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Meghan Markle Suffers Wardrobe Malfunction In Birmingham That No One Noticed

International Business Times

Meghan Markle suffered a wardrobe malfunction during her recent visit to Birmingham and not a lot of people noticed it until a day later. A photo of the former "Suits" star walking beside her fiancé, Prince Harry, was released online by the Express. The snap shows that Markle's navy and cream J. Crew coat had a huge white X stitch on the lower left. Not a lot of people noticed the stitch because it was positioned on Markle's back. And most critics focused on her "questionable" color combination.

Meghan Markle Gets Red-Tinted Highlights Ahead Of Royal Wedding With Prince Harry

International Business Times

Meghan Markle dyed her hair red ahead of her royal wedding with Prince Harry. When the "Suits" star stepped out with her groom-to-be to visit Birmingham, many noticed her red highlights, Marie Claire reported. The publication noted that Markle would not be able to make her own decisions when she officially becomes a royal. Thus, she changed up her black locks prior to her big day. "It allows the hair to reflect dimension, especially on dark brunettes that can tend to look flat," Rona O'Connor, a celebrity hair color expert and co-owner of Lukaro Salon, told People about Markle's highlights.

Meghan Markle Coordinates Her Clothes With Queen Elizabeth II For This Reason

International Business Times

Meghan Markle has been attending public engagements in similar clothing with Queen Elizabeth II, and there's a reason why. Lizzi Zita, a fashion commentator, recently talked about the Duchess of Sussex's choices in clothing and said that it changed in recent weeks. She specifically talked about the neutral Givenchy dress that Markle wore when she went to Cheshire with the Queen last week. "There has been a shift in the dress for Meghan, who is classic but a little edgy in her taste. For this particular occasion, their first official joint engagement in Cheshire, Meghan is the perfect princess in a more demure classic style.