Prince Harry and the Suits actress Meghan Markle looked so loved up while supporting the Invictus Games 2017, but with all eyes on the new royal couple, Meghan’s outfit has sparked a heated debate.
The couple’s first public appearance was highly anticipated following lots of engagement rumours, and Prince Harry and Meghan Markle did not disappoint as they put on a serious public display of affection.
However, Meghan – who is 36 years of age – has found herself in the centre of a social media debate over her ripped jeans.
Prince Harry dressed down for the occasion, wearing a pair of chinos and a black sports top featuring the Invictus Games 2017 logo.
And while nobody seemed to care what the sixth in line for the throne wore as he enjoyed the sporting event, Meghan’s style was scrutinised under the spotlight.
Meghan wore a designer white crisp shirt from Misha Nonoo called ‘The Husband’, which many believed was a nod to a future wedding.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle walk hand-in-hand as they make their first public appearance together [PA]
But it was Meghan’s ripped jeans that caused controversy among the public, with many believing she should have dressed smarter.
Commenting, one fan wrote: “I’m thinking that you shouldn’t be wearing ripped jeans while out walking in public with a Prince. @meghanmarkle.”
Agreeing, another added: “Meghan Markle’s first official appearance with Prince Harry, all eyes on her – and she wears ripped jeans?”
Luckily, many were baffled by the response, hitting back at people “shaming” Meghan over her outfit choice.
One fan wrote: “People are complaining about Meghan Markle’s ripped jeans?! Good grief – it’s 2017 – the look is called casual! Get over it!”
Another pointed out: “@meghanmarkle is an actress dating Prince Harry, not a princess and not a state function. HH seemed to approve so maybe leave it to them….”
A third commented: “I guess we’ll never focus on the things that matter. Who cares about her jeans?”
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