The Duchess of Sussex may be new to royal life, but it appears she’s becoming well accustomed to the art of diplomatic dressing.
Her must-talked about wardrobe has spoken a thousand words, whether she’s showcasing female designers, wearing sustainable brands or paying homage to her new home country in British labels.
Most recently, the 36-year-old attended Wimbledon alongside her sister-in-law, the Duchess of Cambridge, to watch the Ladies Singles Final on Saturday.
For the occasion, the Duchess of Sussex opted for a blue-and-white striped, boxy shirt by Ralph Lauren which she wore unbuttoned and relaxed.
She paired the shirt with chic white Ralph Lauren trousers.
While many raved about her fashion-forward take on off-duty dressing (and her £69 shirt, which sold out instantly only), many failed to notice her diplomatic nod to the tournament.
“Meghan was wearing a striped shirt and bottoms which might have bee a nod to the Wimbledon staff, that’s what the umpires wear,” royal expert Victoria Howard tells Yahoo UK on episode four of ‘The Royal Box’.
“This was a nice little touch, the kind of diplomatic dressing you expect from a royal.”
Recently, the uniform of the sports officials has been changed from blazers and skirts for women to a more relaxed striped blue-and-white shirt with cream trousers.
The umpire outfits are also designed by Ralph Lauren which is perhaps a further indication of Meghan’s tribute.
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