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Meghan Markle’s Forgotten Dress Tag


Much criticism has been pointed to the dress tag forgotten by the Duchess of Sussex herself when she was seen stepping out ofan airplane in the Pacific Island of Nation of Tongo.

Sparkling in a red dress, Meghan Markle stepped off the airplane with h

is royal majesty Prince Harry at Fua’amotu Airport on today 25 October, 2018.


The errant label, which was captured sticking out from under the hem, has since been posted and re-posted front and back, with members of the so-called fashion police club calling her mistake as “blunder”.

The question in everyone’s mind is ‘didn’t her stylist or any member the royal family notice the mistake’?

Someone who understands the effort and energy needed to take up royal duties will take her forgetfulness as one of the attributes of performing royal duties. This has made her fans to love her more and see her as endearing.


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