Meghan Markle leaves 'return label' dangling from her striking red dress in major fashion slip-up
Meghan Markle wore a bright red floral dress from Self Portrait on her visit to Tonga and she accessorized it with a Christian Dior clutch and Manolo Blahnik BB pumps
The Duchess of Sussex may need to start carefully checking her wardrobe before going out as she recently committed a minor fashion faux-pas as she touched down in Tonga for her royal tour with the Duke of Sussex Prince Harry. Pregnant Meghan Markle wore a striking red dress but, unfortunately for her, she forgot to remove the 'return tag' which was seen hanging from her dress.
Meghan's label was very well visible as she walked along a red carpet to the sounds of local singers wearing grass skirts at Fua'amotu Airport in Nuku'alofa, Tonga's capital. The bright red floral dress from Self Portrait, which seemed to mirror the color of the Tongan flag, also saw the Duchess accessorizing it with a Christian Dior clutch and Manolo Blahnik BB pumps.
The tag, which at first was not so visible to everyone around the couple, stayed on for a good five minutes before it was noticed and removed. All this time, Meghan was being introduced to a party at the airport following their 90-minute flight from Fiji.
Despite letting the tag dangle from the dress, which reportedly read "returns will only be accepted if this tag remains attached". Meghan looked radiant in her dress, and she was seen holding hands with her husband Prince Harry the entire time.
The royal couple was welcomed to the country by Her Royal Highness Princess Angelika Latufuipeka, the only daughter and eldest child of King Tupou VI and Queen Nanasipau'u Tuku'ah. Queen Nanasipau'u Tuku'ah is Tonga's High Commissioner to Australia.
However, this is not the first fashion faux-pas that the Duchess has committed ever since becoming a member of the royal household. Meghan Markle looked elegant in a grey Roland Mouret dress which she picked for the second day of her royal visit to Dublin. But her fans couldn't help but notice that something was not right. The Duchess of Sussex, unfortunately, made a faux pas as her undergarments did not match up to the dress.
In another instance, the Duchess arrived with husband Prince Harry to attend the wedding of Charlie van Straubenzee and Daisy Jenks in Frensham, southwest of London wearing a black Club Monaco dress. While she looked radiant with her green and pink pleated skirt, the Duchess suffered a wardrobe malfunction as her top became unbuttoned giving people a glimpse of the lacy bra she was wearing underneath it.
As for her recent trip to Fiji, it was reported that Meghan was seen rushing out of the sweltering Fiji market due to a security scare and also 'crowd control' problems. Moments earlier, Meghan was seen whispering to her security before being ushered out by her bodyguards from the hot and sweaty marketplace in Suva, the Fiji capital.