Meghan Markle slammed for her choice of undies during Ireland visit

Ksenia Novikova
Feb 05, 2019
07:15 P.M.
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While the Duchess of Sussex has been wowing Royal observers with her fashion choices during her Ireland trip, some critics are finding fault with her underwear. 

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As can be seen in a video clip shared by Kensington Palace's official Twitter account, Meghan chose a long-sleeved grey Roland Mouret dress with a boat neckline, asymmetrical hemline and sash skirt. 

According to The Sun, she accessorized with a black Fendi handbag and matching black heels, and her hair was swept back in an elegant bun that showed off her delicate pair of diamond earrings. 

But based on what netizens have been saying on Twitter, Meghan committed a major fashion faux pas.. Read more on our Twitter @amomama_usa

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A user known only as Karen said that the dress was an unflattering color and added that Meghan wore the wrong bra for this specific cut. 'It's a fashion fail,' she concluded. 

Another netizen suggested that Meghan 'needs some support in the innerwear department while Linda M feels that 'Meghan needs a new bra' because the outline of the dress can be seen. 

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Joyous came to Meghan's defense by explaining that 'these boat neck dresses' might have a bra cups sewn in because it 'certainly seems that she's wearing a bra in this dress.' 

K Fielder also joined the discussion, saying she wished 'the media would leave Meghan Markle alone,' while Natalie Young criticized The Sun and Daily Mail for 'pitting one woman against another.'

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She added that the press needs to stop it 'because it's bullying pure and simple.' As reported by Meaww, Meghan has 'mastered the art' of diplomatic tours, and the Ireland visit proves it. 

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According to the outlet, Meghan is adjusting to Royal life beautifully, despite the recent bra blunder, and crossing her legs at the knees instead of the ankles at the RAF service.  

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