jessica Mulroney styled her clothes.
Meghan went on to say a person’s claims “saying [redacted] styled me” were “patently untrue.” which is patently untrue…”
Even though Meghan has been out of royal life for more than two years, it is still a source to much fascination. Meghan continues to wear designer clothing, as demonstrated by a trip in New York, a keynote speech and other appearances.
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