Meghan Markle and the queen chesire

Meghan Markle wore a Givenchy dress with an extravagant cape overlay for her first joint engagement with the queen.
The dress covered every inch of her shoulders.
People think she deliberately covered her shoulders in response to previous criticism for her Trooping the Colour dress.

Meghan Markle is already making a name for herself as a style icon, but even the most fashionable royal family members have their critics.

Some people thought the dress the Duchess of Sussex wore during Saturday’s Trooping the Colour broke royal protocol with its off-the-shoulder design. And now they think her latest outfit might be a response to the shoulder shaming.

Markle embarked on her first joint engagement with the queen on Thursday wearing a cream dress by Givenchy. It’s hard not to notice the cape overlay that extravagantly covers every inch of her shoulders, which some people think it’s a pointed reference to those who wanted her to keep covered up.

I can’t help but think Meghan Markle is trolling those who criticised her for not covering her shoulders (*gasp!*) at her last outing by being extremely extra in the shoulder region for today’s event. 👌👏 pic.twitter.com/7ofpnz5qra

— Nicola Brennan (@nnibhraonain) June 14, 2018

This is funny to me because people just gave Meghan Markle a hard time for showing her shoulders. Covered and she still looks 🔥🔥🔥 pic.twitter.com/nt20PzeuOz

— Stephanie (@mollyjustmight) June 14, 2018

Remember that time people complained about Meghan Markle wearing a dress that revealed her shoulders? 😂 https://t.co/BsXEk89VSY

— Ashley (@lachnessmomster) June 14, 2018

Loving Meghan’s “are-these-shoulders-covered-enough-for-you, knob heads?” look. #RoyalVisitCheshire

— Tony Peters (@tonypetersss) June 14, 2018

Meghan’s like, I’LL SHOW YOU COVERED …read more

Source:: Business Insider

      

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