Kensington Palace blasts claims Prince Harry ‘gave Meghan Markle’s tuxedo a thumbs-down’
Kensington Palace has dismissed claims Prince Harry has given Meghan Markle’s stylish tuxedos the “thumbs-down”, The Sun reported.
The Mail On Sunday reported that the Duchess of Sussex, 36, “needs to stop dressing like a Hollywood star”, and that royal aides are not impressed by her penchant for smart blazers and cigarette trousers.
Meghan Markle is a fan of sharp blazers and cigarette trousers
A source told the paper: “Meghan is being told she needs to stop dressing like a Hollywood star and start dressing like a Royal.
“Meghan wanted to wear a tuxedo-style suit but Harry said it wasn’t traditional enough.”
However, a Palace spokesperson has told Fabulous Online that the reports are untrue.
Meghan is believed to have consulted fashion advice from her supportive husband ahead of their October tour of Australia.
Harry is said to have been sitting in on some of Meghan’s meetings at Kensington Palace with ‘special project teams’ from various designers.
She is believed to have ordered a masculine Stella McCartney tux for a glitzy evening bash.
Princess Diana famously wore a tux and bow tie to a dog racing event at Wembley Stadium in 1988.
Meghan must follow a number of fashion rules as part of the Royal Family.
These include wearing nude tights (no matter the weather), not exposing her shoulders and only wearing pale pink nail varnish.
Earlier this week, Kensington Palace sources dismissed US reports that Meghan is “frustrated” by Royal rules.
People reported the former Suits star has found parts of life in the royal household “difficult to understand”.
A source told the website that Meghan is "often asking Harry why things have to be done in a certain way".
Princess Diana wore a tuxedo to a dog racing event at Wembley Stadium in 1988
Culled from The Sun
My view: When stories or leaks looks good for Meghan Markle, her PR don't deny them, like when a source close to her, revealed to the media that Meghan's father 'faked his heart operation' to avoid the Royal wedding because of his staged and scam paparrazi photos, Meghan and her pals didn't deny that, they loved it as it made her look like a victim and now they are denying blazer stuff. We are not babies, we know the game you're playing, as you have no freedom of speech, so keep asking your pals to deliver your message, we all hear you loud and clear, there's no smoke without fire. You look good in trousers suit though.