sparked a backlash (yes, again) for her style choices. And this time, the Duchess of Sussex proved that she doesn’t know how to read the room. Should Meghan change her title to the Duchess of Insensitivity?
Find out what tone-deaf Meghan wore that shocked and angered royal family followers. And keep reading to discover how much she spent on the outfit that sparked the backlash.
Learn to read the room. That’s the advice from royal family followers after Meghan Markle’s clothing choice went viral.
And the Duchess of Sussex British Legion red poppy pin on her very expensive designer clothes amid opening a new United States Navy fitness center in San Diego with Prince Harry, according to .
Meghan and Harry teamed up with members of the Navy SEAL Foundation on November 8 to open the new state-of-the-art Warrior Fitness Program facility. And both the Duchess and Duke of Sussex chose to wear a red poppy on their matching black outfits.
Poppies have become a November tradition in the UK for remembrance events and Armistice Day (November 11). And in November, the royal family wears poppies ahead of Remembrance Sunday. However, in the United States, poppies typically
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry Wear Poppy Pins as They Make Surprise Outing to Help Navy SEALs https://t.co/zyynmhtKwM— People (@people) November 9, 2023
But angry royal family followers felt that Meghan used her poppy to steal the spotlight. For instance, one critic wrote on social media,
And another wrote,
Meanwhile, reports that the Duchess of Sussex spent nearly $5,000 on her outfit. And the Suits alum wore a Giorgio Armani suit to open the new veterans’ training facility.
Markle donned a silk button-front blazer, which costs $3,095. And she matched it with palazzo trousers, for which she paid $1,695.
But the Duchess of Sussex then wore a Royal British Legion poppy to complete her outfit. And angry commentators flooded message boards with their wrath.
For instance, one wrote,
And another shared,
Tell us what you think. How do you feel about Meghan Markle wearing a poppy? And after you share your views,