Too naughty, Meghan Markle broke royal protocol again by wearing a sexy dress


Meghan Markle and Prince Harry Meghan Markle and Prince Harry -  Last week, Meghan Markle successfully to steal the public attention for her style of clothing, that is mentioned has violated the protocol of the Royal Palace of England. 

And for information, the late of Princess Diana also ever wore that similar clothing. Princess Diana, her late mother-in-law, once wore an off-shoulder long dress that made by designer Catherine Walker. The dress was wrapped the body of Princess Diana while attending opera performances in Berlin in 1987 ago.

The style of Markle or Duchess of Sussex which successfully to stole the public attention is a dress pink by Carolina Herrera design, the price is about 3,400 pounds or IDR 63 million in Trooping the Colour 2018 event.

She wore that dress for honor of the Queen's official birthday. At that time, the Duchess of Sussex joined the royal family on the balcony of Buckingham Palace.

Wearing a bespoke dress by Carolina Herrera, the baby pink outfit, with matching hat, caught the world's attention because the Duchess looked effortlessly stunning. But, Meghan broke royal protocol with her dress choice.

Fashion tradition usually dictates that royal women do not wear off-shoulder or other more revealing styles.

The straight dress that follows the curve of Prince Harry's wife's body, comes with an off-shoulder accent that exposes her shoulders.

Instead to perform optimally, the dress has invite controversy because it is considered too sexy and violated the rules of dress in the Kingdom.

However, it seems as though the Duchess of Sussex is ready to shake up any royal fashion rules, such as the requirement to wear pantyhose. Because, before, Meghan also rocked an off-the-shoulder look on her wedding day, with her Givenchy gown.

And despite baring her shoulders at Trooping the Colour, Meghan looked graceful like her sister-in-law, Kate Middleton, who wore a pale blue dress. 






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