“If You Are Actually a Parent, You Would Have Known Dresscode,” Meghan Markle Was Ashamed by Fans for Her Dress Choice

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Recently Meghan Markle and Prince Harry visited Nigeria as part of Invictus Games Anniversary celebrations. Eventually, Meghan has come under criticism for her attire during a recent visit to an African nation. Throughout her stay, she wore dresses considered “revealing” by many, which were seen as inappropriate. Her comment referring to Nigeria as “my country” also sparked additional controversy.

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Accompanied by Prince Harry, the Duchess of Sussex’s three-day stay in Nigeria was marked by frequent wardrobe changes. Her fashion choices, which included a variety of high-end brands like Carolina Herrera, Altuzarra, and Johanna Ortiz, did not sit well with many observers. The total expenditure on her touch-ups, including jewelry and new clothes, reportedly neared a staggering £120,000 ($153,104).

Meghan also received heat for referring to Nigeria as her country, revealing she is 43% Nigerian. The Duchess’s lavish spending on attire and accessories additionally drew criticism for being in stark contrast with Nigeria’s poverty situation, with over 112 million people living in poverty.

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Indeed, royal family fans have often a lot to say about Maghan’s looks. In this latest tour people shared controversial comments on Meghan’s dresses choice. “I thought she hired a stylist? Inappropriate dress where the culture is modesty and especially to meet school children,” said one person.

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“Such a revealing dress for a school visit.... very mature and parent like Megan! Thought you would have learned some conservative dress code in front of children. If you are actually a parent, you would have known that,” added another one.

Not only about these two dresses, people call Meghan Markle’s outfit choice “disrespectful”. Her other dress options were also deemed.

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