According to Lady C, Meghan Markle is being shunned by fashion businesses because she is no longer ‘in favor.’

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According to Lady C, Meghan Markle is being shunned by fashion businesses because she is no longer ‘in favor.’

According to Lady Colin Campbell, MEGHAN MARKLE is facing a backlash from leading fashion designers after no longer being “flavour of the month.”

Meghan Markle, 40, is one of the world’s most renowned women and is recognized for her immaculate fashion sense, but according to Lady Colin Campbell, she has “fallen out of favor” with some “top line couturiers.” The Duchess of Sussex and her 37-year-old husband, Prince Harry, stepped down as working senior members of the Royal Family in January of last year, pledging to become “financially independent,” but their decision to leave the UK divided critics.

“Meghan would have been someone who the designers wanted to work with because she’s a nice looking woman and she’s high profile,” Lady Colin said of how fashion firms choose who they want to dress in the public eye.

“She’s a slim, lovely woman.” They would have wanted to dress her when she was flavor of the month, and they did want to dress her.

In her most recent YouTube video, she added, “Not so much anymore, at least not the top of the line couturiers.”

Despite Lady Colin’s assertions, Meghan donned luxury clothes and jewelry costing roughly £67,000 during her three-day vacation to New York last month.

The Duchess of Sussex racked up a very pricey designer wardrobe estimated to retail for around £66,879 for her visit, where she primarily wore unseasonably warm ensembles in 76F New York weather. From Cartier watches to £3,200 coats and a £3288 white Valentino dress, the Duchess of Sussex racked up a very pricey designer wardrobe estimated to retail for around £66,879 for her visit.

Meghan donned a black polo, a hefty black wool Emporio Armani coat for £1,368 with matching £649 black trousers and £449 Aquazzura heels for the solemnity of her World Trade Center Memorial visit.

The somber suit costs £2,466 and appears to be the most affordable item the Duchess of Sussex wore on her tour.

Later that day, the queen changed into a £3,199 Max Mara camel coat and a tiny black dress for a meeting with Chelsea Clinton and others at the World Health Organization, while carrying a £2,499 Valextra ‘Iside’ bag.

She wore a pencil skirt from her designer pal Roland Mouret, valued at £410, with a turtle neck and protection for a business-ready look. “Brinkwire News Summary.”

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