Meghan Markle just violated another Royal conventional rule, believed to be setting own fashion
The soon-to-be royal just proved that she's not afraid to break the rules.
As reported by People, Meghan Markle accompanied Prince Harry in Belfast Northern, Ireland recently. The 36-year-old wore a casual outfit of a sweater and skirt. She styled her brunette hair into a messy low side bun, which violated another royal conventional rule.
The Royal family comes with its own set of rules that must be followed. But Meghan is already going her own way.
It seems like the former Suits actress has been setting her own fashion rules, like the time when she was spotted not wearing nude stockings.
Meghan has a perfect low-maintenance look. Recently, she debuted subtle red highlights, according to People.
Meghan Markle Just Broke Another Royal Hair Rule Today. https://t.co/5mwkhJwzmC— Kevin Williams (@KevinKevintogo) April 3, 2018
"Meghan’s color looks natural, healthy and is low maintenance," said Rona O’Connor, a celebrity hair color expert and co-owner of Lukaro Salon. She added that Meghan’s color "is great for a woman on the go."
Meghan and Harry first met in July 2016 on a blind date set by a mutual friend. They will be tying the knot on May 19, 2018, at St George's Chapel, Windsor Castle.
Sources claimed that on her wedding day, Meghan might wear the same tiara Princess Diana wore when she tied the knot with Prince Charles in July 1981, Pop Culture reported.
Diana gave the tiara to her brother, Charles, the current Earl Spencer, after the wedding. But Prince Harry could ask his uncle for the tiara and loan it to Meghan on their big day.
Meghan is already the owner of some of Princess Diana's jewels. Her engagement ring includes two diamonds from the princess’s collection, along with a new Botswana diamond.
She has been settling into her new life with Harry in London, since their engagement on November 27, 2017.
Their engagement came two months after they made their first public appearance as a couple during the Invictus Games in Toronto, Canada.